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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.
Local Newspapers: Janesville Gazette Beloit Daily News
Local Sports Teams: Janesville Jets (NAHL)
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin-Rock County
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Towns/Cities near janesville, wisconsin : Edgerton Milton Footville Beloit Clinton Whitewater Evansville
Big is better for this family
Putting the cart before the horse usually isn't recommended, but it seems to have worked out for the Wellnitz and Welsh families. One could even say it's brought them closer together.Saturday golf fundraiser for K9 program
The Off the Hook Pub & Grub's second annual golf outing starts with sign-in at 11 a.m. Saturday at Glen Erin Golf Club, 1417 W. Airport Road, Janesville. A shotgun start is at 12:30 p.m. Cost is $60 per person and $240 per foursome, which includes 18 holes of golf, cart, dinner and raffles.Glen Loyd Videos: Enjoy the pelicans...they're leaving in September
We are seeing more and more pelicans in Wisconsin. They fly up the Mississippi River and follow the Rock River North.Janesville police use new tool to track gun violence trends
The Janesville Police Department has spent months putting together a gun violence spreadsheet. It gives police the clues they need to keep crime at bay.Public record for Aug. 18, 2017
A man later reported that his wallet, ring and backpack were taken. No other details were immediately available.Rock County judge removes self from case on day of sentencing
A Rock County judge removed himself from a case Thursday, on the morning he was scheduled to sentence a man for homicide by drunken driving. District Attorney David O'Leary, who was prosecuting the high-profile case, was not pleased and after the hearing questioned whether Judge Michael Haakenson had to recuse himself.UW-Madison giving out ice cream Friday
Madison representatives will hand out free ice cream in Janesville on Friday as part of a thank you campaign, according to a news release. The ice cream truck will stop in Optimist Park from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday as part of the free movie screening of "Sing."Rome's Stephans - spread the Word' through crosses
Bob and Nancy Stephan of Rome have spearheaded an effort during the past couple of years to provide free crosses proclaiming "Jesus is Lord" for people to place in their gardens and yards. - Daily Union photo by Pam Chickering Wilson.Nehlen holds town hall in Janesville
Republican congressional candidate Paul Nehlen, left, holds the microphone for Janesville resident Joseph Guido on Wednesday during a town hall at the Armory in Janesville. Congressional candidate Paul Nehlen addresses town hall attendees Wednesday at the Armory in Janesville.Cluck & pluck: Chicken roast, music fest planned Aug. 20
Members of the Janesville Lions Club tend to a grill full of roasted chicken during last year's annual event in Riverside Park. The chicken roast, which paired up with the Friends of Riverside Park's annual Riverside Music Festival, will take place Sunday, Aug. 20, in the park at 2600 Parkside Drive.20Q: Catching up with paint party procurer Val Saxer
If you're involved in the arts and entertainment community and think you or someone you know would be a great subject for 20Q, send an email to kicks Editor Greg Little at firstname.lastname@example.org. Editor's Note: Kicks presents 20Q, a feature that introduces readers to people involved in the area's arts and entertainment community.Viewing times for solar eclipse
A lot of people are making plans to view Monday's solar eclipse, even if they're not in the path of totality. Here in southern Wisconsin, more than 80% of the sun will be covered by the moon.Police: Man pressured girls for photos
But police say he was a Beloit 20-year-old whom they believe downloaded child pornography on his phone and blackmailed other teens into sending him intimate photos of themselves. The Janesville girl had sent him intimate photos, too, but her parents found out and told police in March, according to a criminal complaint filed in Rock County Court last week.Uw Serf closes Friday for construction: students seek alternative workout facilities
Though UW students say they're looking forward to a new facility, the construction may send students to other workout locations or even private gyms around Madison for the coming years. John Horn, UW's Division of Recreational Sports director, says rebuilding the SERF has been considered for years and student driven.Public Record for Aug. 16, 2017
MILWAUKEE STREET NEAR PARKER DRIVE, JANESVILLE, at 1:45 p.m. Friday, when a cars driven by Lauren K. Matulle, 32, of 4490 White Oak Drive, Janesville, and Nicholas J. Trewyn, 39, Fort Atkinson, collided in the intersection. Trewyn was westbound on Milwaukee Street and drove through a red light, police reported, and he was cited for that violation.Janesville police dog bites into burglary suspect
A police dog apprehended a suspect in the basement of a bar early Monday and held her arm so tight that he punctured her skin. That's what the dog was supposed to do, said Janesville police Sgt.PremierBank buys Commercial Bank locations
Fort Atkinson-based PremierBank has announce it has closed on purchase of Commercial Bank's Whitewater and Janesville locations, adding the banks' assets, and two branches to its holdings. PremierBank had announced the sale was pending earlier this month, but the sale officially closed last week, the bank announced this week.
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