One of Madison Metro Transit’s weekend bus routes through the City of Fitchburg has been adjusted to add one area and eliminate another.
The homework club and after-school program that’s served King James area youth since fall 2016 will be meeting in a new, temporary location over the summer months.
With the No. 2 seed in its sectional secured, the Regents are ready to make some noise in the in WIAA Division I baseball playoffs this week.
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.
The Fitchburg Flea Market kicked off its summer season at a new location on Sunday, June 4, at Gorman Wayside Veterans Memorial Park, 2377 S. Fish Hatchery Road, just south of Irish Lane.
In an effort to promote community-building in three underserved areas, the city is offering grants for educational or interactive neighborhood activities.
Habitat for Humanity of Dane County volunteers have been busy this spring with new housing developments in the City of Fitchburg.
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 …
Verona Area school board members will discuss allowing parents to rank their choice of charter schools in future years.
More than a dozen people came to the Fitchburg Public Library June 14 for a “lively discussion” with Verona Area school board members during the board’s first “listening session.”
Two Verona Area High School students were among the six winners of a statewide writing contest through the Aldo Leopold Foundation.
Verona Road weekly updates
Despite the recent wet weather, crews continue to make great progress on the construction activities for the Verona Road (US 18/151) Project. Check out some of the informational posts and pict…