As a kid, Joe Conant brought car parts to show and tell rather than toys. He has worked on cars his whole life and believes the profession runs in his blood.


When Stoughton’s lone martial arts school changed hands in December 2014, Matthew Griffey seized the opportunity to step in as head instructor.

Stoughton’s Main Street is less crowded these days, with eight businesses that had been housed there closing in the first half of 2019.

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.


Close to 50 people filled the front of the Yahara River Grocery Cooperative, some sitting on chairs and grocery crates, standing around the checkout lines and crowding the doorway during its April 16 annual member meeting.

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