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Edgerton FFA to host food drive Saturday
The Edgerton FFA and its alumni group will host a food drive Saturday to benefit Edgerton Community Outreach, according to a press release.
Janesville residents develop new board game
Janesville residents develop new board game
Janesville tattoo artist Jake Bussie has taken a drawing exercise he developed as brain training for his tattoo work and transformed it into a new board game, "Doodle Mash."
Equipment auction set for Janesville's former Pick 'n Save
Equipment auction set for Janesville's former Pick 'n Save
The former Pick 'n Save on Janesville's south side will look even less like a supermarket after an auction Tuesday purges the nearly all of the grocery store's equipment.
Power outage reported in Delavan

DELAVAN--Alliant Energy reported a power outage in Delavan, in the area of Tyrell Court on the city's east side, at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Power was restored before 11 a.m., the company's

20Q: Catching up with Janesville beer maker Andy Walker
20Q: Catching up with Janesville beer maker Andy Walker
The co-owner of Rock County Brewing Co. talks about the importance of good glassware, his pets and bubble gum-flavoring in beer.
Janesville hunter encounters friendly deer
Dan Hartley has been hunting for nearly 50 years, but his bizarre experience Saturday isn't something he ever could have imagined.
Local retailers feel 'adventurous' this holiday season
Local retailers feel 'adventurous' this holiday season
The Gazette examines poinsettias, Legos and a Christmas-themed album by Cheap Trick to see how local retailers feel about a predicted uptick in holiday spending.
Restaurant review: European influence prevails at Jac's in Madison
Restaurant review: European influence prevails at Jac's in Madison
Unless you're one of its regulars, you might not know that Jac's Dining and Taphouse in Madison features 15 Belgian and craft beers on tap, or that its tight menu includes some fine eats, or that it offers terrific service in a lively, comfortable setting, writes Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick.
Clinton controversy eases; Hooker might stay on as administrator
Clinton Police Chief David Hooker, who has vowed to step down from his job as village administrator, might change his mind after village board action Monday.
Former Janesville Gander Mountain could reopen as Gander Outdoors
It appears the former Gander Mountain store in Janesville could re-open in 2018 under new corporate ownership and a new name: Gander Outdoors.