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This year, Community Action of Rock and Walworth Counties celebrates a notable milestone: For 50 years, the nonprofit agency has been fighting poverty.
There's more dancing going on today at Polkafest at the Moose Lodge in Janesville.
Rock County will resume its tornado-warning siren tests Wednesday.
In 2016, Zenda, the unincorporated hamlet southeast of Fontana, will host Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, an event that attracts thousands of visitors from throughout the Midwest. Organizers are looking for volunteers to help.
Is removing a calf's horns humane? The answer depends on who you ask. But some groups are sidestepping the issue by pushing cattle breeds with no horns.
By day, Dan Collins of Janesville practices law. By weekends, he builds hardwood furniture that reflects his faith.
At a town hall meeting Friday, state and local officials joined users to demand answers from MTM, the company that receives $4.5 million a month from the state to provide medical rides to people on Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus recipients.
Rotary Botanical Gardens, Janesville, invites amateur photographers to participate in its photography contest. Winning photos will be in the gardens' 2016 wall calendar.
On Thursday, the Rock County Board approved the extension of an agreement between the city of Beloit, the Ho-Chunk Nation, and the county relating to the construction of a casino in Beloit.
Janesville School Board candidate Carla Quirk admits she should have taken her time and not been in such a hurry after a traffic accident with a neighbor's parked car March 1.
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