The power plant building on Fourth Street is now eligible to be registered on the State and National Register of Historic Places.

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.

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.

Weebleworld Child Care Center is growing and looking to expand its facilities.

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.

A six-block-long section of West Main Street will be closed to through traffic for two business weeks later this month.

Six of 30 water quality samples tested by Stoughton Utilities in late June exceeded the state Department of Natural Resources standard for lead.

Property owners now have more options for where they can build fences.

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.