Less crime is crucial as Janesville rebuilds its economy after the General Motors plant closed in 2008.
Thumbs Down to Parker's graduation outdoors; Thumbs Up to Alita and Michael Dorn, Rock County's Ice Age Trail chapter, new HealthNet services.
Frustrated Janesville School District residents are right to wonder what took so long.
Do UW regents—now controlled by Gov. Scott Walker appointees—care about the people they serve? Obviously not.
Critics will cast Diane Hendricks as a prime example of a “1 percenter” who doesn't pay her fair share in taxes. Those accusations overlook facts.
Thumbs Up to use of naloxone and Cops and Bobbers event; Thumbs Down to online puppy scams and excess use of solitary confinement.
The playground is showing its age, but that will be corrected this year thanks to the CAMDEN Foundation, generous donors and an army of volunteers.
The city is striking a reasonable balance between drawing outside revenue that offsets operational costs and gobbling space too fast.
No doubt, an impressive string of economic developments announced in 2015 helps the housing market.
Instead of depending on the whims of the auto industry for health and vitality, Janesville is becoming a more economically diverse and resilient city.