Seeking to confront climate change “head-on” locally, Dane County announced last week a novel collaboration between officials throughout the county to work on ways to do that, including Stoughton Mayor Tim Swadley.
Stoughton Police Department stopped a fleeing stolen vehicle on the night of Monday, Aug. 19 on Hwy 51, according to a news release from Stoughton Police Department.
After four months of courting developers for its riverfront project, the City of Stoughton Redevelopment Authority is preparing to receive a detailed proposal from the only remaining interested party.
Multiple shots were fired out of an SUV on Tuesday, Aug. 20, on the 600 block of South Monroe Street, police were dispatched around 12:38 a.m., according to a Stoughton Police Department news release. No injuries were reported.
Soon-to-be-placed violent sex offender Ritchie H. Dumer will not be allowed to leave his Town of Rutland home without supervision for at least a one year period and will wear a GPS monitoring device on his ankle for life, county officials said at a community notification meeting on Monday, Aug. 12.
When Todd Barman saw the Aug. 5 public notice that Main Street would be closing for 12 days in front of the business he and his wife run, Stoughton Sweet Shoppe, they contacted the city to find out more.
The West Nile Virus has arrived in Dane County in the form of infected mosquitoes, though less than 1% of people infected with the virus will become seriously ill, according to a July 29 Public Health Madison and Dane County news release.
It’s taken two years for the Dane County Department of Human Services to find a home for the convicted sex offender who will be placed in Rutland within the next week.
You might have read the stories, viewed the plans or commented on a Facebook post or two, but now you have a chance to talk directly to the potential developers.
- Downtown Revitalization committee focused on growth, support
- Pleasant Springs updates recycling ordinance
- Violent sex offender to be placed in Rutland
- Gas leak fixed after downtown block briefly evacuated
- Marathon site stalls
- DNR clears City Hall lot
- Paramedic charged with sexual assault
- KPW request: $3 million
- Blacksmith shop coming down
- Human services moving to Madison
- Developer shares vision for riverfront area
- Notebook: Kettle Park West moves forward
- TID could jumpstart affordable housing
- County 'blue waters barge’ to patrol for debris around Kegonsa
- City earns $40K for energy efficiency
- Fees approved for chickens, bees
- Notebook: Public Works building demolition being prepared
- SHS speed reduction among construction projects
- Garage destroyed in Pleasant Springs fire
- Stoughton Transit gets another handicap van
- KPW seeks comp plan change
- Notebook: Council approves right-of-way regulations
- Dunkirk OKs new county zoning
- Teamwork alleviates storm damage
- Town of Dunn approves comp plan clarifications
- Stoughton attorney’s license suspended
- Criddle Park getting ‘adventure’ playground
- Dane County Board creates census committee
- Mr. Swadley goes to Madison
- Notebook: Lead lateral replacement encouraged
- Memorial Day ceremonies set for Monday; Main St. parade set for 10 a.m.
- RDA shortlists master developers
- RDA to purchase insurance