The Common Council last week voted to waive an environmental assessment and instead close on the purchase of the MillFab property on the Yahara River before the end of the year.
A bike lane on Kings Lynn Road – that some residents have complained leads nowhere – will remain in place after the council voted unanimously last week to keep it, along with restricted parking where the lane exists.
State Hwy. 138 reopened at the end of last week after two months of construction to add a roundabout and other improvements near the Kettle Park West development.
For the first time since 2002, the Stoughton High School volleyball team will bring some hardware home in the Badger South Conference.
Stoughton’s girls cross country traveled to the Baertschi Invitational in Albany on Saturday where they finished near the middle of the pack.
The Stoughton High School boys cross country team traveled to Albany on Saturday for the Baertschi Farm Invitational without two of its top runners and placed third.
Two nonprofits, Eyes of Hope and Stoughton United Ministries, will hold a community celebration from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, at Stoughton United Methodist Church, 525 Lincoln Ave.
Like many students, DeeDee Bouzek found herself at a crossroads during her college years. Confronted with a choice to pursue a degree in elementary education or to continue with her passion for theater, Bouzek – inspired by a childhood and adolescence spent “falling in love with the whole th…
Few topics were off limits when the Stoughton VFW Post No. 328 hosted a comedy night fundraiser for the Stoughton Area Veterans Memorial Park Saturday, Oct. 15, with comedians Mike Mercury and Dan Deibert.
University of Wisconsin Badgers football players P.J. Rosowski and Alec Ingold visited River Bluff Middle School Oct. 4 to talk about the importance of literacy. The pair talked about their fa…
Fox Prairie Elementary School was full of kids and families after hours last Thursday as they came out for the school’s carnival. The event featured a dunk tank, face paint, bouncy houses and …
About 75 people participated in the fourth annual Stoughton Sports Booster Club Viking Trek starting at Stoughton High School on Sunday, Oct. 2.
The City of Stoughton’s largest employer will get a bit larger soon when an expansion of its Stoughton Parts Sales warehouse opens early next year.
Forty years ago, Craig and Nancy Fuller mortgaged their house.
A new upscale bar and restaurant opened on Water Street two weeks ago where the Water’s Edge used to operate downtown on the Yahara River.