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Woman accused in diamond thefts headed for drug court
Woman accused in diamond thefts headed for drug court
Lindsay Kopas of Janesville appears headed to the court program that helps offenders overcome drug addictions while staying out of jail.
Officials: Pavilion marks start of downtown revamp
Officials: Pavilion marks start of downtown revamp
On its face, the Marvin W. Roth Community Pavilion might not seem like a miracle. Yet city officials and local economic development boosters see the pavilion as a small symbol of the future of downtown Janesville.
Large payment behind Whitewater school district budget increase
The Whitewater Unified School District proposed budget is up 8.19 percent because of a one-time payment this year for a performance contract.
Clinton High School principal resigns
Clinton High School Principal Phil Pape has resigned after less than a year on the job.
Parking plaza removal could cost $4.5 million
Parking plaza removal could cost $4.5 million
Some Janesville City Council members are blanching at the potential $4.5 million cost to remove the downtown parking plaza.
Rock County Judge Daley to make Supreme Court announcement Monday
Judge James Daley apparently plans a run for state Supreme Court next spring.
Landfill could take out-of-county trash
Under a proposal intended to increase revenue, Janesville's city-owned landfill could start taking trash from outside Rock County.
Kiwanis getting hopped up for Ale Fest
Kiwanis getting hopped up for Ale Fest
The Janesville Noon Kiwanis' Fest of Ale-- scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 1--has pumped more than $200,000 back into the community over the past 11 years.
10 Things to Know for Oct. 24: NYC doctor tests positive for Ebola
10 Things to Know for Oct. 24: NYC doctor tests positive for Ebola
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
Families claim children reacted to Janesville hotel pool
Parents of small children at a birthday pool party said their children developed rashes, blisters and bleeding that they believe was caused by the pool water.

Local

Whitewater school budget up 8 percent
Landfill could take out-of-county trash
Under a proposal intended to increase revenue, Janesville's city-owned landfill could start taking trash from outside Rock County.
Officials: Pavilion is start of revitalization
Pool water suspected in kids' injuries
Elkhorn school budget up slightly

Crime

Diamond theft case headed to drug court
Better Brodhead receives grant
Employee accused of theft from UW-Whitewater
Sex offender ordinance approved
Man convicted in stolen-property case

Public Record

Public record for Oct. 25, 2014
Public record for Oct. 24, 2014
Public record for Oct. 23, 2014
Public Record for Oct. 22, 2014
Public Record for Oct. 21, 2014