Construction season has been underway for the past few weeks, and as the sunshine paves the way for crews to really dig in, a few more projects are starting next week.
A detached garage was a “total loss” after a fire on Door Creek Road in the Town of Pleasant Springs Sunday, June 9.
About 30,000 rides a year are taken on the city’s shared-ride taxi system, and that workload is going to get a little easier.
Center fielder Chris Lund and left fielder Yonardo Hernedez went a combined 7-for-8, scoring six runs and driving in three runs Sunday to lead Stoughton to a 14-0 win over Cambridge in seven innings.
Stoughton senior Connor Kalinowski was named second-team Badger South All-Conference as a pitcher at the end of last month.
Cade Bunnell can’t wait to get started on his professional baseball career.
Most of what Bill Brue did as a Stoughton EMT on calls in 1979 was “load and go,” without much in the way of medical options to help patients.
The Friends of the Stoughton Public Library will hold their used book sale through this weekend.
Joe Hannibal will give a presentation on “Bringing Norwegian Millstones to America” later this week.
While the clock has run out on this school year, students at Kegonsa Elementary have something fun to look forward to when the new year begins Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Stoughton High School held its 66th annual Honors Night Wednesday, May 15 at the high school Performing Arts Center, with 117 college scholarships totaling $233,550 awarded to 114 graduating seniors.
The Stoughton High School Class of 2019 walked across the stage at Collins Field Sunday, June 2, in front of family and friends at the school’s commencement ceremony.
Child care staff in the babies’ room at Stoughton’s Mariposa Learning Center document about 120 events each day.
Malabar Coast Coffee and Tea appears to have permanently closed, with the inside vestibule stripped of its advertisements, its phone disconnected and website taken down.
After warning its 75 employees that layoffs might be coming in May, Stoughton steel fabricating firm Zalk Josephs was able to give some good news Friday, April 19.