The Oregon Village Board has been talking about a civic campus for more than a year and has had its eyes on a specific spot for the library for about half that time.
New employees at the Oregon Fire Department have been asked by the Oregon Observer to answer the following questions to allow the community to get to know them.
The Oregon Observer office is moving May 1, but we won’t be going far.
Oregon athletic director Mike Carr will be one of four officials making their National Football League debuts during the 2017 season, according to a story posted on the NFL official-focused we…
Corey Sielaff announced her resignation from the Oregon High School girls basketball varsity head coaching position earlier this week.
The Oregon High School girls soccer team won the WIAA Division 2 state title in 2015 and added a state runner-up finish last season.
Country western singer Maggie Mae and the Heartland Country Band will be back in Oregon for a military tribute concert on Saturday, April 29 at Oregon High School. The community concert, spons…
The Oregon Community Resource Network is holding a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Oregon Area Food Pantry building at 4 p.m. Monday, April 24.
Wayne the Wizard performed magic tricks with Boy Scout pack and troop members and their families on Saturday, April 15, at Brooklyn Elementary School. Some scouts were invited on stage to perf…
If you ever need a good attorney, you might want to look up an Oregon High School graduate.
If you think road construction season lasts a long time, just ask Oregon Middle School staff and students about the nearly two years of projects that just wrapped up.
Panthers vs. Cancer is sponsoring a trivia night fundraiser for students and the community from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 20.
More than 30 businesses will showcase their goods and services during the annual Spring Business Expo at Firefly Coffeehouse, 114 N. Main St., from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 27.
The Village Board Monday met with the owners of two businesses that sell alcohol to discuss illegal sales they have made to underage customers.
Sienna Crest Assisted Living celebrated 20 years in business last month, a feat that founder Sue White credits to their consistent service.