Regardless of how badly chef Dave Heide wants to open Lilliana’s Restaurant for dine-in, he’s holding back.
The City of Fitchburg is trying to make it easier for its local businesses to bring in revenue and stay afloat as COVID-19 restrictions gradually ease in Dane County.
A Massachusetts-based biotech company with a lab in Fitchburg is helping researchers uncover the genetic code for the virus that causes COVID-19.
Ever since the state ordered all non-essential businesses to shut down March 25 to curb the spread of COVID-19, there’s been a debate over what is essential.
The construction of a Fitchburg brewpub is still mostly on track for a summer opening, despite operational changes during the state’s ongoing “Safer at Home” order.
Normally, the Fitchburg Chamber of Commerce hosts expos, networking parties and community events to promote local business multiple times a month.
As the novel coronavirus has made its way around the planet, so too has the effort to understand how the disease spreads and who develops immunity to it.
When Patricia Wooldridge’s young son took piano lessons through Oregon’s Academy of Sound, she observed his newfound passion for music.
It’s a trying time for individuals and families whose incomes have dwindled, making them unsure about how they will put their next meal on the table.
What began as a small freelance business in 2000 is celebrating two decades of growth — and serving its community.
Sisters and Dwellings co-owners Julie Umhoefer and Jenny Haley have one goal in mind – to help their clients make their houses into dream homes.