Police Chief Dave Moore doesn't buy that recent crimes are part of a trend and lists his department's initiatives to curb violent crime.
Educators see children who gobble every morsel of lunch because it might be their last meal of the day.
Here’s your chance to explore Janesville’s downtown, learn about renovations and discover places you never before explored.
Given that heroin has become a Wisconsin epidemic, the recent prescription roundup day and new round-the-clock drop-off sites are critical.
Janesville City Council members will have their hands on the wheel. Any missteps could cause the council to slam the brakes on future such events.
Thumbs Up to Megs Emanuel, Sarah Williams of Edgerton Community Outreach and a new Hedberg bookmobile; Thumbs Down to furnishing alcohol to minors.
Tax credits for historic renovations and plans to turn downtown Janesville into one large tax incremental financing district deserve support.
It's noteworthy that Janesville's rate rose 3.4 percent last year as Wisconsin's slipped 0.2 percent to 88.4 percent.
Whatever path residents choose, they can rest assured the district is on solid financial footing. In fact, that’s part of the problem.
Given that many people appreciate “buying locally,” we’d encourage residents in Rock and Walworth counties to check out each other’s attractions.