Children carved pumpkins and fashioned spooky crafts during the Town of Dunn’s fall event on Saturday, Oct. 12. The fall fun preceded the town's belated Arbor Day potluck, canceled last April due to a forecast of heavy snow. The rescheduled community meal featured a monarch butterfly present…

A discussion of problems facing the Village of Oregon related to excessive rains and flooding has been set for next month.

Persistent flooding plaguing the Village of Oregon doesn’t seem to be going away, and some village leaders believe it’s time to get the public involved in figuring out long-term solutions.

Netherwood Road closures resumed again as heavy rains and a stressed watershed required the Village of Oregon to pump water over it from the north.

After reviewing five applications for the vacant Brooklyn Village Board seat, trustees selected former village employee Daniel L. Olson Monday, Sept. 23.

Another year of preparing the village for its future as a mid-sized suburb is likely to mean increased taxes – and a few tough decisions.

Over the past several months, the Oregon Police Department has updated almost 100 of its department policies, including use of force, officer-involved deaths, open records and handling of domestic abuse situations.

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