Stoughton High School sophomore Meredith Thiessen lives by Andrew Grant’s quote, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”
No Stoughton area nursing homes are on the list of active COVID-19 investigations of skilled nursing facilities the state Department of Health Services released May 13.
Dane County is expecting to lose $25 million in sales tax revenue as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, and that could affect Stoughton and other municipalities, County Executive Joe Parisi told the Stoughton Common Council at its Tuesday, May 12, meeting.
The 2020 Census is still taking place despite the closures brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, and city residents are taking part in high numbers.
A residential subdivision on the city’s west side is getting up to $3 million in taxpayer funding – including about $100,000 to pay for wetland restoration.
A free COVID-19 testing site in Madison will allow any resident who wants one to get a test without any appointments or registration, if they have symptoms or not.
When Richard Benjamin lost his 1979 Stoughton High School class ring 41 years ago, his decision to have one of the most expensive rings with his initials engraved on it paid off.
The last time a show by the Stoughton Village Players didn’t go on, the Vietnam War was raging and the Beatles had just released their final album “Let It Be” before breaking up.
- Dane County emergency declaration extended to July 15
- Retailers get to open under Safer at Home update
- SPD says crime is down since start of ‘Safer at Home’ order
- 5.21.2020 Hub religious quote
- Fair outcome decided June 1
- Spring road construction begins in Stoughton
- Groundswell Conservancy purchases, conserves property in Town of Dunn
- Hebl will seek re-election in fall; has represented area since ‘05
- State to allocate $5.25 million for public schools’ distance learning
- County board members sworn in, committees chosen
- County, City of Madison seek COVID-19 budget amendments
- County to allow local governments to delay property taxes until Oct. 1
- Cinema Cafe to close permanently
- Funds for phase 2 KPW postponed
- Instructions for ConnectStoughton.com digital subscriptions
- Trial for 2017 stabbing homicide postponed for second time
- Boat launch, trails at Heritage Park get boost
- Troll Beach opening might be delayed
- Police get OT pay to minimize exposure
- Skinner pleads not guilty to felony charges
- ConnectStoughton.com website subscriptions begin April 30
- Public works keeps services running despite COVID-19
- 79% of all votes cast were absentee
- Low milk prices, reduced production hurting local dairy farmers
- Grassroots effort helps prevent COVID-19 infection, transmission
- Vruwink, Drew announces candidacy for 43rd assembly district
- Police respond to stabbing on Lincoln Avenue
- All state schools ordered to close through 2019-20 year
- Stoughton Hospital prepares for COVID-19 peak
- Controversial election brought challenges
- Tellander, Bubon, Jackson win school board race
- Banks work with Habitat for Humanity to offer mortgage relief
- DCF launches tools to help essential workers find child care