Stoughtonites want a vibrant, accessible downtown filled with prospering businesses, according to input provided to the city’s Downtown Revitalization Subcommittee.
More than 80 people attended the village’s public water forum Monday, Nov. 11, to learn about the prevalence of flooding issues and increased rainfall – and possible solutions to those problems.
A new ordinance governing how many dogs a resident can license is bringing the city in line with its own practices.
Stoughton junior linebacker Connor Wheeler had a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery to lead the Vikings to a 26-13 win over Sauk Prairie in the first round of the Division 3 playoffs Friday, Oct. 25, at Collins Field.
Verona senior Gannon Simonett had a goal and an assist to propel the Wildcats to a 3-1 win over Madison Memorial in a Division 1 regional championship on Saturday, Oct. 26, at Reddan Soccer Park.
Verona senior middle hitter Maddy Kelley and her teammates are back in a familiar position with unfinished business.
This month's Corre la Voz
Country View Elementary held its annual Share Fair on Thursday, Nov. 7 in their school gymnasium.
No offense to math, but it’s safe to say Oregon High School students have never had as much fun learning as they do now in the space that hosts the school’s sprawling STEAM lab.
Core Knowledge Charter School held a color run fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 17, around the school grounds. The proceeds from the run go directly to support the school.
One day a few months ago, Wishing Tree Studio co-owners Jo Temte and Kelly Scholz sauntered out of the now closed yoga studio, The Inspired Mat, LLC, gazing at their own new location across th…
Cosa Boutique opened in Fitchburg on Sunday, Sept. 8, in memory of one of owner Amanda Houdek’s former pediatric clients, named Jocosa.
UW Credit Union opens second branch in Fitchburg
On Saturday, Nov. 16, children smelled freshly grated ginger, tossed teaspoon of turmeric and sliced tomatoes at the Stoughton Public Library.
Abel Contemporary Gallery featured a juxtaposition of lifelike landscapes, abstract artifacts and experimental sounds during an opening reception for three new exhibitions on Friday, Nov. 15.
Stephanie Ehle’s new role isn’t all that new to her.