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The new, bigger and quite impressive Anchor Inn replaced the former building destroyed by fire in Aug. 2014, has been open since late last summer. While the building looks markedly different, the food, service and value remain the same, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Joan Neeno.
Ron Mallon has been on a waiting list 22 years to get his Milton Avenue Culver's restaurant featured on a blue state sign along the spur of Interstate 90-39 that cuts through Janesville's east side.
Rep. Tyler August, R-Lake Geneva, has competition for his Assembly District 32 seat. Christine Welcher of East Troy is running as a Democrat.
The weekly Janesville Farmers Market returns Saturday, May 7, running from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays through Oct. 29, on North Main Street in Janesville.
The owner of a gas station on East Milwaukee Street says he's building a kitchen addition at his station to bring fast-food chicken with some crunch—krunch, actually—to the east side.
Bliss Communications announced Monday it will shutter print and packaging operations that subsidiary CSI Media operates in Delavan.
Janesville women are among more than 1,000 volunteers at the Janesville Salvation Army yet more people are needed to lend their helping hands through volunteer opportunities.
Janesville-based Woodman's Markets and Whitewater-based S&R Egg Farms say they've formed a partnership to produce and sell only cage-free eggs by 2025.
Decades ago, Janesville's downtown attracted hundreds of young people for cruising. The tradition was outlawed in the 1990s, but a group of baby boomers wants to go for another ride.
The Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission will lead a workshop Tuesday to talk about the agency's draft plan for the future of the southeastern counties.
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