The power plant building on Fourth Street is now eligible to be registered on the State and National Register of Historic Places.
Stoughton Police Department stopped a fleeing stolen vehicle on the night of Monday, Aug. 19 on Hwy 51, according to a news release from Stoughton Police Department.
After four months of courting developers for its riverfront project, the City of Stoughton Redevelopment Authority is preparing to receive a detailed proposal from the only remaining interested party.
A combination of well-placed hits by Evansville and errors by Stoughton put the Merchants in a hole they simply couldn’t climb out of Sunday, Aug. 18 in the Southeast Section championship game.
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.
Seeking to enhance public safety and deter impaired driving, Wisconsin law enforcement agencies will patrol in greater numbers for longer hours during the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, which began Aug. 16 and continues through Labor Day on Sept. 2.
Stoughton hosted its annual celebration of the coffee break this weekend at Mandt Park.
The Stoughton Heritage Garden Club chose the home of Brent Eastabrooks and Todd Cieslak as the 2019 July Yard of the Month, located at 1780 Skyline Drive.
Sometimes, the placement of a single word can make all the difference.
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…
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.