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Longtime president of J.P. Cullen & Sons dies at 91
J.P. Cullen, the former president of the famed Janesville construction company, died Sunday.
Commuting GM workers coming home for good
Commuting GM workers coming home for good
General Motors employees who transferred to far-flung GM plants but kept living in the Janesville area are retiring.
Janesville Salvation Army program provides self-sufficiency, hope for participants
Janesville Salvation Army program provides self-sufficiency, hope for participants
Participants in the Salvation Army's Pathway of Hope program experience more financial stability, fewer barriers to self-sufficiency and less need for emergency support services.
Restaurant review: Janesville's Cozumel a go-to for Mexican fare
Restaurant review: Janesville's Cozumel a go-to for Mexican fare
From its festive atmosphere to its homemade tortilla chips, Cozumel in Janesville is among The Four Dishes' favorite area restaurants for Mexican food.
More nonprofits hiring development staff to create sustainable future for their organizations
More nonprofits hiring development staff to create sustainable future for their organizations
More nonprofits are adding resource development staff members to be fundraising strategists for their organizations. The trend has become more prevalent over the past decade.
Cookie sale sweetens the pot for employee scholarships at SSM Health Medical Campus in Janesville
Cookie sale sweetens the pot for employee scholarships at SSM Health Medical Campus in Janesville
The monthly Cookie Bake at SSM Health Medical Campus in Janesville offers sweet treats to raise money for employee scholarships. Some $15,000 will be awarded this year.
Hundreds protest Trump, Ryan in Janesville
Hundreds protest Trump, Ryan in Janesville
Hundreds flocked to Jefferson Park in Janesville to protest President Donald Trump's emerging stance on a U.S.-Mexico border wall, his temporary block on immigration and House Speaker Paul Ryan's support of it.
Rock County retail sales hit new high
Rock County saw a boost in retail spending in the later months of 2016--topping out at more than $700 million in the fourth quarter, according to a quarterly economic analysis by The Gazette.
Soybean organization worries Trump's policies may hurt industry
Soybean organization worries Trump's policies may hurt industry
The Wisconsin Soybean Association is concerned that the United States' withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership may have unintended consequences for local soybean farmers.
Rock County Historical Society to collect, share stories
The Rock County Historical Society has announced its 2017 theme, "History in Focus." The theme centers on sharing stories and supporting the community.