Have you ever called Diggers Hotline? I did three years ago. And I did so again last week.
The city of Janesville has been marking dead and dying ash trees for removal, and in some spots, the losses will be devastating.
Are you taking part in National Bike to Work Week? I am, but I don’t expect to set any personal records this year.
This start-and-stop spring weather, with chilly nights, might stir memories of a May snowstorm 26 years ago.
A dozen places packing plenty of history opened their doors to visitors Saturday in downtown Janesville. My wife and I enjoyed the inside looks.
Around Wisconsin, groups adopt highways for cleanups. Milwaukee is adapting that idea to help keep its rivers cleaner. Maybe Janesville should do the same.
My wife and I were delighted to return to Main Street for a new season of the Janesville Farmers Market on Saturday. Except I made a tactical error.
Another famous musician, Frankie Avalon, put on a good show Saturday night at the Janesville Performing Arts Center.
This is rummage sale season. You know it from those “signs, signs, everywhere a sign.”
Bullying continues to be a problem in our society, so Shawano is taking a bold step in this ongoing battle.