Dozens of people toured United Vaccines’ new $30 million facility Monday, but they had to use their imaginations to see how things really work inside.
Nearly half of the remaining necessary purchases for the city’s part of the massive County Hwy. M/PD intersection upgrade planned for next year are still in flux, with just weeks remaining before an important deadline.
Unfortunately, it’s the season that brings an increase in the number of thefts from cars, especially unlocked ones. The Verona Police Department received 11 reports of thefts from unlocked vehicles and garages on Friday and Saturday nights last week, according to an email from Lt. Dave Dresser.
The Verona baseball team grabbed a 2-0 lead over Sun Prairie on Tuesday in the first inning at Stampfl Field, but heavy rain in the third inning forced the game to be moved to Wednesday.
The Verona girls lacrosse team returned to second place in the MALA conference after two victories last week.
Pitcher Meghan Anderson recorded her fourth shutout of the year Thursday and got plenty of run support as the Wildcats posted their second consecutive conference victory via the 10-run rule, 16-0 over La Follette in five innings.
City of Verona public works employees spent May 18 replacing nearly 40 banners along East Verona Avenue with new ones designed by Verona Area School District students.
The final curtain fell on their shows awhile ago, but some Verona musical performers have yet to sing their last notes of “Into the Woods” or “West Side Story.”
Verona’s American Legion Mason-Lindsay Post 385 will hold its annual Memorial Day tribute to veterans at the Verona Area High School gym at 10 a.m. Monday, May 29.
A recent effort to help pay off overdue lunch accounts in the Verona Area School District has raised more than $1,300.
Despite the rainy weather this weekend, a group of Verona Area High School students spent their Saturday and part of Sunday camped out in the Miller and Sons Supermarket parking lot.
Stoner Prairie Elementary School students will likely have a new kiln for their pottery work next school year.
A Wisconsin-based grocery chain hopes to make Verona a two-store town.
The corridor along East Verona Avenue is a near-constant source of construction these days.
Freshly baked chocolate chip cookies, ice-cold lemonade and a cheerful smile greet Noel Manor Assisted Living visitors as soon as they walk through the front door.