Over the next few weeks, the City of Verona will be considering whether to fund a $2.6 million overhaul of Fireman’s Park. A splash pad and new beach house could highlight the park’s redesign as early as summer 2018, with potential for residents to use the facilities and beach for free.
Verona drivers hoping to travel to and from Madison the weekend of Oct. 8-9 will have to find a route that does not include Verona Road.
Less than a year after the shooting of an unarmed man in Madison sparked protests and ignited the sort of raging debates over police use of force that have occurred on the national level, a countywide task force offered suggestions for improving police-community relations.
The Verona girls tennis team won two Big Eight dual meets last week, while going 1-3 last weekend at the Big 8/Badger Conference Challenge.
Verona Area High School will present “Into The Woods” Oct. 6-9 in the VAHS Performing Arts Center, 300 Richard St.
The Verona community will celebrate Homecoming this weekend, but students have already begun.
Every reporter can identify with the feeling of sitting hunched over a computer, filing a late-night story on deadline. But, needless to say, most haven’t done it while peering through goggles during a sandstorm while halfway across the world.
The Verona Area School Board will wait at least two more weeks before voting on a policy governing transgender students in the district.
Verona Area School District parents who can’t make it to school to watch a concert or attend a school assembly might have another option.
AJ Carr wants to help the homeless.
The East Verona Avenue corridor has a new food option.
The circus is in town – a circus-themed child care center, that is.
Verona businessman Brad Zaugg recently sold one of his two businesses located here to spend more time focused on the other.