Jefferson Street will be closed near downtown beginning May 4 as part of a three-part project to improve the road and nearby North Burr Oak.
This summer’s construction along Jefferson Street will cause plenty of headaches, and the Village of Oregon wants to be sure parking isn’t one of them.
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.
The Oregon High School boys golf team fell to 0-4 in the Badger South Tuesday with a 164-184 loss to the rival Vikings at Stoughton Country Club.
Senior Hudson Kugel won one event and scored points in two others Friday to help the Oregon boys track and field team finish seventh out of the 12 teams competing at the Sun Prairie Invitational.
Junior Alexis Jackson turned it on when she had to Friday at the Sun Prairie Invitational.
Author Kathleen Ernst discussed American Girl books at a tea party program hosted at the senior center on April 8. Children were invited to dress up and bring their American Girl dolls for a p…
With summer approaching, food and craft vendors are preparing for their return of the Oregon farmers market.
Two medical professionals will answer questions about healthcare during a community open mic hosted by Oregon Area Progressives.
No drugs were found on the Oregon Middle or High school campuses last week during the second random K-9 search of the school year.
Not everyone gets hugs and thank-you signs when they show up to work in the morning, but that’s one of the advantages of Oregon High School’s School to Career program.
As the Oregon School Board added two new members Monday night, the board also looked ahead to the 2017-18 school year, approving just over $1 million in costs for new teachers and support staff.
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.