Two incidents at two separate crosswalks where pedestrians were almost struck by vehicles on increasingly busy South Perry Parkway are gaining the attention of local law enforcement and government officials.
Aisles and checkout lanes were packed full with customers at the grand opening of Verona’s newest grocery store Friday, Oct. 11.
Epic’s annual community grants are aimed at continuing to improve the capabilities of local emergency services and charities.
The Stoughton volleyball team entered the Badger South Conference Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 12, as the sixth seed, and the Vikings went 3-2 to take third place in Watertown.
Senior quarterback Adam Hobson scored five touchdowns to power the Stoughton football team to a 53-18 road win over Monroe on Friday, Oct. 11, at T.R. Holyoke Field.
Verona senior Meredith Conley finished second place in No. 1 singles at the Division 1 Wauankee Sectional on Thursday, Oct. 10, punching her ticket to the state tournament for the fourth straight year.
This month's Corre la Voz
Verona Area School District students, staff and families were glowing with Wildcat pride last week leading up to Homecoming on Friday, Oct. 4. The week included daily dress-up days, a parade d…
Despite being a month and two days younger than his cousin Ronnie Murphy, Verona Area High School student James Robinson has always claimed to be his “big cousin.”
Sugar Creek Elementary held a Fun Run on Saturday, Sept. 28, at and around the school. The Fun Run route took participants down Church Street, on South Main Street and then onto Military Ridge…
McFarland State Bank has joined with another decades old area community bank to create an entity twice as big.
Twenty years seem to have gone by fast for Gymfinity owners J and Stephanie Orkowski.
For most of the past century, Verona has been a one-grocery store town.
An event that both showcases creativity through crafts and raises funds for Oregon Area Fire/EMS District is coming up this month.
Oregon Daycare, Inc. celebrated its 30th anniversary on Saturday, Oct. 5.
Verona Area Community Theater put on a monstrous production of "Young Frankenstein" from Oct. 10-13.