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Entries for November 2020

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(Janesville, WI) Neil Johnson, Gazette

A children’s museum long in the works might find a home in downtown Janesville—possibly in the vacant, historic former First National Bank property.

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(Janesville, WI) Ashley McCallum, Gazette

The city council approved Monday modifications to the city’s COVID-19 microloan program that will specifically aid restaurants as the pandemic continues through winter.

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(Janesville, WI) Benjamin Pierce, Gazette

When Tiffany Garrison-Stanley started teaching anatomy at Blackhawk Technical College three years ago, she found herself yearning for a more student-led learning environment. With the help of planning, a fresh space and new technology, Garrison-Stanley hopes that’s now an option.

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(Beloit, WI) Hillary Gavan, Beloit Daily News

Student enrollment is planned to start Feb. 1 and staff hiring and recruitment is underway at The Lincoln Academy charter school.

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(Janesville, WI) Neil Johnson, Gazette

When Copper Fire Tees started out of a basement last decade, the local cop and the local firefighter who owned the company had one T-shirt screen-printing machine in a residential basement. The startup company has operated for nearly six years out of business incubator space at the Janesville Innovation Center, and during that time the owners’ goals have evolved, transformed and grown.

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(Janesville, WI) Neil Johnson, Gazette

Hundreds of newly-built apartments in Janesville are now coming available in Janesville, and hundreds more could be on the way.

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(Milton, WI) Kim McDarison, Milton Courier

The City of Milton Common Council approved Nov. 4 a conditional use permit (CUP) and a tax incremental financing (TIF) development agreement for Catch the Wave Swim Club, Inc.

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(Beloit, WI) The City of Beloit, through the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC), is launching the Small Business Assistance Forgivable Loan Program and the Nano Grant Program to assist micro and small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. $60,000 has been approved for small business forgivable loans and $25,000 has been approved for the nano grant program. The application window for both programs opens on November 18th.

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(Beloit, WI) Austin Montgomery, Beloit Daily News

Three new retailers will soon be in downtown Beloit as Hendricks Commercial Properties announces three tenants at 406 Pleasant St., the space above truk’t street tacos at the corner of Pleasant Street and East Grand Avenue.

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