Snappers to start season at Pohlman Field

by Kevin Reichard, Ballpark Digest – April 13, 2021 The Beloit Snappers (High-A Central) have been cleared to play by the city and will begin the season at Pohlman Field until construction on the team’s new downtown home is completed.In meeting MLB guidelines this season, capacity will be limited, and physically distanced pod seating will Read more…

Snappers look to bright future

by Josh Flickinger, Beloit Daily News – March 30, 2021 Virtually everything you know about the Beloit Snappers got yippedupside down as the calendar turns to 2021.No longer is the club a barely-surviving outfit with a barebones front office staff,plying its trade out of an outdated ballpark with next to little in the way of Read more…

Beloit Farmers’ market adapts to COVID-19 protocols

by Lauren Baker, WREX – March 21, 2021 People in the Stateline are able to grab some fresh and local goodies all thanks to a farmers market.The Downtown Beloit association is hosting its first-ever indoor winter market.The association started the market back in November because of COVID-19restrictions.Every Saturday, people are able to get things like Read more…

Hidden Gems

by Nick VanWagenen, Travel Wisconsin – March 10, 2021 Foodie Finds in Downtown Beloit (Rock County)Experience the worldly flavors of truk’t – street tacos, tequila and whiskey, serving Latin and other unique global-themed tacos while offering an extensive collection of over 100 tap beers, whiskeys, cocktails and tequilas. With options like the Pecking Duck or Read more…

Coco’s Tamales serving fresh, handmade and delicious

by Lynda Wallis, Beloit Daily News – February 25, 2021 It’s midnight on a Friday, and Maria Perez’s weekend is just beginning.She and various family members—including four sons and her husband, Lazaro—travel to a kitchen in Madison to begin making between 300 and 600 tamales by hand for their business, Coco’s Tamales.It’s one of many Read more…