The first of the elected city officials nearing the end of their terms has announced his intent to run for re-election.
The Capital City Trail has been reopened from Fish Hatchery Road to Seminole Highway.
The City of Fitchburg will hold an open house for the updated comprehensive plan draft this month.
Edgewood seniors Truman teDuits, Nate Frucht, Maeve O’Driscoll, DeeDee Walker and Grace Welch each signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at Earl J. Wilke Gymnasium.
Verona seniors Karl Sutter, Jordan Armstrong, Sara Stewart and Kaitlyn Zuehl each signed their National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at Verona Area High School.
A strong senior class led Madison West to a fourth-place finish at the Division 1 state meet Saturday, Nov. 2, at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.
City of Fitchburg
A handful of people gathered at the Fitchburg Public Library on Oct. 29 for Stop the Bleed training led by Fitch-Rona EMS deputy chief Jeff Dostalek.
As you walk into Redeemer City Church on Fitchburg’s north side, there are no crosses, pictures of Jesus or stained glass windows.
Cosa Boutique opened in Fitchburg on Sunday, Sept. 8, in memory of one of owner Amanda Houdek’s former pediatric clients, named Jocosa.
UW Credit Union opens second branch in Fitchburg
Twenty years seem to have gone by fast for Gymfinity owners J and Stephanie Orkowski.
Verona Area School District has been deemed to “exceed expectations” set by the state Department of Public Instruction.
Glacier Edge Elementary School fourth graders in Mr. Terry’s class celebrated the end of their first writing unit, The Arc of Story: Writing Realistic Fiction with a publishing party.
It’s going to be a long good-bye for Oregon School District superintendent Brian Busler, who last month announced his plans to retire after the school year.
Verona Road weekly updates
Three lanes are open each way on Verona Road (US 18/151) under Williamsburg Way and over County PD! Follow the overhead signs to choose the appropriate exit lane.