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Former Janesville Gander Mountain could reopen as Gander Outdoors
It appears the former Gander Mountain store in Janesville could re-open in 2018 under new corporate ownership and a new name: Gander Outdoors.
Janesville Mall on the market
Janesville Mall on the market
The Janesville Mall is on the market, and there are signs that sale of the 600,000-square-foot shopping mall could be pending.
Lawsuit: Janesville staffing agency skipped background checks
A Janesville company is suing a local employment agency for providing it workers with criminal records after the agency failed to conduct background checks on the workers.
Restaurant review: Stagecoach Inn livens up as sun goes down
Restaurant review: Stagecoach Inn livens up as sun goes down
There is a kind of nostalgic aura to the Stagecoach Inn. A traditional-style supper club that has been open for more than half a century, it is unassuming from the outside and warm and affable on the inside.
General Motors site buyer has handled other GM properties
General Motors site buyer has handled other GM properties
As Commercial Development Company eyes buying the former Janesville General Motors site, The Gazette reviews some of the redevelopment company's past projects.
Traveling the rose highway with an Evansville flower deliveryman
Traveling the rose highway with an Evansville flower deliveryman
The Gazette tags along with Nate Porter, 25, rose deliveryman extraordinaire, as he learns the ropes to take over his family's Evansville flower wholesale business.
Tech companies get foothold in downtown Janesville
Tech companies get foothold in downtown Janesville
Some tech firms say their foothold is strengthening in downtown Janesville, even if relatively few people are aware of the rise in high-tech jobs in the city's core.
Delavan-Darien High receives financial-education award
Delavan-Darien High School has received an award for its efforts to teach financial literacy.
Rock County joins lawsuit against drug companies
Rock County has joined a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court. The lawsuit claims certain drug companies conspired to mislead medical authorities, resulting in the opioid addiction epidemic.
Harvest gives Templeton family fulfillment during busiest time of year
Harvest gives Templeton family fulfillment during busiest time of year
The 2017 harvest, seen through the eyes of the Templeton family of rural Evansville. It's the busiest time of the year, but it's also one of the most rewarding.