This Sunday, we “spring forward.” But it's not just your clocks you should be thinking about.
On Friday, guide Dave Duwe will give a talk on “Fishing the Lakes of Walworth County” at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sports Show. To get you thinking spring and dreaming of riding around in a fishing boat, here's a Q&A with Duwe.
If you're like me, you've been fascinated by the trove of Gold Rush-era coins that a couple in California stumbled across on their property.
Cellphone apps and sexting are new terms with which we grapple.
Word Badger takes a look at one of those words that is so over-used that it has lost its meaning.
Word Badger gets in the Wisconsin Christmas mood.
With the MLB season right around the corner, how will you treat Braun, and any gear of his you might own, as he returns from his suspension?
Results on Friday and Saturday made my regional bracket predictions look ugly.
Is it possible to predict how each area boys basketball team will be seeded in the WIAA tournament after this weekend's seed meetings? Probably not, but I'll try anyway.
A Janesville art studio, the probable end of AirFest and a snowy owl invasion make up the subjects of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Local crime statistics, the role of gravel in an industrial park plan and a 1950s all-terrain vehicle are the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
A new home for homeless girls, residential chicken farming and a local grad's hyper-realistic sculpture make up the subjects of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
I was very happy to learn that Sen. Luther Olsen is leading a campaign in our WI State Legislature to repeal the WI 180-day school law with hope of PASSAGE in this session of the legislature and the signature of Governor Walker to make it WI STATE LAW!
Community blogger John W. Eyster was surprised to learn that neither Abraham Lincoln's nor George Washington's birthdays are state holidays.
Gazette community blogger John W. Eyster uses the occasion of Abraham Lincoln's birthday to consider the laws behind state and federal observance days.
The line between news and opinion isn't always clear on social media community pages, community blogger Steve Knox writes.
Community blogger Steve Knox is sick of seeing parents break the rules during drop-off and pick-up times at school. Are these parents teaching their children to be entitled?
Before the eagles began showing up this winter outside Glen Loyd's studio on the Rock River, a red-tailed hawk was a frequent visitor. He came back this week.
With Hollywood's version of "Pompeii" receiving disastrous reviews, community blogger Glen Loyd offers his own take.
Video blogger Glen Loyd gives viewers a look at juvenile bald eagles practicing courting rituals over the Rock River.
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In this age of cellphones and adolescent persistence, community blogger James Martin recalls a time when bathrooms were sacrosanct.
After skipping Christmas shopping for the last two years, community blogger James Martin dove back in this season. He wasn't missing much, turns out.
What do you get when you combine a tomato with a potato? It sounds like the start of a joke, but such a plant is a reality in the horticulture world.
Gazette blogger Janice Peterson's mom was finding it harder to garden as she got older. The solution: A raised bed and a new practice called horticultural therapy.
Garden blogger Janice Peterson offers a preview of a melon-themed exhibit coming this summer to Rotary Botanical Gardens in Janesville.