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The Holiday Light Show, which is entering its 22nd year, dazzles visitors with hundreds of thousands stringed light displays that people can wander by and weave through.
On Thursday, the Salvation Army fed about 350 a Thanksgiving meal.
Scrapping rules around open internet access would allow giant cable and telecom companies to throttle broadband speeds and favor their own services if they wish.
Maj. Ruth Fay of the Salvation Army estimates the three turkeys Colin Tracy donated this year will serve 60 to 70 people this Thanksgiving. Fay said his generosity is “inspirational.”
One square block of green space in Janesville's Courthouse Hill neighborhood likely will not become a surface parking lot after a county committee approved a resolution.
The co-owner of Rock County Brewing Co. talks about the importance of good glassware, his pets and bubble gum-flavoring in beer.
One of this country's revered paintings depicts Thanksgiving...a magazine illustration by Norman Rockwell.
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.
Janesville police were involved in a pursuit early Wednesday morning that resulted in a single-vehicle crash into the pavilion in Lower Courthouse Park.
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.
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