The public can weigh in on the future of the Jefferson Street pedestrian bridge over the Yahara River next week.
Soon-to-be-placed violent sex offender Ritchie H. Dumer will not be allowed to leave his Town of Rutland home without supervision for at least a one year period and will wear a GPS monitoring device on his ankle for life, county officials said at a community notification meeting on Monday, Aug. 12.
When Todd Barman saw the Aug. 5 public notice that Main Street would be closing for 12 days in front of the business he and his wife run, Stoughton Sweet Shoppe, they contacted the city to find out more.
The Kotlowski cousins are again expected provide a one-two punch looking to keep Stoughton at the top of the Badger South Conference, which starts girls golf play next week.
Stoughton senior Dylan Sperle is a wide receiver for the Vikings. After missing all of last season with a torn ACL in his right knee, Sperle is eager to get back on the field and help the team.
About 90 children ages 6 to 17 had the chance to learn tips from former Wisconsin Badger Frank Kaminsky, who now plays for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns.
Safe Communities Madison-Dane Co. encourages anyone who wants to learn about myths associated with suicide and how to talk about it, to attend the free talk at the Cooksville Community Center.
Guests were able to wonder inside the fields and be surrounded by more than 500,000 sunflowers during the Sunflower Days event at Eugster's Farm in Stoughton.
After the eight hour Stuff The Bus event on Saturday, Aug. 10, $5,654 worth of schools supplies were donated to local children.
The Stoughton Optimists presented scholarships July 9 to three 2019 Stoughton High School graduates for the upcoming fall school year. Jenna Stokes will attend the University of Minnesota to m…
Fox Prairie Elementary School fourth-grader Addyson Sipe is one of only 11 Wisconsin students to be recognized for their artwork by this year’s WEA Member Benefits Student Art Competition. Sip…
While Gov. Tony Evers’ state 2019-20 budget vetoes generally spelled good news for Wisconsin’s public schools, they didn’t provide a cure-all for Stoughton.
The owners of downtown Stoughton’s CBD store said a lot of people in their lives are suffering.
When Stoughton’s lone martial arts school changed hands in December 2014, Matthew Griffey seized the opportunity to step in as head instructor.
Stoughton’s Main Street is less crowded these days, with eight businesses that had been housed there closing in the first half of 2019.