City officials are finalizing plans for a new park on King James Way after incorporating suggestions, including the relocation of some amenities, from local residents and groups.
An 11-year-old boy allegedly involved in the Jan. 7 robbery of a Fitchburg Pick ‘N Save is also suspected in more than a dozen thefts in both Fitchburg and Madison, according to a Fitchburg Police Department release.
Fitchburg is set up for big things in 2017 – new hotels, new parks, new fire stations and preparations for a large new part of the city – but everything takes a back seat to the crucial decisions facing voters in April.
To many, top-ranked Madison West boys cross country winning another WIAA Division 1 state title was little more than a formality.
Every member of the Madison Edgewood girls swimming team scored points last month as the Crusaders repeated as the WIAA Division 2 state champions.
A two-point conversion sealed the Madison Edgewood High School football team’s fate on Oct. 7 in a 42-41 loss to Monona Grove.
A donation from an area nonprofit will help emergency medical responders in Verona and Fitchburg “distract” children from the stressful situations around them while on scene.
For Madison Police Department officer Corey Saffold, “bridging the trust gap” between law enforcement and the greater community is a topic that couldn’t be more worthy of discussion.
Next Christmas might be one of the furthest things from most people’s minds in the early days of the new year, but a Fitchburg family is already thinking of ways to pay it forward after getting a surprise visit from the Dane County Sheriff’s Office last month.
You couldn’t come up with a better sales pitch if you made it up.
A new CAMECA Instruments Inc. building broke ground on Nov. 29 at 5470 Nobel Drive in Fitchburg.
Since late September, Fitchburg has a new place to watch Badgers’ and Packers’ games.
Verona Area School District administrators hope centralizing a group of positions currently governed by school sites will improve consistency.
Choice program information for incoming Verona Area School District kindergarten students began to go out last week, but one determining factor for enrollment in the Two Way Immersion program …
A Verona Area High School group organized toward fighting poverty will hold a clothing drive over the next few weeks.