The Dane County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging Stoughton area residents to attend a community notification meeting next week regarding the planned release of a sex offender in the Town of Dunkirk.
An open house on the proposed downtown switch into a local historic district drew a crowd of 20 despite snowy, cold weather.
With an emphasis on environmental protection and human services, the Dane County Board of Supervisors approved a $663 million 2020 county budget Nov. 11 that will raise taxes on the average home around $25.
While property tax values have risen considerably, Town of Dunn property owners will see a tax increase of about 1% next year under its proposed 2020 budget.
The City of Stoughton plans to appeal a court decision alders believe could set a precedent for allowing local establishments to avoid underage drinking citations.
The Stoughton Wellness Coalition (SWC), which works to prevent youth drug and alcohol abuse, has been granted another year of funding.
Plans to annex nearly 52 acres of property from the Town of Dunn against the objections of Dunn officials are up for review at the next Stoughton Planning Commission meeting Nov. 4.
A series of public listening sessions have been scheduled to inform the public and gather feedback on a tax-increment financing request for Kettle Park West.
The Stoughton Area Community Foundation gave $53,460 of grants to 21 organizations for 2019. Board members had the privilege and excitement of accepting every single application they received this year.
- Notebook: Deal sets stage for northwest annexation
- SPD swaps lieutenant for sergeant
- Bruno makes mental illness not guilty plea
- Rise in area property value will negate mill rate drop
- Patten joins UNG
- Public looks at Mandt Park master plan concepts
- Stoughton Trailers matches donation to contribute $150k for SHS artificial turf
- Kegonsa third grade teacher quits unexpectedly; class likely to be split up
- Hearing on KPW Phase 2 TIF set for Oct. 22
- SASD annual meeting, budget hearing Oct. 21
- Arbor Day meets Halloween
- New county manure ordinance raises standards
- Feedback session on downtown investment draws dozens
- Notebook: Sidewalks removed from Turner neighborhood reconstruction plan
- Mandt park plans go to public meeting
- Plan Commission to review Dunn annexation
- Cascade Falls footbridge removal denied
- Notebook: Yard waste site Saturday hours changing
- Second time around for Swadley, Friedl as budget faces similar challenges
- Phase 2 TIF decision pending
- No injuries after car catches fire in garage
- Open house aimed at shaping future of downtown
- Blacksmith shop dismantled
- New rules for SASD athletic events include no re-entry for spectators
- Blacksmith shop demolished
- SHS student a National Merit semifinalist
- Corridor study update meeting Sept. 26
- County parks commission proposes some ‘modest increases’ for 2020
- Refuse, recycling changes get extra review
- RDA accepts developer letter of intent
- McFarland State Bank gifts former Pleasant Springs branch to Stoughton Hospital
- TID extension will fund housing initiatives
- Stoughton Hospital receives $25,500 grant for pediatric dental care