The intersection of Jefferson and Ash streets will be closed Monday, Aug. 21, for pavement replacement.
The Oregon Village Board agenda for Monday’s meeting includes a recommended motion to “conditionally designate” the former Methodist Church property on North Main Street as the site for a new …
The Village Board last week directed the village attorney to begin collection actions for about $600 from a former police officer who resigned in March after less than a year on the job.
Izzy Block, 12, Finnley Conklin, 10, and Hunter Dobrinsky, 12, joined elite swimmers on Team Wisconsin to participate in the United States Central Zone Championship Swim Meet held in Pleasant …
The Oregon High School girls golf team opened the 2017 season Friday at Yahara Hills Golf Course in the WPGA/Madison Edgewood Invitational.
The Oregon High School girls golf team returns four of five starters from last season’s team state qualifier.
The Oregon Police Department will hold the 4th annual Putts for Paws golf outing Saturday, Aug. 26.
The Oregon Lions and Lioness Club’s Stuff the Bus fundraiser raised more than $8,500 in cash and school supplies that will help support the Oregon School District during the coming school year.
Volunteers with Anderson Park Friends Inc. gathered at Anderson Farm County Park, 914 Union Road, to work on the ongoing prairie and forest restoration Aug. 12.
The table was full at Oregon High School’s Innovation Center Monday night, as Village Board members sat in for a joint session with the Oregon School Board.
Random drug dog sweeps of Oregon High School and Oregon Middle School, their parking lots and surrounding streets will continue next school year.
After a summer of hard work, sweat and perhaps an occasional leaky spit valve, Oregon School District marching bands are offering a free concert.
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.