A man has been arrested following a confrontation with Dane County Sheriff’s deputies in which he attempted to take an officer’s firearm.

Madison International Speedway hasn’t been able to host large enough crowds to have racing, but a “Salute to America” fireworks drive-in event brought in 2,000 people on Friday, June 26.

Seeking to help prevent evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dane County, in partnership with the Tenant Resource Center (TRC), has launched a more than $10 million emergency package, County Executive Joe Parisi announced last week.


When Village of Oregon board president Jeanne Carpenter first dipped her feet into local government, trustee David Donovan was right there to show her the ropes.


The Oregon Village Board’s examination of driver and pedestrian safety at the intersection of Perry Parkway and Janesville Street will resume Monday, July 13, after a four-month interruption.


The village public works department closed North Burr Oak Avenue as a result of near hour-long high intensity rainfall Monday, June 29.

With global protests arising from the death of George Floyd, more local governments are taking a look at their anti-racism and discimination policies.

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