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Janesville police beefing up drunken-driving patrols
Janesville police will be giving extra attention to drunken driving through Sept. 7.
Edgerton prostitution suspect asks for outside jury
A man accused of running a prostitution house has asked for a jury from outside Rock County because of news coverage.
Bring the funny: JPAC to present comedy series
The Armory might not be hosting comedy nights anymore, but worry not, comedy fans: The Janesville Performing Arts Center is here to pick up the mantle. The center has announced plans for its first comedic series, titled Comedy on Main. The adults-only series runs six nights from October through May.
Authorities arrest six, cite 69 at Alpine Valley's Jimmy Buffett concert
Authorities arrest six, cite 69 at Alpine Valley's Jimmy Buffett concert
Law enforcement made six arrests and issued 69 citations during the Jimmy Buffett concert at Alpine Valley Music Theatre, according to a Walworth County Sheriff's Office news release.
Rock County sheriff offers bowling for kids
A new program that offers kids the chance to learn bowling from Rock County sheriff's deputies starts in October.
Stand Alone Photos for September 2015
Stand Alone Photos for September 2015
Newspaper workers use the term "stand-alone photos" to describe photographs that are displayed on their own and aren't necessarily associated with any stories. These photos add color to newspaper pages. More important, they document candid slices of life from the community that might otherwise go unrecorded.
Night Music for Sept. 3-9, 2015
This is a listing of local night spots featuring live entertainment. Call the Gazette at 608-755-8258, or fax your listing to 608-755-8349 by 5 p.m. Tuesday. There is no charge. Scheduling changes do occur, so when in doubt, contact the venue before you head out to see a band.
Metal, muscle featured at Rock River Thresheree from Sept. 4-7
Metal, muscle featured at Rock River Thresheree from Sept. 4-7
For four days every year, the Rock River Thresheree grounds are transformed into a mechanical wonderland. Threshing machines, restored tractors, steam-driven equipment and machinery line the grounds in a display that marks the best of American ingenuity and design.
Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin gauges community support for a new building
Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin gauges community support for a new building
The Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin is gauging community support for a new facility that could cost up to $4 million.
Sharon man found not guilty in sexual assault trial
Ryan Zimmerman's trial ended Tuesday with a not guilty verdict. Zimmerman was accused of sexually assaulting a cognitively disabled girl three times.