The Fitchburg Common Council has eight alders again.
Coming up with a budget proposal within levy limits is “going to be a struggle” this year, finance director Misty Dodge told the Common Council Aug. 13.
Unified Newspaper Group lost a rising star this past weekend.
The Badger Conference is raising regular-season admission to athletic events from $4 to $5, affecting Oregon High School.
Madison West has hired new coaches in girls golf, girls volleyball and boys soccer.
When many teenagers are still in bed during the summer, Verona Area High School senior Kaitlyn Zuehl and her younger sister, sophomore Kenzie, take turns waking each other up to get to the pool by 6:30 a.m. for swim practice.
Art lovers can do more than buy art at the Agora Art Fair this year – they can watch it be made.
The second annual Fitchburg Festival of Speed was held on Saturday, July 13, at Agora. The event involved criterium races for cyclists, a 5K run, a fun run for kids, children’s entertainment and two live music performances as the day carried on.
Local reporters invite Fitchburg residents to bring their story ideas and concerns to the Star’s upcoming “Coffee With a Reporter.”
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.
Fitchburg is home to just one outdoor community pool — though a local health club is about to change that.
A pair of Verona Area School District staff members will bring lessons from around the world to district classrooms later this year.
Summer break is short this year in the Verona Area School District, but Mother Nature might have its own plans.
Determining new attendance area boundaries last month was the most time-consuming and public decision the school board has had to make for planning the opening of the district’s new high schoo…