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Someone seeing that proposed 17 percent raise for state troopers might think, holy cow, how do they rate? As in most things, however, details matter.
For 35 years, the Hoffman House Restaurant served meals in the Ramada Inn on Janesville's east side. Now, the restaurant and hotel are gone.
What should people do with annoying political solicitations they get by mail or snail mail? My advice: Ignore and trash them.
Do you scrutinize your store receipts? Consumer expert Clark Howard suggests you should, Opinion Editor Greg Peck writes.
When grocery shopping, how much do you value store convenience over price?
Summary: “Birdman” might have won the Oscar for best picture Sunday night, but it's no winner in my list of favorites.
Summary: Here's another look at a Janesville restaurant that long ago served its last meal—Bishop Buffet.
As our nation remembers the start of the invasion of Iwo Jima 70 years ago today, a Navy corpsman from Janesville reflects on his role.
First, John died suddenly. Then Mark, followed too soon by Scott. As my friends and high school classmates fall one by one, it causes me to stop and reflect on life.
As the debate over government regulations of drones plays out in Washington, a drone has provided a bird's-eye view of Janesville's Monterey Hotel.
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