A University of Wisconsin-based public charter school is asking the city to rezone its building so classes could begin next summer.
Stories to watch in 2020
Stories of 2019
Edgewood’s Drew Lenz was slow to get up after a hard fall while trying to make a move in the offensive zone midway through overtime against Oregon.
Edgewood 6-foot junior Ella Foti didn’t pick up a basketball until practice started this season after missing last year because of a torn ACL.
The Edgewood boys basketball team closed 2019 with a two-game winning streak, but lost its first two games of the new year.
Bowl for Fire and Rescue
Over the past few weeks, there has been a sudden spike in armed robberies around Fitchburg.
Over the next few years, the state is asking its member libraries to take steps to better listen to underrepresented voices in their communities.
Beginning Wednesday, Jan. 15, Fitchburg youth ages four months through 12 years will have a new option for learning how to swim.
People afflicted with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and other conditions affecting memory can experience an array of harrowing symptoms.
Cosa Boutique opened in Fitchburg on Sunday, Sept. 8, in memory of one of owner Amanda Houdek’s former pediatric clients, named Jocosa.
The start of the 2021-22 school year will bring not only a new superintendent, but a new administrative structure.
Verona Area School District superintendent Dean Gorrell hasn’t yet conceptualized what he’s going to do after he retires on June 30, 2021.
There’s not quite “a million” boxes sitting in the corners of Glacier Edge Elementary School third grade classrooms, as one student estimated last week, but there’s a couple hundred, so it’s p…
Verona Road weekly updates
This is the final weekly update for the 2019 construction season on the Verona Road (US 18/151) Project. Other project email updates will continue during the winter months. On behalf of the pr…