A fast look at some of the events going on in our area this week.
EAST TROY--Andy Gehl is a fourth-generation Wisconsin food manufacturer whose great-grandfather started Gehl Guernsey Farms in 1896. Initially, however, Gehl was intrigued by the manufacturing side of the business -- getting degrees in computer...
One more vote remains before City Hall can turn Janesville's downtown into a tax increment financing district.
A seller of antiques, home goods and collectibles has relocated from downtown Edgerton to new digs on Janesville's west side.
One of the oldest and most iconic buildings along the riverfront in downtown Janesville--the red brick Lappin-Hayes Block building at the corner of Milwaukee and Main Streets--is up for sale for the first time in 33 years.
The Janesville School Board will consider Tuesday approving an additional bus route for students who could be affected by upcoming boundary line changes.
Area health providers continue to work to adjust and create practices to reduce the amount of opioid abuse and deaths.
The Janesville City Council will be asked Monday to consider a TIF deal to help a local company expand.
The Janesville Metropolitan Planning Organization became the first local government agency to acknowledge that a proposed railroad might have some benefits to the regional economy.
Here is the Interstate-90/39 construction update provided by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for May 23-27.