Looking for a change of pace and some new perspective, the Common Council voted Tuesday to not reappoint two members of the city’s Redevelopment Authority and one from the Planning Commission at the annual council reorganization meeting.
Electric rates for Stoughton Utilities’ average residential customers increased by $1.38 monthly (1.39 percent) in March, as authorized by the Public Service Commission.
Looking to add public safety improvements in areas of need, Dane County is adding three outdoor warning sirens in lower income neighborhoods later this month, including one in Stoughton.
Senior David Graffin made personal history Thursday in the Monona Grove Invitational at The Oaks Golf Course.
The Stoughton High School girls track and field team finished with two relay titles and three individual titles en route to 70.5 points Tuesday in a Badger South Conference quad at Stoughton High School.
The Stoughton High School boys track and field team took three individual titles and also claimed the 4x100 relay Tuesday in a Badger South Conference quad at Stoughton High School.
Megan Leick, a volunteer, collected donations for Kegonsa Elementary School from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 8. Gently used clothing and household items were collected to be donated to Savers in return for $.20 per pound to the school. The money is then collected to fund school activities.
The Henry Vilas Zoo visited the senior center on Friday, April 22, and brought along exotic critters to show during its “Zoo to You” educational program.
With a focus on community, economic and environmental sustainability, Sustainable Stoughton will host the first annual Earth Day Expo featuring more than 30 local businesses, artists and organizations.
If you’re going to ask more than 100 people to spend eight hours of the nicest Saturday of 2017 inside a high school cafeteria, it had better be for a good reason.
In hockey terminology, the Stoughton School Board has had a shift change.
Stoughton High School juniors Haley Nordstrom and Josie Asleson read to Fox Prairie students during last month’s “Read Across America” event, celebrated nationwide.
Halverson’s Supper Club has closed.
Pick ‘n Save stores everywhere are undergoing a facelift, including in Stoughton.
Kathy Jo Vike and Dave Eugster didn’t start out with a business plan when they bought the former Water’s Edge bar. The Stoughton natives weren’t even sure they wanted to open a bar and restaurant.