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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
Church members and others attending a meeting about the future of St. Patrick Catholic School on Wednesday night were excited and upbeat. Ideas thrown out in the brainstorming session included a Fourth Ward community center, a place for adult education and child care, and partnerships with a variety of community organizations.Alliant cuts electricity to some flood-affected homes
Alliant Energy announced late Wednesday it has to cut off electricity to some residences in the Janesville-Beloit area because of flooding. The low-lying areas near rivers, streams and lakes are being hardest hit.Arming teachers? Janesville school officials, security expert don't like idea
"When you make a school a gun-free school zone, the only person that you're stopping is the law-abiding gun owner that doesn't want to get in trouble," Schimel said in a recent interview with Milwaukee's WTMJ radio. Schimel suggested that school districts should have the option of arming teachers, and he said his office would provide gun training to school staff if lawmakers would allow it.Our Views: Town of Beloit's shooting range proposal unnecessary
A proposal to build a shooting range in the town of Beloit has exposed an unusual rift among local law enforcement agencies. They typically tout their ability to coordinate and collaborate, but they disagree on the answer to a seemingly simple question: Does Rock County need another shooting range? We don't see the need because the town of Beloit is welcome to use the shooting range in Janesville-the La Prairie Pistol Range-which includes outdoor and indoor ranges along with a training classroom.Brown, Homan advance in Rock County Board's District 26
Vicki Brown, longtime Rock County treasurer, swept the primary race for Rock County Board District 26 on Tuesday, securing one of two spots on the April 3 ballot. For much of the night, incumbent Dave Homan and newcomer Mario Bullock were in a dead heat with 91 votes each.Our Views: Districts should focus on educating, not marketing
Under a new superintendent, the Janesville School District has abandoned a marketing campaign to increase open enrollment numbers. That's a wise move.Flooding warning for 8 southern Wisconsin rivers
In Janesville, police and firefighter rescued people from vehicles stranded in high water at two locations Tuesday. State transportation officials said all lanes of Highway 167 between Highways 164 and 83 in Washington County were closed Tuesday afternoon due to high water.Franklin Middle School students get a view of the future
Parker High School student Garret Nastali, right, helps seventh-grader D'Mario Campton weld Tuesday during career day at Franklin Middle School in Janesville. Jason Gayne, a senior dog trainer at Petco, shows middle schoolers a training technique Tuesday at Franklin Middle School in Janesville.Death notices for Feb. 21, 2018
James A. Christophersen , 81, Shopiere, died Tuesday at Azura Memory Care, Beloit. Services are pending with Brian Mark Funeral Home, Beloit.Flooding, fog, ice to affect drivers Tuesday morning
Emergency responders across southern Wisconsin are asking drivers to be cautious Tuesday as ice and flooding continue to be issues across the area. News 3 Meteorologist Haddie McLean is also reporting dense fog in places like Janesville and Mineral Point as commuters head out for the morning drive.Rain and melting snow causes Flooding, Feb. 20
A Janesville firefighter carries Beloit resident Jonathan Johnson's 6-month-old son into a fire engine to warm up after a water rescue Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018, at the intersection of West Delavan Drive and Beloit Avenue in Janesville. The vehicle Johnson was driving stalled in the road due to flooding and filled partially with water.Sandbags offered in Rock County
Sandbags are being offered to Rock County residents, and the sheriff's office is asking people with flood concerns to report them. The sheriff's office urges motorists not to try to drive through flooded roadways or any road identified as closed by public works departments.Cities of Janesville and Beloit against new a training facility
Police chiefs in Janesville and Beloit are standing against a proposed law enforcement facility in the town of Beloit, claiming existing facilities in Rock County are sufficient. Other police departments, including Milton and Clinton, support such a facility, saying a modern training center is needed in the area.Public record for Feb. 20, 2018
AMY M. RAYGO , 38, of 4334 Pheasant Run, Janesville, at 12:04 a.m. Saturday at North Highway 14 and East County A, Janesville. It is listed as her first offense.Need to Know: Voting in Wisconsin's spring primary Tuesday, February 20
Voters will also choose two court of appeals judges and circuit court judges in some counties. Individual counties also may have ballots for other positions including county supervisors and various judgeships.Point-counterpoint: Town of Beloit's incorporation would hurt whole region
Why is the city of Beloit so concerned about the town of Beloit's efforts to incorporate into a village? Incorporation is irreversible and would negatively affect the entire region. Under state statute, the adverse impact on the ability of Rock County to provide critical services must be considered.Wisconsin counties use stun cuff to control inmates at trial
Rock County sheriff's Deputy Brian Hanthorn shows the Band-It, a device that can deliver electric shocks when fastened to the leg of inmates during jury trials. The devices are capable of delivering 50,000 volts but have never been used to shock an inmate in Rock County, officials said.
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