At first glance, you might think Fitchburg resident Tom Thayer has a lakefront property.
When the City of Stoughton’s Redevelopment Authority bought a half-acre parcel on West Main Street in 2010, something important was missed.
No one was injured in a Town of Verona house fire Tuesday that caused extensive damage.
Behind junior Alyssa Schmidt, the Oregon girls golf team is shooting to qualify for the WIAA Division 1 sectional for a third straight year.
The rate of sport-related concussions during high school football practice in Wisconsin decreased by 57 percent following a rule change limiting the amount and duration of full-contact activities during practice, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’…
The Kotlowski cousins are again expected provide a one-two punch looking to keep Stoughton at the top of the Badger South Conference, which starts girls golf play next week.
This month's Corre la Voz
A group of students was in the corner of a Glacier Edge Elementary School classroom on a recent Wednesday, breaking a laptop computer into pieces.
The Verona Area School District attendance boundaries for 2020-21 and beyond are set.
When Gabby Johnson graduated from Verona Area High School in 2015, the only cord she and her classmates could wear with their gowns was gold, for academic achievement.
It’s a busy summer for development around Fitchburg, with projects at various stages throughout the city.
Betsy Jenkins walked up to the car with Illinois license plates in the It’s Your Party parking lot, almost as dismayed as the driver, who couldn’t get to Bavaria Sausage just 100 feet away.
n+1 Coffee and Beer has joined the SBR Endurance and Rocket Bicycle Studio building on Bruce Street.
Even though last year’s inaugural Paulpalooza was meant to celebrate the life of a Fitchburg teenager who died in 2017, there was still a little bit of sadness.
Addison Kypreos competed in the Oregon Kids Triathlon Aug. 10 like many other youngsters, but her attire was a little bit different.
The third annual Barks for Parks was Sunday, Aug. 11, at Badger Prairie County Park. The proceeds from the event, run by the Dane County Parks Department, will go toward funding a shade cover for dogs at Badger Prairie County Park.