Not everyone will like the changes at the city of Janesville's demolition and compost landfill sites. But I'm OK with them.
Today isn't just Earth Day. It also marks Tax Freedom Day in Wisconsin. Here's what that means to you.
It's hard to remember an Easter weekend as nice as this one. I hope you and your family got a chance to get outside and enjoy it.
Word Badger has a new favorite acronym.
The UW-Whitewater women's basketball team returns to the Final Four on Friday night for the second year in a row.
What's better than one Final Four? How about two?The UW-Whitewater men's and women's basketball programs are both heading to the NCAA Division III Final Four this weekend, an impressive feat to be sure.
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?
The start of rummage season, former Bucks owner Jim Fitzgerald and digital photography's local impact are the topics of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
The rebounding construction industry, bullet holes discovered in a local cross and the first Chinese student to go to class in the Janesville school district make up the subjects of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
A long winter for water workers, a spike in vegetable prices and the scene at a local tavern during the Badgers' loss make up the subjects of some of The Gazette's best content from the last week or so.
Is nine months of paid vacation too much for state legislators? Blogger John W. Eyster thinks so.
Have YOU noted the embarrassing reports projecting VOTER TURNOUT for our WI SPRING ELECTION DAY tomorrow (April 1, 2014)? Believe it or not – the projection is 12%!
A modified version of bill that could help cancer patients is likely to pass the Senate during its last floor session this year, blogger John W. Eyster writes. But beware: That day is April 1.
Evidence suggests that New Life Assembly of God's 60-foot cross in Janesville was shot at sometime over the winter, police report. The news is head-shaking, Gazette blogger Steve Knox writes.
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?
Janesville's Van Galder Bus Company will be taking area tourists to Zion National Park this fall. Video blogger Glen Loyd offers them a preview of what to expect.
Every year the Badger Rock Club holds a show in Monroe. The club's official name is Badger Lipidary and Geological Society. It's dedicated to earth science study for children, adults and families.
As pelicans return to the Rock River, Glen Loyd revisits a video he produced about the birds in 2012.
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Easter has always been community blogger James Martin's favorite holiday. But the celebration, and the time leading up to it, took on greater significance after he was diagnosed with ALS.
Crop rotation is an important practice, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes. But a new, devastating plant disease affecting impatiens this year makes it even more so.
It's great to get children interested in gardening at a young age, blogger Janice Peterson writes. As planting season is almost upon us, here are a few of her favorite fun plants to grow with youngsters.
Gazette blogger Janice Peterson offers five landscaping tips that should help even the greenest gardener.