The owners of a building at 305-315 E. Main Street say they feel “stuck” and have no options about what to do with a structure they planned to demolish.
City officials agreed last week to seek specific proposals before deciding whether the Highway Trailers complex should be demolished or restored.
The Kettle Park West developer and city officials are getting closer to an agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for an access point to Hwy. 138 from the development’s second phase.
Stoughton girls tennis finished out the Badger South Conference dual meet season with two wins last week. The Vikings also had a couple of tough matches in the Badger Conference/Big Eight Challenge.
Freshman Sofia Bormett won the 200 and 100-yard freestyles Saturday at the Milton Invitational to help the Stoughton girls swimming team finish third.
The Stoughton High School boys soccer team remained hot Tuesday with a 7-0 win against Fort Atkinson, moving to 3-0 in the Badger South Conference (7-5-1 overall).
Day after day, the rain kept pouring. The water kept rising, and the people kept coming – 800-plus by early the first day and more than 10,000 by the end.
County Executive Joe Parisi visited the Stoughton Rotary Club Wednesday, Sept. 13, to discuss recent county initiatives to clean up area lakes and the county partnership with the Stoughton Area School District for mental health teams.
The Natural Heritage Land Trust and the Town of Dunn celebrated 20 years of partnership for land conservation with a picnic at Sinaiko Farm on Saturday.
Four Stoughton students are among around 16,000 semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program.
The 2017 Stoughton High School homecoming court is: front row, from left: Cassidy Bach, Paige Halverson, Aly Solberg, Hannah Iverson, Gigi Zaemisch, Natalie Zientek, Tessa Berry and Emily Fitz…
Stoughton schools are celebrating homecoming from Monday, Sept. 18, through Saturday, Sept. 23.
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.