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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
Credit union robbed on Janesville's east side

The Janesville Police Department has released these surveillance photos of the suspect in a bank robbery Wednesday. He is a white male, 20-30 years old wearing a black winter jacket, light blue baseball hat, blue jeans and tennis shoes.

Sound Off for Wednesday, April 18

On Rock County Board approving alcohol sales at fairgrounds: That's just what Janesville needed was a bunch of liquored-up potheads, another place to get drunk. I can bet you money nobody on that board lives around the fairgrounds, or they wouldn't have approved it.

Woman leads charge to change rescue horse policy at Midwest Horse Fair

DeeDee Golberg wants the Midwest Horse Fair, which bills itself as the country's largest annual horse showcase, to be a vessel for rescue horse education. But the Midwest Horse Fair does not include a show class exclusive to rescue animals.

Public record for April 18, 2018

TENA GRAMS, 45, 1509 N. Parker Court, No. 3, Janesville, at 7:23 p.m. Sunday at Sherman and Milton avenues, Janesville.

Two charged after cops find 13 ounces of pot

Police say they found two packages of marijuana weighing about 13 ounces in a car they stopped early Saturday morning on Janesville's west side. Charged with party to possession with intent to deliver marijuana were Alan A. Rojas Hernandez, 22, of 1230 Nelson Ave., Beloit, and Aram Bruno Cruz, 26, of 1142A1 2 Harrison Ave., Beloit.

Bremel: Delivering a heartfelt 'thank you' to Paul Ryan

There is no question. Change is coming to the Congressional 1st District. Change can be scary.

Poll: Democrats' advantage in midterm election support shrinking

Gap has dropped by more than half since the beginning of the year, while Trump's approval rating has inched up JANESVILLE, WI - MARCH 28: People join a rally to show support for students who finished the last leg of a 50-mile journey in the hometown of House Speaker Paul Ryan to call attention to gun violence on March 28, 2018 in Janesville, Wisconsin. About 40 students from around Wisconsin participated in the march, dubbed 50 Miles More, to keep alive the spirit and dialog of the recent March For Our Lives events.

With I-90/39 construction, crashes cause more complex traffic problems

Vehicles travel on Interstate 90/39 near Shopiere Road in Beloit on Thursday, April 12. A traffic crossover area between Beloit and Janesville has compressed traffic lanes and made it a challenge for emergency responders to reach crashes that occur in that stretch. Vehicles travel on Interstate 90/39 near Shopiere Road in Beloit on Thursday, April 12. A traffic crossover area between Beloit and Janesville has compressed traffic lanes and made it a challenge for emergency responders to reach crashes that occur in that stretch.

The Gazette

Above and below, workers use excavators to tear down part of the former Janesville General Motors plant Monday. Commercial Development Company, which purchased the plant last year for $9.6 million, plans to clear the 265-acre property and ready it for industrial redevelopment across several parcels.

Boys & Girls Club of Janesville sending middle-schoolers to Washington, D.C.

Low-income students will have an opportunity to take a free trip this summer to learn more about history and the federal government. The Boys & Girls Club of Janesville will send 31 local middle-schoolers on an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., from July 16 to 20. Under a tentative itinerary, students will tour George Washington University, the Smithsonian Institution, the Kennedy Center, Arlington National Cemetery, several memorials and other sites.

Janesville's Steil signals he'll run

Janesville businessman Bryan Steil is lining up support in advance of an expected announcement that he will run to replace the outgoing 1st District representative, Paul Ryan. Andrew Iverson, chairman of the Republican Party of Rock County, issued a one-sentence statement Monday, saying: "Bryan Steil is reaching out to friends from all six counties and is honored and encouraged by the support he is receiving."

Car ends up in Janesville's Rock River lagoon

Janesville police and rire departments respond to a vehicle in the Rock River near the intersection of Riverside and Lincoln streets on Sunday afternoon. Janesville police and rire departments respond to a vehicle in the Rock River near the intersection of Riverside and Lincoln streets on Sunday afternoon.

Demolition could begin today on former GM Janesville Assembly Plant

The city of Janesville has been notified that demolition work at the former General Motors Assembly Plant has been scheduled to begin on or around April 16, 2018. The truck route for materials being removed will access and depart the work site from West Delavan Drive.

Demand for certified nursing assistants rising in Rock County

Certified nursing assistant Jessica Sather, right, helps patient Tom Nelson take a walk around the medical/surgical floor at SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital-Janesville in the early afternoon Monday, April 9. Sather is one of 830 certified nursing assistants in Rock County. Thirteen percent of hospital employees in the state work as nursing assistants, but the job also accounts for 21 percent of vacancies, according to the 2017 Wisconsin Health Care Workforce report.

Janesville man arrested on fifth OWI charge

Stanley Kanarowski, 37, of 2411 Plymouth Ave. was stopped by police at 1 a.m. Sunday in the 2700 block of Pontiac Place, Janesville. After field sobriety testing, Kanarowski was arrested on a charge of operating while intoxicated, fifth offense, and on a bench warrant for failing to appear in Jefferson County Court on a charge of failing to install/tampering with an ignition interlock device.

Officials: Janesville schools' lead test results should not worry parents

Forty water sources at Janesville elementary schools had higher lead levels than those recommended by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency during recent tests. And while experts interviewed by The Gazette agreed that no amount of lead is good for children, the risks presented by the questionable water sources were not significant, they said.

Challenges to Shortline Equipment: A Dealer's Perspective

Editor's Note: Over lunch and following a meeting last week with Johnson Tractor President Leo Johnson, at his Janesville, Wis., location, Farm Equipment inquired about the shortline equipment business, as Farm Equipment staff was preparing to attend the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association meeting on April 17-20 in Omaha. Johnson Tractor is a Case IH and Kubota dealer who operates 4 stores in Wisconsin and Illinois, and Dealership of the Year recipient .

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