After two years of fundraising, there will not be fireworks for the Fourth of July in the Village of Brooklyn this year.
Rain boots aren’t typical golf attire, but if you’ve tried to play a round at Foxboro Golf Course in the past few years, you might have wished you had a pair.
Oregon is one of many communities across Dane County still recovering from last year’s flooding, and nowhere is that more apparent here than the Rotary Bike Trail, which has a large portion that is submerged and unrecoverable. A permanent fix is expected to cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Police warned Oregon residents to “lock your car and secure your houses” after a young man was spotted trying to enter cars on the 700 block of Dunn Ave. the morning of Sunday, May 26.
A lack of childcare in the village has left some parents “in tears” when looking for arrangements for their kids, Journey Above Childcare owner Jenny Cifuentes told the Village Board Monday night.
The Oregon-Brooklyn American Legion Post 160/VFW Post 10272 honor guard will once again travel to three communities Monday, May 27, to lead Memorial Day ceremonies.
Area firefighters spent nearly an hour searching for the source of a hidden fire, the smoke of which filled the inside of Ace’s Main Tap on Friday, May 17.
- Red Cross recognizes resident for blood donations
- Planning director search reopened
- Neighbors wary of library parking lots
- Village settles age discrimination case
- Ice arena liquor license delayed
- Downtown building to revamp facade
- Kwik Trip robbed Tuesday morning
- Two decades in Oregon for Gracz
- Dorn redevelopment returns
- Man crashes into 2 parked vehicles, enters home with firearm
- Carpenter eyes large targets: workforce housing, business park
- Carpenter sworn in as Village of Oregon president
- 40-foot shed engulfed in flames in Town of Dunn, no injuries
- Dunn, Brooklyn receive county grants
- Crew recognized after South Burr Oak fire
- Thysse TIF approved
- Dunn’s Arbor Day potluck April 27
- Man arrested for possession of child pornography
- Springer: communication, economic development key
- Vruwink’s focus: schools and student debt
- Finish line in sight for Thysse TIF deal
- Flooding victims ask for help
- MIS fee scrapped
- Annual meeting set for April 16
- None injured in Sunday evening home fire
- Nonprofit zoning change on commission agenda
- Garage fire extinguished in minutes
- Public to share input on new library April 8, 10
- Springer voted in as Brooklyn village president
- Rutland, Brooklyn have contested races
- Daycare expansion up for review
- Optimists and Masons donate wheelchair-accessible swings
- ‘Amazon effect’ leads to stricter enforcement on recycling