In 2017, with a big increase in spending ability, the City of Verona got its staff almost caught up with growth and got its debt spending under control.
The Department of Transportation will hold an open house Thursday, Sept. 21, to offer an update on the Verona Road project.
Approximately 8,000 of Epic’s customers are expected to enter a “World of Wizards” this week at the company’s annual fall Users’ Group Meeting.
The Big Eight Conference showdown between two of the top-ranked teams in the state wasn’t decided until the last event Friday evening inside the Verona Area High School Natatorium.
The Verona girls tennis team (5-4) dropped back to fifth place in the Big Eight regular season this past week with a pair of conference losses and then went 3-1 in the Badger/Big Eight Challenge.
Verona boys cross country placed sixth out the 18-school field without senior Peter Barger on Saturday at the Waukesha South XC Festival.
After four months of preparation, the Verona Area Chamber of Commerce will introduce its first fall “Hometown Day” next weekend – Fall Fest, featuring pumpkin painting, kids’ activities and a beer tent.
The Verona Fire Department hosted its annual Fire Safety Expo Saturday, Sept. 16. The event attracted families from around Dane County, who got to check out the fire equipment, spray a fire hose, get information on smoke detectors and see displays from Fitch-Rona EMS and the Verona Police De…
Things were bad enough in the Orlando area in the wake of Hurricane Irma. But when Eleni Hegge finally saw the Florida Keys last week, it shook her all the way to her core.
The Verona Area School District needs one more approval to finalize its purchase of Stewart’s Woods.
About 60 Verona Area School District students will graduate from elementary school in June 2019 having spent six years learning half of their day in Spanish.
Two Verona Area High School students are among around 16,000 semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program.
Verona is beginning to look a bit familiar to anyone who has traveled northeast of Madison recently, at least when it comes to food offerings.
Paoli Local Foods made it to its 10-year anniversary, but will close down less than a month after hitting that milestone.
Twenty years after the Schmid family broke ground on the Ace Hardware store at 119 W. Verona Ave., the store is set to close.