Stoughton has become the first “no hit zone” city in Dane County. On all city properties and in all city facilities, city staff and others are encouraged to intervene and stop people from striking another person, regardless of their relationship.
With a court’s approval last week of the city’s offer to purchase the MillFab property, the Common Council acted to prepare for initial steps leading to a major redevelopment project.
It’s hard to fool Cindy McGlynn.
Team bonding. Top competition.
After a tough start, the Stoughton girls tennis earned its first win Saturday at the Watertown Quad, shutting out Janesville Parker 7-0.
Stoughton girls swimming returns to Division 2 this season after competing among some of the state’s fastest teams in the Middleton section for nearly two decades.
Veteran journalist John Morton has joined Unified Newspaper Group as a reporter and photographer.
The Stoughton Heritage Garden Club has chosen the home of Judy and Darrell Wrolstad at 605 Christiansen Way as the August Yard of the Month.
Typically accustomed to the high humidity and temperatures of the dog days of summer, Stoughton Chamber of Commerce executive director Laura Trotter said the weather for this year’s Coffee Break Festival – mild, with spotty, light rain – made it “a great day for coffee” in Mandt Park Saturda…
When it comes to educating kids, keeping them safe is the first priority.
New security measures taking effect this fall around the Stoughton Area School District include a new visitor sign-in system and locked school doors.
The Stoughton Area school board is seeking a new member.
A locally owned family business is going strong after its first year in operation.
Stoughton added another restaurant to its popular Main Street dining roster when China King opened early last month on Division Street next to Rev. Jim’s Saloon.
In January, Tricia Suess took over for Laura Trotter in an interim capacity as events coordinator at the Stoughton Chamber of Commerce.