Just before she was appointed to the city’s Police and Fire Commission last month, Rosa Aguilu listened as alders discussed her credentials.
The City of Fitchburg is accepting applications for the community garden at Swan Creek Park, 5175 E. Cheryl Pkwy. The garden is the first one of its kind in the city’s park system, according to a news release.
Fitchburg can add another 5K to its growing list of activity-based fundraisers that have moved to the city in recent years.
There will be plenty of youth sports action around Wisconsin in the next several months from now until the end of summer. Youth athletes from baseball, softball, basketball, golf, wrestling, soccer and volleyball clubs will compete to earn skills and knowledge and have simply to have fun.
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.
The weather did not cooperate with Fitchburg Days Friday, May 19, through Sunday, May 21, but by Sunday afternoon there was no rain in the forecast and families came out to enjoy the carnival.
Hundreds descended upon McGaw Park for the annual Easter egg hunt. Children were able to participate in one of three egg hunts. They also were able to meet the Easter bunny and explore firetrucks. At left, Ana Rivera, 2, from Fitchburg, sneaks away from her mom before the Easter egg hunt beg…
Learn about the city’s past from the seat of a bicycle during the annual Fitchburg Agriculture Route bike tour Saturday, May 20.
While “Perennial” is the name of her business, Meg Sirchia won’t be offering clients the same experience they had the year before.
More than 60 businesses were showcased during the Fitchburg Chamber’s spring business expo at the Fitchburg Community Center on April 6.
Soon after he moved to Michigan a few years ago, Victor Baeten knew he wanted to transition from the corporate side of Pet Supplies Plus into owning a franchised store. He felt it would offer …
A recent effort to help pay off overdue lunch accounts in the Verona Area School District has raised more than $1,300.
Despite the rainy weather this weekend, a group of Verona Area High School students spent their Saturday and part of Sunday camped out in the Miller and Sons Supermarket parking lot.
Stoner Prairie Elementary School students will likely have a new kiln for their pottery work next school year.
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Construction work on most major highway projects throughout the state will be suspended during the three-day Memorial Day weekend to help travelers reach their destination safely and efficient…