Now that Memorial Day has passed, vacation season kicks into full gear. Do you have plans? Do they include a national park?
Have you ever been enticed to order something after stumbling onto some TV infomercial? I just did. But so far, I'm glad I did.
Greg Peck doesn't include Ohio in the Midwest. Same goes for North and South Dakota.
Eric and John make NBA Finals picks, dish out more Brewers abuse and review a messy start to the WIAA high school postseason.
With the final episodes of David Letterman's career in mind, the guys offer their own lists of storylines to watch in the WIAA's spring postseason.
This week on Xtra Points, Eric and John talk Tom Brady's punishment, renewed Brewers hopes and the importance (or unimportance) of high school rankings.
A famed local musician, a fight for an ash tree and a look back on a botched raid are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Tom Brady's punishment, 10 cheap vacation ideas and the story of a local veteran are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
A unique pizza place, Janesville POWs and a local therapy program are among the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Dave reviews Juan Pablo Montoya's second Indianapolis 500 win, Carl Edwards winning at Charlotte, Nico Rosberg winning his third-straight in Monaco as well as local race results.
There are 33 drivers that will take the green flag in Sunday's 99th running of the Indianapolis 500, but only one can win. Dave profiles the entire field and gives you his prediction on the winner.
A bit late, but Dave recaps last weekend's racing action both nationally and locally and looks forward to a big weekend of racing action.
“RoomScan” draws floor plans all by itself, just by touching your walls with your iPhone. Just don't expect the app to replace your tape measure.
DIYer Nick Crow expected his kitchen faucet replacement project to be a disaster. But things turned out to be much easier than expected.
DIYer Andrew Reuter saves an old fluorescent light from the scrap heap by replacing its power cord.
Not many people were fans of Raiden, the protagonist players controlled throughout the majority of "Metal Gear Solid 2." Columnist Jake Magee believes the character is misunderstood and deserves some recognition.
Which competitive first-person shooter is right for your play style? Columnist Jake Magee breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of three huge franchises.
"Grand Theft Auto V" is such a great game that columnist Jake Magee bought it twice. Here's why.
Deep frying vegetables is a quick and easy meal. Add a local twist to it by getting outside and searching for your own asparagus, food columnist Andrea Anderson writes.
This vegan zucchini bread includes raisins and chocolate chips. Both kids and adults will enjoy this recipe, food columnist Andrea Anderson writes.
In her first food column for GazetteXtra, reporter Andrea Anderson offers a vegan chili recipe that's packed with flavor and easy to make.
The Discovering Democracy research fair offers a special opportunity for the Milton community to learn more about significant public policy issues, community columnist John W. Eyster writes.
Community columnist John W. Eyster reflects on the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination.
Goslings go blindly wherever their parents lead them ... even to dangerous places.
Bugs are bad around some Wisconsin's rivers and lakes, but they are coaxing big fish to make spectacular jumps into the air.
Purple Martins are returning to Wisconsin after wintering in South America.
Writer James Martin thought he was talking to his fifth-grade daughter about Native Americans. But he was wrong, he soon learned.
One of Janice Peterson's favorite tasks this time of year is edging her flower and shrub beds. This activity makes your yard look nice—and can make you feel nice, too.
Do you start your own seeds? Do you like saving cash on plants? Did you grow Impatiens last year? If you answered "Yes" to any of those questions, then this column is for you.
Hydrangeas are worth growing, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes. Jjust make sure you remember what variety you have so you'll know how to care for it.
Here are five steps to take when preparing for your baby birds.
Looking for a place to buy and sell chickens, turkeys and waterfowl? A traditional swap meet is your best bet, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes. Lucky for readers, a great local meet is right around the corner.
You don't have to spend a lot of money to build new digs for baby chicks, poultry blogger Dale Wheelock writes. A cardboard box will do just fine.