The Edgerton High boys basketball team continues to roll.
J.J. Scott came up big when the Janesville Parker boys basketball team needed him.
The Green Bay Packers probably know whether quarterback Aaron Rodgers is going to play this Sunday, but they are using every allowable minute to keep the Dallas Cowboys—and everybody else—in the dark.
Edgerton's Ricky Williams and Walworth Big Foot's Gus Wedig were named Monday to the Associated Press' first team.
Kyle Patava scored twice to send Janesville to a 4-1 North American Hockey League win over Soo.
The Nutcracker Exhibit at Main Hall, 513 College, St., Milton, features close to 300 nutcrackers. The third annual display is open from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
The Janesville Jets lost 4-3 on Friday.
Janesville hosts Soo at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday night in NAHL hockey action.
18-year-old Nick Garey rolled his first 300 in his third game on Saturday to give him an 801 series.
Volunteering became a requirement for the Janesville Jets in 2012. The hockey team's 23 players donated 2,200 hours of community service, earning them Forward Janesville's Community Improvement Award.
Janesville scored three goals in the third period to win 4-3 on Saturday night.
Janesville scored four goals in the second period of an NAHL home game on Friday night.
After winning Friday, the Janesville Jets dropped their second game of the weekend in Springfield.
While the cast of “Shrek the Musical” was drawing rave reviews in the school’s auditorium, Cullen Osmond stole the spotlight in the gymnasium.
A Chicago businessman who turned the tiny coastal town of Bandon, Ore., into one of the world’s premier golf destinations is planning to build a similar multi-course resort on sand dunes that formed the bottom of a prehistoric lake in what is now...