A local group of women educators applied for a Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Foundation Grant and was awarded $900 for their first Helping Homeless Students Succeed in College project that helped two local girls get computers and accessories.
Dale Thompson, who served on the Janesville School Board in the 1990s, plans to run again.
Beloit city council member Sheila De Forest is the second person to announce candidacy for the 45th Assembly District seat that will vacated by incumbent Janis Ringhand, D-Evansville,
A spokesman for the Ho-Chunk Nation said public opinion that's swinging in favor of a competing tribal casino in Kenosha has no impact on Ho-Chunk's plans for a Beloit casino.
Marshall Middle School was on lockdown starting at 10 a.m. Thursday after officials received a bomb threat.
Janesville resident Diana Purdy Brown wants to be present when friends bid her goodbye for the last time.
The Janesville School Board expelled two students Tuesday.
Report doesn't all of lawmakers' questions
An Edgerton alderman has an ambitious plan that could turn the city's modest community garden program into a park-like plaza for people who enjoy growing and tending their own food.
More encounters with Janesville police will be video-recorded thanks to a donation from Janesville Area CrimeStoppers.
On Wednesday, some Janesville seniors learned about the many ways they can be scammed.
A Janesville man found to be sexually violent will be moved Thursday from a mental health facility to a west-side Janesville residence.
Agrace Hospice will open a thrift store "probably in April" at 2033 Humes Road, in the former Factory Card Outlet and Party Shop, said Judy Purcell, retail business manager.
Janesville School Board member Kevin Murray details his opposition to a proposed new charter high school.
State transportation officials hope to decide by late spring which of five alternatives will be the preferred design for the Interstate 90/39 interchange with Interstate 43 and Highway 81 in Beloit.