A Fitchburg author’s decades-long battle saving her son from his drug and alcohol addictions is the heart of her new book published in March.


Fitchburg Senior Center patrons were able to enjoy food from Fitchburg-based coffee cafe Oasis without leaving their cars on Wednesday, June 17.

Sue Easterday is a citizen member of the Fitchburg Parks Commission. She and other members of the commission were seeking a way to work with nature rather than against it at Byrne Park, 2535 Richardson St.


For author Sarah J. Carlson, her background in psychology helps her understand how the brain works and how people process information, which helps with getting into her characters’ heads.


Even with a health crisis that has incentivised a community to remain at home, the Swan Creek Community Garden remains at capacity for growers — with a 10 person waitlist.

The Fitchburg outdoor farmers market returned for the season Thursday, May 7.

Fitchburg Family Pharmacy administered tuberculosis tests to University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy students in April, allowing them to begin practicing medicine in an era where they are needed more than ever.

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