The Village Board is considering buying a vacant church property on North Main Street for a municipal building, but trustees first want to know more about the cost to taxpayers.
The Village Board Monday cleared the way for a redevelopment project at the Dorn Hardware site at the corner of West Richards Road and North Main Street.
The Oregon Area Fire/EMS District has an interim leader after the Sept. 14 swearing in of Glenn Linzmeier.
The Oregon High School girls golf team finished 4-1 in the Badger South Conference after Thursday’s 195-216 win at Koshkonong Mounds Country Club against Fort Atkinson.
Zoe Frank continued to lead the Oregon girls cross country team last week, finishing 37th overall at the 60th annual Smiley Invitational.
Members of the Oregon Chapter 163 of Ducks Unlimited will soon celebrate their 30th anniversary, and they’re hoping to prompt some more conservation-minded folks to join along.
Members of the Oregon Area Historical Society have organized what they believe is the first walking tour of the village’s historic district.
Clara Culver-Lutz, 7, bikes home from Netherwood Knoll Elementary School, where she is in second grade, before a round of storms rolled through Monday afternoon.
Fifty years after students first attended classes there, Oregon High School is bigger and better than ever.
Homecoming at Oregon High School is set for Friday, Sept. 23 – culminating a week full of fun activities for students and staff alike.
The Oregon School District pool staff had to cancel a weekend swim class due to a lack of qualified instructors.
Over the last few years, motorists cruising along Hwy. 14 may have noticed the transformation of about 45 acres of farmland at the corner of County Road MM near Oregon and Fitchburg.
For years, a candy company has famously promoted the serendipitous combination of chocolate and peanut butter as the ideal accidental taste combination.
An Italian restaurant lasted less than one year at the former Holstein Restaurant location in the Village of Brooklyn.