The city is down to four candidates for the vacant senior center director position, which it plans to interview for June 17.
A relatively rainy and damp spring has slowed construction on a huge upgrade of Fireman’s Park, but it’s not expected to prevent people from getting out into the water next week.
A propane tank malfunction set fire to a house in Verona’s Scenic Ridge neighborhood Friday, June 7.
The Verona boys lacrosse season came to a close Monday, June 3, against a smothering Middleton defense in a 12-5 loss. Verona finished the year with a 9-8 record (8-4 in conference).
Five Verona girls soccer players garnered Big Eight All-Conference honors recently.
Joel Zimba’s interest in being an athletic director goes back to his days playing high school sports as a senior at Madison West.
There is no longer much evidence that a tornado touched down on the northwestern side of Verona five years ago – unless you count the colors of house siding.
Area artists will have another venue to share and sell their creations Sunday, June 23.
Go on an adventure with a magical car during the Verona Area Community Theater’s summer family production of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.”
Two Way Immersion program students from Sugar Creek and Glacier Edge elementary schools gathered at Veteran’s Park on Friday, May 31, for lunch and games. Kids formed soccer teams, climbed on …
The Verona Area High School and Exploration Academy Charter School Class of 2019 was dismissed for the last time on Sunday, June 9.
The Verona Area School District is staying true to its word for another year – at least preliminarily.
Business owner John Schoville worked a year with a hip in pain, and wanted to avoid taking any opioids.
Verona’s Wisconsin Brewing Company will soon transition its indoor event space into a canning line.
The nonprofit Rhapsody Arts Center closed for good April 29 after 19 years in Verona.