McCoy might find supporters willing to sink money into a court fight, and he ultimately might prevail. But at what cost to him, his backers and the city? And to what end?
We think a lot about the best way to present news each day in The Gazette, and much of that has to do with where we publish it.
When Republicans are quick to tout how Walker erased a $3.6 billion deficit he faced when he took office, the new fiscal report isn't good news for Republicans.
Domestic abuse plagues Rock County daily. In Janesville alone, domestic homicides in January and December served as tragic bookends to 2012.
People and businesses considering Janesville look at the crime rate. Troubles in one or two neighborhoods, however, can reflect poorly on the entire city.
In a few years, JPAC’s position as Janesville’s cultural catalyst might be even stronger. Forward Janesville plans to build an amphitheater along the river.
Thumbs Up to Milton’s hiring of Alan Hulick; reflecting on the passenger pigeon; and teamwork to stop drunken drivers; Thumbs Down to Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
United Way offers a safety net should you or a loved one need it. Each person, Fanning-Penny notes, is one second away from potential devastation.
No one should blame the Milton City Council for voting Tuesday not to invest limited staff time and resources into examining Watson's latest idea.
The tavern owners would lease or buy the building from Denise Carpenter, who gave up her license last year after a decade of problems at Quotes.