Hit with consecutive tough years throughout the agricultural economy, interest in the 2018 U.S. farm bill attracted 60 people Wednesday for talks at a Mankato American Legion hall.
Dog House Bar & Grill owner Zach Lyons would like to book as many as 16 live band events at his downtown Janesville establishment. Janesville city officials, however, can’t decide what’s an appropriate policy, weighing the bar owner’s right to revenue against neighbors’ noise concerns.
Colleen Ireland recently began providing audiology outreach services at Mayo Clinic Health System in Waseca, seeing patients there every other Friday.
A new liquor store is opening its doors in Janesville, and its proprietors are happy to serve a community in which they have lived for years.
The Janesville City Council will consider allocating tax dollars specifically for economic development, money that could help revitalize the downtown and aid city businesses.
First District Congressman Tim Walz, D-Mankato, stopped by Guardian Energy in Janesville Friday morning with his sights set on highlighting ethanol production as an “all-American” and efficient energy solutions service.
UPDATE: This story has been updated to reflect who was approached about selling the golf course. The story has also been updated to reflect why a policy regarding vacation days was in the 2014 audit.
At more than half a million dollars, the budget for renovations to the basement of Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton school should assure that all needed work can be completed.
When it came time to look for her newest Anytime Fitness location, Andrea Brown did what any smart woman would — she acted on her future father-in-law’s advice.
On Monday, Dec. 8, the Janesville City Council hosted its annual budget meeting. By law, we are required to hold the meeting prior to adopting the final 2015 budget.
From tri-fold wedding invitations bordered with bright pink chevron to save the date magnets with a pop of burlap brown, more and more engaged couples are going to Ginger P. Designs in Janesville to get custom stationery for their dream wedding.
Janesville’s Simply Saved Thrift Store opened a year ago over Hay Daze weekend, and this year the owners of the store gave all of their profit back to the community.