People over the age of 5 in Dane County will be required to wear face coverings indoors, starting 8 a.m. Monday, July 13, unless they are at home.
Dane County’s eighth – and third largest – dog park will soon have a home in Oregon and Brooklyn residents’ backyards.
The Oregon Village Board’s examination of driver and pedestrian safety at the intersection of Perry Parkway and Janesville Street will resume next week.
For months, Ellen McCorkle hasn’t been able to get in a gym to work on her jump shot with teammates.
As podcasts have become more popular in mainstream culture, so too has looking at the game of baseball through a mental perspective.
The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association announced Friday, June 26, that its annual All-Star Games have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Oregon Public Library has put together an anti-racism book list, which includes 22 titles.
Coding class for juniors
The Oregon Area Food Pantry has become equipped with resources allowing guests expanded access to its services amid the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis.
When teachers in the Oregon School District want students to experience the variety of nature in forests and prairies, they soon won’t have to travel far.
Oregon High School’s Class of 2020 has graduated, but still hasn’t been able to enjoy a ceremony.
If Brian Busler had to pick out a bumper sticker to sum up his soon-to-be realized retirement, he’d have a tough choice – “I’d rather be fishing” or “I’d rather be teaching.”
We have attempted to be as thorough as possible, but situations were still changing as of our print deadline, and not all businesses were available when we attempted contact.
Charlie’s on Main has remained closed, continuing to offer curbside pickup services and online ordering even as the county enters into Phase 2 of the Forward Dane reopening plan.
Two Oregon clinics will resume offering services to patients amid the Forward Dane plan, which entered Phase 1 on May 26.