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Evansville inventors get wacky
Evansville inventors get wacky
It was a local inventors contest waged with seemingly flimsy materials, with gadgets designed by workday-weary minds that had mere, haphazard minutes to pull it all together—mostly with duct tape.
Restaurant review: Barkley's menu proves no dog
Restaurant review: Barkley's menu proves no dog
The Four Dishes found some good bar food and a pet-friendly atmosphere during a recent visit to Barkley's Burgers, Brews & Dawgs, 2710 W. Court St., Janesville.
Relocation of Janesville homeless shelter's resource center boosts professionalism, efficiency
Relocation of Janesville homeless shelter's resource center boosts professionalism, efficiency
When GIFTS Men's Shelter's resource center moved to its new North Washington Street location, professionalism and efficiency improved, a shelter spokeswoman said.
Pocan to host talk about Affordable Care Act
Rep. Mark Pocan will host a discussion on the Affordable Care Act and pending changes to the law Saturday at Blackhawk Technical College in Janesville.
Edgerton council denies most of Harry Potter Festival's requests
The Edgerton City Council denied most of a 27-item request from Harry Potter Festival organizers, a move that might force the event to move its magic elsewhere.
UPDATE: Interstate traffic moving again after vehicle fire
A vehicle fire on Interstate 90/39 Tuesday evening temporarily blocked all southbound lanes between County M and Newville Road, according to a news release.
New ride-share lot in Newville aims to reduce Interstate traffic
In an effort to make the Interstate 90/39 commute a little smoother, the state Department of Transportation installed a park-and-ride lot in Newville that opened last month.
Partnership helps special education students learn job skills
Partnership helps special education students learn job skills
A new partnership between Parker High School and the YMCA of Northern Rock County helps special education students gain real-life work experience.
Restaurant review: Madison's Red is a top-flight source for sushi
Restaurant review: Madison's Red is a top-flight source for sushi
The popular Red sushi restaurant that operated for five years on King Street closed for a day in August and then re-opened in its upscale new digs in the AT&T building on West Washington Avenue.
Salvation Army red kettle campaign running $75,000 short of $390,000 goal
The Janesville Salvation Army red kettle Christmas campaign is $75,000 short of its $390,000 goal but there is still time to donate.