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About: janesville, wisconsin

Founded in 1853, Janesville was named for early settler Henry Janes. The city is home to what is said to be the world's tallest peace pole, measuring 52 feet in height. Twenty percent of Wisconsin's buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places are located in Janesville. Janesville is known as Wisconsin's city of parks because of its extensive park system that includes 53 parks as well as golf courses, nature trails and boat launches.

Population: 59498
Local Newspapers: Janesville Gazette Beloit Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Janesville Jets (NAHL)
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Rock County

Zip Codes associated with janesville, wisconsin: 53545 53546
Towns/Cities near janesville, wisconsin : Edgerton Milton Footville Beloit Clinton Whitewater Evansville

Janesville News
Glen Loyd Videos: Restless turkeys

"Wild turkeys segregate into flocks on the basis of sex and, to some extent, age...In March or early April, the groups of bachelor gobblers will rejoin up with all of the hens and form large groups as the mating season begins." -- Introduction to the Wild Turkey - Meleagris Gallopavo "Wild turkeys segregate into flocks on the basis of sex and, to some extent, age...In March or early April, the groups of bachelor gobblers will rejoin up with all of the hens and form large groups as the mating season begins."

JPAC to host Irish music concert to benefit men's shelter

A crew of musicians plans to bring a bit of the Irish pub spirit to the Janesville Performing Arts Center this Sunday. At 4 p.m., JPAC hosts "Why the Irish are Awesome," a concert to benefit GIFTS Men's Shelter in Janesville.

Public record for March 14, 2018

RICARDO S. ORTIZ, 29, of 333 N. High St., No. 6, Janesville, at 5:04 a.m. Saturday on Highway 51 near Beloit-Rock Townline Road.

Man accused of dealing weed robbed in Janesville, police say

A Janesville man suspected of being a marijuana dealer was assaulted and robbed of his money and marijuana, but he chased the robbers and rammed his car into theirs, according to a criminal complaint filed in Rock County Court. The incident occurred Feb. 5, starting in a fast-food parking lot on Milton Avenue in Janesville, according to the complaint.

South-side Janesville hardware store to close

Tracy Puntney exits the True Value Hardware store on Center Avenue in Janesville after buying a few items. The south-side store is closing in May after years of struggling with declining foot traffic.

Raymond Earl Knutson

Raymond Earl Knudson was born in Madison, WI, on May 20, 1938. He passed away due to Parkinson's Disease on March 5, 2018 at Agrace Hospice in Janesville, WI.

Sound Off for Wednesday, March 13

On downtown Janesville snowflake decorations: I just wonder when the city is going to take the snowflakes down. I think they've been up long enough.

Public record for March 13, 2018

SOUTH RANDALL AND ST. LAWRENCE AVENUES at 3 p.m. Saturday after Lorie Lynn Kosier, 55, of 838 E. Holly Road, Beloit, had a seizure while driving.

Janesville Police Department recognized for mental illness program

The Janesville Police Department has won an Innovative Program Award for its efforts to recognize and respond properly to people who are struggling with mental illnesses. The award from the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group recognizes the department's Mental Health Awareness Flag program, which debuted last year.

Wisconsin students plan march to Paul Ryan's hometown to spur gun reform

Students in Wisconsin on Monday announced plans for a four-day, 50-mile march to House Speaker Paul Ryan 's hometown later this month, with hopes of spurring gun reform. The March 24 event, called "50 Miles More," called for students aim to "stand in solidarity" with the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where 14 students and three educators were shot dead Feb. 14. "We know how easy it is for the media and politicians to move on from a tragedy created by gun violence.

United Way Volunteer of the Year finds passion in community impact, engagement

Accountants don't just sit at a desk all day and punch numbers into a calculator. If they did, Lynn Gardinier probably wouldn't be one.

8 independent Madison bookstores

Arcadia Books Long-time American Players Theatre play director James Bohnen opened Arcadia Books in Spring Green in 2011. It includes a popular caf.

GOP crusader Walker reaches to center in volatile Wisconsin

In this Nov. 6, 2017 file photo, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker delivers a speech during a campaign stop in Eau Claire, Wis.Once the voice of a Midwestern conservative revolution, Gov. Walker is now a Republican voice of concern. Walker is pointing to a big Democratic win this year in a Wisconsin Senate special election in a district that Trump won easily in 2016.

Up-and-coming new voice: Terry chosen for stint at Royal Opera

Patrick Terry performs at the Wigmore Hall in London in 2017. He graduated from Craig High School in Janesville in 2009 and found his way to opera singing at the University of Minnesota.

Sound Off for Sunday, March 11

On Milton School Board censure of Brian Kvapil: I don't think that anyone is really naive to think that this censure is only about the action of the student and Mr. Kvapil and nothing to do with the board and the administration's obvious long-time dislike of Brian Kvapil. Just look at the history of what happened to board members who disagree and ask logical questions and think independently.

Public record for March 11, 2018

JAMIE A. POFHAL , 37, of 1223 S. Grant Ave., Janesville, at 4:55 p.m. Thursday at South Main and East Court streets, Janesville, on charges of possession of narcotics, maintaining a vehicle for drug trafficking, possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia. DANTE BILLUPS , 36, of 2700 W. Wall St., No.

Fundraiser for traumatic brain victim

The day Thomas Hapka was scheduled to leave Wisconsin for a job in New York City, his life took an unpleasant turn. Eighteen years later, Hapka said, he's in serious financial distress and suffers recurring bouts of severe dizziness as a result of the torn artery.

Stained-glass success: Janesville artist teaches Honduran children

Janesville artist Richard Snyder teaches students how to make stained-glass art at the School of Life Foundation in Roatan, Honduras, earlier this year. Snyder said students learned quickly in spite of a language barrier.

Three people hurt after two-car crash in Janesville

Janesville police say, multiple people, including one with life-threatening injuries, were sent to the hospital Friday night after a fiery crash. Police say someone driving a Chevrolet SUV was traveling eastbound on East Milwaukee Street at a "high speed" as it struck a car turning onto East Milwaukee Street from Pontiac Drive.

The Gazette

A sign informs southbound motorists about road work Friday on Interstate 90/39 near East Racine Street in Janesville. Work on the northbound lanes between Janesville and Beloit is scheduled to ramp up next week.

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