An inmate being transported by City of Fitchburg police was taken into custody after shots were fired at UW Hospital.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to grow more real to Fitchburg residents, businesses and other organizations have been adapting to what seems like new realities every day.
City of Fitchburg fire department chief Joe Pulvermacher has been working for months on a basic emergency response plan that outlined the hierarchy of authority for the city and the role of emergency operations.
Next week, Alders will consider whether or not to give Fitchburg’s mayor the power to spend up to $250,000 on emergencies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Voters in the City of Fitchburg’s 3rd Aldermanic District will have a choice to make between an incumbent running for their first full term, and a newcomer in April.