You’ve heard of curbside pickup.
Apiarists must now register their bees with the City of Stoughton.
The demolition of the former Public Works building is a step closer to reality.
Stoughton Home Talent team lost its first Southeast Section game of the season Sunday, June 16, to the rival Evansville Jays 3-2. The Merchants fell behind early but were never fully able to dig out of the hole.
The Utica Home Talent team had a chance to get back to .500 in the Southeast Section on Sunday, July 16, but a couple of defense lapses and the pitching effort of Fort Atkinson veteran Dan Dean all but did in the A’s.
After dominating the first three quarters of the ARCA Menards Series Shore Lunch 200 at Madison International Speedway, Chandler Smith (No. 20 Craftsman/828 Logistics Toyota) had to utilize pit strategy and some hard racing to earn his second straight series victory.
Visitors of the Stoughton community will, in the most literal sense, be able to get a taste of the city this weekend.
The senior center will host a celebration of life and longevity for people who’ve seen nine decades next week.
Children interested in learning about the “Big Bang” and all things about space will get the “Big Scoop” next Tuesday.
The ongoing showdown over the state budget between Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and the Republican-held state legislature could affect the Stoughton Area School District later this year.
District-wide updates to the dress code were some of the most noticeable changes to the Stoughton Area School District’s operations in 2018-19.
While the clock has run out on this school year, students at Kegonsa Elementary have something fun to look forward to when the new year begins Tuesday, Sept. 3.
When Stoughton’s lone martial arts school changed hands in December 2014, Matthew Griffey seized the opportunity to step in as head instructor.
Stoughton’s Main Street is less crowded these days, with eight businesses that had been housed there closing in the first half of 2019.
Child care staff in the babies’ room at Stoughton’s Mariposa Learning Center document about 120 events each day.