Former Common Council president Tim Swadley was sworn-in as the city’s mayor for the next four years Tuesday, April 17, during the council’s 2018 reorganization meeting.
The mostly residential phase of Kettle Park West has a chance to become reality with three-way agreement the Common Council accepted last week.
The Stoughton Courier Hub won six statewide newspaper awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.
Stoughton boys track and field had two of its school senior relay records broken Thursday at the Mount Horeb quad.
Stoughton girls track and field had eight individuals and two relays finish in the top three Thursday at the Mount Horeb quad.
Stoughton boys tennis won three of four singles matches but were unable to secure a decisive fourth match in a 4-3 loss Thursday against Monroe.
More than 190 years later, the original Sloopers are still making a statement.
Skaalen Nursing and Rehabilitation Center hosted a cooking class for kids Saturday.
Several Stoughton agencies have planned community discussions to address drug and alcohol abuse in the community.
With extraordinary growth on the way that could increase district enrollment by 50 percent by the time this year’s kindergarteners graduate from OHS, the district is planning for a likely fall…
The students, visitors and staff of Kegonsa Elementary School now have a better chance of surviving a cardiac arrest than in the past.
Taking Advanced Placement courses in high school isn’t easy, but it makes a lot of sense.
Goodwill opened its doors to shoppers on Friday, March 16.
They might be changing the manufacturing world as we know it, though you wouldn’t know it by the modest surroundings at the 211 Water Street facility that’s part garage, part science lab.
The Pancake Cafe will join Dunkin’ Donuts as another breakfast spot at Kettle Park West.