The city has acquired 55 acres of land on southeast side, most of which will be used for future development.
The Landmarks Commission responded to public comments Thursday, Aug. 10, postponing a proposal to recommend the city designate the Highway Trailer building a Local Landmark.
The former Marathon gas station could be the site of new housing soon, after the Common Council approved its sale on Aug. 8 to a local developer.
The STAR swimmers had one of the most successful performances in club history last weekend at the USA Swimming 12 and under Wisconsin State Championships.
Senior Tyler Dow is coming into the 2017-18 school year as a defending WIAA state champion but also as a six-time All-American after finishing runner-up in freestyle and Greco Roman in the USA Wrestling Junior Men’s Nationals in July.
Saturday’s regular season finale could have been viewed as a meaningless game on the way to the bigger things, but don’t tell that to Dave Hanson.
The Stoughton Lions and Lioness Club’s Stuff the Bus fundraiser raised more than $5,000 in cash and school supplies that will help support the Stoughton Area School District during the coming school year.
The Stoughton Public Library wants to help children get a head start on reading, and 16 youngsters completed a program this summer to help do just that.
The Virtual Dementia Tour lasted about 10 minutes each and was designed, for those with full cognition, to understand what the disease of dementia sounds, looks and feels like.
After nearly two years of work, a committee tasked to come up with a new teacher compensation plan for the Stoughton Area School District has reached a standstill.
Even though the school year ended in early June for Stoughton Area School District students, the learning for many continued into the summer.
Looking to better address issues that affect both the city and school district – namely marketing, housing, school enrollment and poverty – leaders for both are forming a joint committee to he…
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.
Every morning, Michelle Moran pulls out her vintage bicycle display and lays rose petals around the entryway of her business, Heirloom Floral.