A developer’s unusual approach to winning city approval for an apartment construction proposal went nowhere Tuesday, when members of the Common Council criticized but declined to act on Todd Nelson’s request.
Wal-Mart will not be allowed to provide curbside pickup of beer and liquor to its grocery customers.
If you happen to be flying over the city and a gleaming rooftop catches your eye, chances are it’s from a manufacturing facility in the industrial park.
The Stoughton boys soccer team battled wind and rain Tuesday and dropped a tough 2-1 decision to Watertown to 4-3 in the Badger South.
The Stoughton girls swimming team won three of four events heading into the break Tuesday evening at Monona Grove High School.
Colgate women’s ice hockey sophomore goaltender Liz Auby of Stoughton extended her shutout streak to three games dating back to the 2016-17 with the Raiders 5-0 shutout of the St. Cloud State Huskies.
Andy Fuqua wasn’t sure why he felt the holy spirit tell him “no” late last year to the idea of becoming the lead pastor at Stoughton’s LakeView Church.
Hundreds gathered around the fire department Tuesday for the annual Community Fun Night.
Theater lovers can take a trip back to the ‘60s as Stoughton students will perform the classic Broadway musical, “Bye Bye Birdie.”
A familiar face is returning to the Stoughton Area school board after members voted Monday to appoint former member Frank Sullivan to fill the vacancy created when Sara Rabe resigned last mont…
Students in Stoughton High School’s Culinary Arts 2 class were the first to use the district’s new Google Expeditions kit this school year, taking virtual field trips and lessons from Machu Pi…
Stuck between an unpopular plan and the perils of no plan at all, the Stoughton Area school board agreed Monday night to continue the “Career Ladder” teacher compensation plan, at least until …
Kari Aagerup has been an animal lover her entire life.
Olson Auto Exchange isn’t exactly the same as when it was started four decades ago. That’s not surprising, because neither are brothers John and Jack Olson.
First Choice Dental opened a new clinic in Stoughton at 1300 Nygaard St. on Monday, July 17. The 12,593-square-foot building is the 11th in Dane County for the company.