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Charred Anchor Inn building torn down, owners look at rebuilding options
Charred Anchor Inn building torn down, owners look at rebuilding options
Owners John and Dawn Kinnett said a final goodbye to the charred Anchor Inn building as it was torn down Tuesday.
Rhythm on the Rock has solid showing
Rhythm on the Rock has solid showing
The Downtown Development Alliance hosted the first festival under a new ordinance that exempts organizers from using fences to block off area events that serve alcohol.
Walworth County Fair brings millions to local economy
Walworth County Fair brings millions to local economy
The Walworth County Fair brings millions of dollars to the county and helps keep Elkhorn business busy and afloat.
Janesville standoff was a hoax, police officials say
Janesville standoff was a hoax, police officials say
Police officials say a reported shooting and standoff on East Racine Street in Janesville on Sunday was likely a hoax.
Hats Off: Local greenhouse creates beauty on highway island
Hats Off: Local greenhouse creates beauty on highway island
A local greenhouse is one of a few private businesses that have beautified normally drab spots of the city by planting flowers in a median on Highway 14.
Charter Internet down Saturday
Charter Communications has been having Internet issues since late afternoon Saturday.
Group seeks to save former Janesville gas station
Janesville city staff is pressing the city council to pull the trigger on demolition of a city-owned, former gas station, but a group of residents is scrambling to save the building.
Brodhead road construction closes 17th Street/County GG
A road project in Brodhead that started Monday will close 17th Street/County GG from 1st Center Avenue to Ten Eyck Road to through traffic until late October, according to a news release.
Blackhawk Technical College looks ahead after referendum defeat
Rough waters at Blackhawk Technical College were muddied last week when a $4 million operational referendum for the college failed by a wide margin.
Kim Moistner-Bartlett is cruising for a cause in her new mobile shaved ice truck
Kona Ice schedules fundraisers at no cost and gives 20 percent of its profits to the organization it partners with.