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A proposed tavern and restaurant on Janesville's east side is drawing opposition by residential neighbors who say they don't want the traffic and noise a bar could bring.
Because private insurance policies don't cover floods, many who suffered damages from the recent flooding in Walworth County could be left to fend for themselves, unless federal aid is made available.
Traffic lights and some businesses along the Milton Avenue commercial district lost power Friday morning, as did many hundreds of customers.
The Gazette's restaurant review team, The Four Dishes, were thoroughly impressed by the Italian fare and delicious desserts offered at this Evansville eatery.
A group that opposes a proposed rail line through Rock County has petitioned the federal body overseeing the application process to reject Great Lakes Basin's application.
The revamped Milton Public Library is approaching its fundraising goal for recent renovations thanks to a $25,000 donation from J.P. Cullen.
While farming is a male-dominated industry, Evansville resident Marie Messinger knows there are plenty of local women taking on more agricultural responsibility.
Rep. Paul Ryan met at Seneca Foods in Janesville on Friday, on a topic with implications for a key upcoming decision by President Donald Trump's administration.
The Ohio Tavern was purchased last year by Kristi Genna and Jack Williams, the folks who own and operate Genna's Cocktail Bar, at 105 W. Main St., Madison. The couple have transformed the iconic Ohio into a popular taco lounge.
Janesville's biggest foam fanatic talks about hating coconut, the story behind his middle name, and shares what he likes to drink when he isn't drinking Gray's beer.
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