Looking to police the city with more focus, Fitchburg cops are ready to pull the trigger on the purchase and implementation of body-worn cameras for all officers.
A man was hospitalized with critical injuries after a home explosion in the 5500 block of Cheryl Drive around 6:40 p.m. Thursday, Fitchburg Fire Department chief Joe Pulvermacher reported.
A Fitchburg man who police say shot both a man and his aunt in July was charged Monday for attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
The Edgewood football team is back on the field, looking to bounce back following a season that saw them win three straight to make the playoffs where they lost to La Crosse Logan in the Level 1 game of the WIAA playoffs last fall.
The Madison West football team is in high spirits after a disappointing 2015 season where the Regents only win came against a winless Beloit Memorial squad.
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Veteran journalist John Morton has joined Unified Newspaper Group as a reporter and photographer.
The Fitchburg Center Farmers Market hosts a number of events through the summer and fall seasons, and celebrated the former on Thursday, Aug. 18 during its Summer Fest event. In addition to browsing through the market's diverse selection of produce, baked and handmade goods and more, attende…
It's that time of year again: Parents and kids celebrated the end of summer before school began the next week at the Fitchburg Technology Campus' annual Back-To-School Block Party on Thursday, Aug. 25.
Wayward Apple Gifts lives its niche to the core with its seemingly unusual name.
A Pet Supplies Plus store expects to open in early December near Gold’s Gym on Hardrock Road in the Orchard Pointe development.
The empty Fitchburg building on South Fish Hatchery Road near East Cheryl Parkway has served as various restaurants – some successful, some not – for more than a couple of decades.
Despite the initial sticker shock at a potential $200 million April 2017 referendum, Verona Area school board members re-established their support for such an option at a Monday board retreat …
Students had to wait in long lines last week to change their schedules at Verona Area High School.
Verona Area School District officials are sure parents have questions about the rollout of iPads for every student this school year, and they hope to answer them at a series of parent informat…