Stoughton resident Steve Fortney, a prolific author of novels, stories, essays and poetry, has just published his first collection of poems, “To The Lake.”
The Common Council is looking for applicants to serve in a vacant alder seat in District 1.
The Common Council election in April will have contested races in three of the city’s four aldermanic districts.
Conner Clark swam three 100 butterflies Saturday at the College Events invite and finished in the top five of each for the Stoughton boys swimming team.
Stoughton girls basketball came into Friday’s Badger South game at Watertown looking to show improvement against a zone defense following a loss to Janesville Craig on Dec. 28.
Stoughton boys hockey won three straight Badger South games in overtime last week to move into third place in the conference. Austin Sieling had two game-winning goals against Monona Grove, and James Hanson had the game-tying goal and the game-winner last week against Monroe.
In the age of $999 smartphones with facial recognition and fingerprint scanners, it can be overwhelming to try to sort out the mechanics.
If people want to get involved in how county parks operate in the next five years, there are two opportunities coming up later this month.
Primal Strength and Fitness owner Jimmy Brooks partnered with the Stoughton Area Resource Team to hold the annual Squats for Tots event Dec. 16.
Ask anyone who’s ever parented a child or worked with one – there’s no one magic formula to get them to behave.
Through the generosity of the Stoughton area, thousands of books are on their way to Houston to be donated to school children there who were affected by hurricane Harvey last summer.
With winter weather’s arrival, the Stoughton Area School District is reminding parents and guardians about its winter weather protocols.
A new dental business that opened in July boasts about having a local connection in Dr. Steve Dow, an area native who returned to run the company’s Stoughton office.
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.