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Burglar smashes Stop-N-Go door, steals items from inside
Janesville police are investigating a burglary that happened shortly before midnight Monday at Stop-N-Go, 1804 E. Milwaukee St.
Three masked men rob Baymont Inn in Janesville early Tuesday morning
Janesville police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred shortly after midnight Tuesday morning when three armed, masked people held up the clerk at Baymont Inn.
Residents voice concerns over condition, safety of West Avalon Road
Residents voice concerns over condition, safety of West Avalon Road
Greg Addie received about 50 survey responses, many of them detailing specific safety hazards and poor road conditions on West Avalon Road.
Milton to interview seven applicants for city administrator position
Members of Milton's city management will interview seven applicants this week for the soon-to-be vacant city administrator position.
Downtown Janesville business owners face summer of construction
Downtown Janesville business owners face summer of construction
Downtown Janesville business owners and the city continue to discuss a 2015 Main Street construction project.
Family still at the forefront for Jane Blain Gilbertson, new leader of Farm & Fleet
Family still at the forefront for Jane Blain Gilbertson, new leader of Farm & Fleet
Jane Blain Gilbertson recently became president, chief executive officer and sole owner of the Janesville-based companies that together employ more than 4,000 people.
Extreme heat to blame for death of two pigs on way to Rock County 4-H Fair
Extreme heat is to blame for the death of two pigs being transported to the Rock County 4-H Fair on Monday, swine department Superintendent Mark Gunn said.Monday's high temperature was 88 degrees.
Walker rallies local supporters for fight ahead
Walker rallies local supporters for fight ahead
At an appearance in downtown Janesville Gov. Scott Walker rallied local backers, acknowledging a race for re-election against Democrat Mary Burke could be a dead heat.
Milton Public Library moves forward with demolition of second floor
The library board of trustees Wednesday night is likely to finalize its request to Milton City Council to spend $155,000 for second-floor demolition, making room for “shared public space."
Former Rock County Appliance building could become banquet hall
Former Rock County Appliance building could become banquet hall
If a developer's plan moves forward, a former appliance store downtown could become an event hall.