North Burr Oak Avenue at Jefferson Street will be closed for roadway construction beginning Thursday, July 20. The closure will also include the currently closed portions of Jefferson Street f…
If the Oregon Public Library Board’s wishes are met, the village will have a new 35,000-square-foot library in the spring of 2020 on North Main Street.
The Village of Oregon will celebrate its new designation as a “Dementia Friendly Community” before an upcoming community concert.
The Oregon Home Talent team fell 4-0 Sunday at first-place Mount Horeb/Pine Bluff.
The Oregon Senior Legion team won all three games last week, crushing Madison Edgewood 15-1 on July 11 and sweeping Madison Memorial 2-1 and 3-0 Monday.
The Oregon 11U, 12U and 13U tournaments were held Friday through Sunday at various fields around Oregon, including Kiser, Faust, Statz and the varsity field.
Oregon School District Community Education and Recreation will hold public classes for children and adults in July and August. Class fees include all materials.
Members of the Brooklyn Mighty Mites 4-H Club participated in a project to sort over two years worth of battery collections for recycling at the Town of Brooklyn Recycling Center on July 11.
The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art had their “Art Cart” and artist helpers at Waterman Triangle Park on Saturday, leading a group of kids on a variety of art adventures under sunny skies. …
After a summer of hard work, sweat and perhaps an occasional leaky spit valve, Oregon School District marching bands are offering a free concert.
Brooklyn’s Mariah Martin, a 2014 Oregon High School graduate and current UW-Madison student, was one of 10 Dane County students who received a $1,000 scholarship from the Dane County Dairy Pro…
Graduating from high school is a traditional, treasured rite of passage for teenagers, but sometimes those plans can get derailed.
The internet is flooded with videos showing unlikely animal friendships, but different breeds sometimes need their own spaces.
The Oregon Area Food Pantry and Oregon Community Resource Network held a ceremonial groundbreaking for the site of the new food pantry building next to People’s United Methodist Church on April 24.
Old National Bank is sponsoring a “Choose Your Charity” giveaway to benefit local nonprofit organizations.