The municipalities that make up the Brooklyn Fire and EMS District will meet again March 1 as they hope to work out an agreement on a new district contract.
A Fitchburg man was arrested Friday night for what police say would be his 8th OWI offense, according to an Oregon Police Department news release.
The driver in the fatal hit-and-run accident that killed a 33-year-old Town of Oregon bicyclist last August pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to two charges.
The Oregon High School boys basketball team will need to go through Monroe and top-seeded Waunakee if the Panthers are going to win a regional title this season.
Parker Ehn-Howland is one step closer to making the podium at state after winning the 170-pound title Saturday in the WIAA Division 1 Janesville Craig sectional.
Oregon senior Jake Larsen spent less than a minute competing in his final WIAA Division 1 state swimming meet, but ended his prep career on a high point.
After nearly a year of planning and construction, the Habitat for Humanity house along Janesville Street is almost ready for Elvira Rodriguez and her three children to move into.
Oregon Rotarian Uriah Carpenter samples Babcock Hall Juustoleipa, a cheese that is served warm, during the Oregon Rotary Cheese and Wine Tasting event Feb. 18, at the Gorman Building. The eigh…
Cruz Breon, 5, and Evelyn Walker, 4, run around in their T-shirts on a lawn no longer covered in snow near South Perry Parkway and Union Road in 60-degree weather Monday. Unusually warm temper…
When it comes to growth, it’s all about finding the right balance.
Oregon High School’s upcoming production of “The Matchmaker” should strike a chord with fans of the musical “Hello, Dolly!”, as the 1955 comedy spawned the latter nine years after its Broadway debut.
Local law enforcement continues to investigate one “stranger danger” incident earlier this month involving Oregon School District students, but they say another is not suspicious.
For Jessica Wackett, it’s more than just a homecoming for her new business; it’s a chance to continue an Oregon tradition she can’t wait to be a part of.
Pizza for breakfast?
Wille Enterprises owner Brad Wille plans to construct a 15,000-square-foot truck repair shop in the Alpine Business Park this year.