The fifth annual Freedom Ride, sponsored by the Otis Sampson American Legion Post 59, has been canceled for this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.


The Stoughton Fair is the latest local cancellation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A Stoughton water tower is getting a new coat of paint – and let’s hope the painters double check their spelling this time around.

The Stoughton Courier Hub won 11 statewide newspaper awards this year from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.

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.


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.

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.

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