• Child care now getting higher priority

    With the influx of women into the world of work over the past several decades, the changing roles of individuals within the family structure and the increase in two-income families, the need for competent, professional child care has also increased.... Read More

  • StatelineBusiness OnTheMove

    JANESVILLE _ Kathleen F. Allen recently became accredited as a registered paralegal by passing the Paralegal Advanced Cometency Exam of the National Federation of Paralegal Associations. Employed by the law firm of Brennan, Steil, Basting & MacDougall in Janesville, Allen... Read More

  • Retiring physician has seen growth in area, medicine

    BELOIT _ Dr. Donald Burandt has seen a great deal of growth in the community since he came to town 36 years ago. He has seen the Beloit Clinic medical staff grow from 14 physicians to more than 50. He... Read More

  • Holiday Inn manager moves to Appleton

    By Jeff Bollier| SOUTH BELOIT _ When he first moved to the Stateline Area in 1994, Shawn Kennedy gained first-hand experience in what it was like to stay in the hotel he was managing. Kennedy and his wife, Dawn, stayed... Read More

  • Most eye injuries can be prevented

    Eye injuries happen nearly 1,000 times a day in the workplace and 100,000 times a year during recreational activities. These figures are especially staggering considering that 90 percent of eye injuries could be prevented with protective eyewear. People often take... Read More

  • Newell Rubbermaid new chief returns to the Old Economy

    FREEPORT, Ill. (AP) _ Joseph Galli, the former Black & Decker executive who moved on to top jobs with Amazon.com and VerticalNet Inc., is abandoning the Internet sector and returning to the Old Economy to head Newell Rubbermaid Inc. The... Read More

  • Fate of economy rests with customers

    NEW YORK (AP) _ The fate of the American economy over the next few months rests with the consumer, the same average individual who thinks such power resides only with higher ups in Washington. It is easy to see why... Read More

  • Resolve to do homework before investing in 2001

    Every year about this time many investors decide that in the coming year finally they'll do their homework all the time and make rational, intelligent and well thought out investments. Really, people can act like that. I say "can act"... Read More

  • Council of 100 leads economic climb

    ROCKFORD _ When Columbia Pipe and Supply Company bought Mott Brothers Company in July 1996, company officials knew tough decisions would need to be made within a couple of years. John Wadlington, Columbia Pipe and Supply Co. segment manager for... Read More

  • Stateline Area Building Permits

    Beloit Addition 1554 Grant St., Amezqiuita, addition, $25 Remodel 2408 Pioneer Drive, Sandow, $19 2810 Kennedy Drive, Frito-Lay Inc., $1,129 2513 Bootmaker Drive, Raddatz, $87 1768 Fayette Ave., Dulin, $39 1544 Moore St., Onsgard, $47 1405 Portland Ave., Mears, $51... Read More

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