Last October, the Village Board granted the Oregon Ice Arena a temporary license to sell beer and wine during Wisconsin Whalers’ games against league opponents.
Maria’s Pizza will be closed until further notice, according to a post from the restaurant’s Facebook page.
Although it voted Monday to deny three insurance claims relating to sewer backups, the Village Board appears poised to pay for damages.
Oregon boys tennis closed out the Badger South dual meet season with a 5-1 record last week, picking up wins over Stoughton and Milton.
John Klus finished with a 79 Tuesday at the Badger South Conference meet at the House on the Rock Golf Resort in Spring Green.
Oregon girls track and field coach Ned Lease stood on a bench in the shadow of Monona Grove goalpost well past the conclusion of Tuesday’s Badger South Conference track and field meet.
Oregon High School has been the center of quite a bit of construction, and the public is invited to come check out the work that’s been done.
The Brooklyn area McNeely family will host the 38th annual Green County Breakfast on the Farm later this month.
First Presbyterian Church is holding a community-wide picnic at its church grounds, 408 N. Bergamont Blvd., on Sunday, May 21.
It was hot Tuesday inside Oregon Middle School’s new greenhouse, where science teachers Nathan Mahr and Tim Paneitz helped students transplant and water plants.
More than 300 eighth-graders from Oregon Middle School arrived at Lerner Conservation Park in shifts on Monday, May 15, to help Oregon Rotary Club members tackle projects for their annual rest…
Fifteen Oregon High School artists were honored last month for their artwork submitted to the annual U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Junior Federal Duck Stamp competition.
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.
More than 30 businesses showcased their goods and services during the Oregon Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Spring Business Expo at Firefly Coffeehouse on April 27.