Two new proposals with a total of more than 250 apartments are going to the Plan Commission for review next week.
Anyone who wants to show off a personalized paver in the new Verona Town Hall during the open house in June will need to have the order in by May 5.
A $300,000 loan approved by the City of Verona on Monday was the final act Verona Area Community Theater needed to open its new building on Lincoln Street.
The Verona Area High School boys golf team traveled to Riverside Golf Course on Thursday for a Big Eight Conference triple dual with Janesville Parker and Madison La Follette.
Verona girls track and field standout Sie’anna Mitchell scored 33 of the Wildcats 97 points Saturday to help the team take fourth place at the Sun Prairie Invitational.
Verona boys track and field got the opportunity to face a couple of the teams that could be vying for a WIAA Division 1 state track and crown in June on Friday at the Sun Prairie Invitational.
The City of Verona will be a little more colorful on East Verona Avenue late next month with banners designed by Verona Area School District students.
Mona Cassis doesn’t have time to celebrate the city’s approval of the Verona Artists and Farmers Market.
Verona Police Officer Ryan Adkins is shown with nonperishable food donations for the Badger Prairie Needs Network food pantry following the "Stuff the Squad" food drive at Miller and Sons Supermarket on April 22. A total of 2,569 pounds of food and $136.55 were raised at the event. Food pant…
The Verona Area High School Forensics team earned 27 top-three finishes at the state competition Friday, April 21.
The founder of a nonprofit about keeping promises visited Core Knowledge Charter School and Badger Ridge Middle School Tuesday, April 11.
The students had identified the problem: Some kids at Stoner Prairie Elementary School were accidentally throwing silverware in the trash can at the end of lunch.
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.
Alecia Jacobson started from the bottom.