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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
City of Janesville has no immediate plans to change logo
The city of Janesville eventually could replace its 28-year-old squiggly tree logo with a modernized version, but city officials say they have no immediate plans to do so. And if the city does adopt the new logo, it plans to retain its slogan of "Wisconsin's Park Place," officials said.Janesville school janitor faces child porn charges
A man who worked as a night custodian at Janesville Parker High School was charged Tuesday with five counts of possession of child pornography. The Janesville School District issued a news release Wednesday saying the charges are not based on any information found at district schools or computer resources.7 members of Va. congressional delegation decry tariffs on Canadian newsprint
In this April 11, 2018, photo, production workers stack newspapers onto a cart at the Janesville Gazette Printing & Distribution plant in Janesville, Wis. Members of Congress are warning that newspapers in their home states are in danger of cutting coverage or going out of business if the United States maintains recently imposed tariffs on Canadian newsprint.Public record for July 18, 2018
MICHAEL D. COLEMAN , 31, of 711 S. Washington St., Janesville, at 4:31 p.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of North Main Street, Janesville, on charges of possession with intent to deliver synthetic cannabinoids. ROBERT L. THOMAS , 25, of 218 Milton Ave., Janesville, at 4:18 p.m. Tuesday at the Janesville Police Department on charges of possession with intent to deliver synthetic cannabinoids and manufacturing and delivering THC greater than 200 grams.Minor injury reported in SUV-scooter crash
A Janesville police officer reaches for a scooter below a vehicle at the scene of a crash Tuesday, July 17, 2018, on West Court Street in Janesville. A vehicle's windshield is damaged after a crash involving a scooter Tuesday, July 17, 2018, on West Court Street in Janesville.Public record for July 17, 2018
BRANDII DANYEIL JOHNSON , 46, of 2309 Harvard Drive, No. 9, town of Janesville, at 2:21 p.m. Monday at 2200 W. Court St., Janesville, on charges of unauthorized use of personal identification and probation violation.Janesville man identified as suspect in recent stabbing
Janesville police are looking for Shedrick D. Baldwin, 27, of Janesville as the suspect in a Monday morning stabbing incident. There is already a warrant for him issued by the Department of Corrections on another charge in addition to this new charge of attempted homicide.Group files lawsuit to halt removal of dam in Janesville
Opponents of the city of Janesville's plan to remove an aging dam from the Rock River have filed a lawsuit to halt the project. A request for a temporary injunction was filed Thursday by the Monterey Dam Association, a group opposed the the dam's removal.Monday stabbing victim is 31-year-old Janesville man, police say
Police are investigating the life-threatening stabbing of a 31-year-old Janesville man reported at 12:52 a.m. Monday. The man called 911 and was found in the street on the 2000 block of Morningside Drive with life-threatening stab wounds.Monterey Dam removal
A jackhammer mounted on the arm of a backhoe chips away at one of the Monterey Dam spillways Friday in Janesville. Workers move the backhoe to the edge of the river while preparing to begin demolition of the Monterey Dam on Friday in Janesville.Edgerton Community Outreach rebuilds after storm damage
The charity organization might be best known for its thrift shop, located in a revamped tobacco building on Main Street, but the group also provides many social services to the area. For Executive Director Sarah Williams, the initial shock of the damage was hard.Public record for July 15, 2018
RAMON E. MORENO JR. , 33, of 1965 S. Cottage Ave., Beloit, at 5:54 a.m. Saturday at 200 E. Highway 14, Janesville, on charges of false imprisonment-domestic violence, disorderly conduct-domestic violence and a parole violation.Bryce, Sanders tout progressive ideals at Janesville campaign rally
Democratic congressional candidate Randy Bryce speaks during a rally at the UAW Local 95 Hall in Janesville on Saturday. U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke at the rally in support of Bryce.Goodbye, GM. Neighbors bid Janesville plant a slow adieu
Richard Gurney, a former master electrician at GM, leans against his mid-1990s Chevrolet pickup truck in the driveway of his home across the street from the former GM plant's north side. Elsa Casiano and her daughter Zoan stands in outside their home along West Delavan Drive across from the former GM plant.Paul Ryan Says His S.U.V. Was 'Eaten by Animals.'...
Mr. Ryan was at the Economic Club, a Washington nonprofit, to discuss tariffs and trade policy when the conversation turned personal. The Republican and self-described "policy guy" recalled having more freedom before he became the speaker of the House in 2015.Young Janesville writer feels like she - will never know enough'
Reiyah Jacobs, a 12-year-old Edison Middle School student, recently received a national award for literature in the middle school division of a PTA-sponsored program called Reflections. Reiyah Jacobs, a 12-year-old Edison Middle School student, recently received a national award for literature in the middle school division of a PTA-sponsored program called Reflections.Our Views: Groelle's missteps form troubling picture
Taken individually, none of the infractions and warnings accumulated by Gary Groelle would disqualify him from becoming Rock County's next sheriff. But when viewed collectively, these offenses form a troubling picture of the sheriff's office captain.
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