The Village of Oregon is seeking state approval for a $1.5 million well project that would serve new development on the west side.
Richard MacDonald will step down from his position as Stoughton’s library director at the end of March 2019 after eight years in the post.
The Oregon Village Board unanimously adopted the 2019 budget at Monday’s meeting, which provides for an $87.91 increase in taxes on an average home, revised down from a preliminary budget that…
Pushing the pace is one area Oregon girls basketball coach Adam Wamsley harps on with his team.
Inside linebacker John Klus was named to the WFCA All-Region team.
Youth doesn’t come without its share of struggles. The Oregon/Belleville girls swimming team has struggled with numbers and the program has struggled to qualify for state since moving to the f…
Randy Glysch’s South Main neighborhood is proud of its history. And he recognized for years there wasn’t a way to show that pride. He took that as a sign.
People’s United Methodist and Hillcrest Bible Church are hosting public events for Thanksgiving.
Emilie Heidemann has joined the staff of Unified Newspaper Group.
After voters overwhelmingly supported $46 million in Oregon School District referendums last Tuesday, district officials are looking to finalize two land deals later this month.
More than 100 Oregon School District students helped audiences travel to the Land of Oz last weekend.
Voters in the Oregon School District overwhelmingly approved two referendums Tuesday to fund a new K-6 elementary school in Fitchburg.
Dozens of customers came to Firefly Coffeehouse and Artisan Cheese on Tuesday, Oct. 16, to check out the Fall Business Expo.
The owners of Peaceful Heart Gifts and Books in downtown Oregon celebrated 15 years in business last year and decided it was time to renovate two facades of their South Main Street building.
When Ashley Thornton told people her plan after graduating from Elite Nail School, she had a lot of doubters.