The party's over, Dane County.
Despite a COVID-19-saddled economy, developers are proposing some multimillion-dollar projects in Verona this summer.
Verona history from the past five decades as compiled by Verona Press staff from our archives.
The Home Talent Baseball League announced Friday, June 26, that the 2020 season has been officially canceled.
The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association announced Friday, June 26, that its annual All-Star Games have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sports might still be at a standstill in Wisconsin, but the state’s high school association made several important decisions that will affect future seasons.
Cadet Cheyenne Trilling, daughter of Peter and Deanna Trilling of Verona, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy Saturday, June 13.
Verona Public Library is collaborating with Dane County Parks to facilitate a summer-long outdoor reading activity called a “Story Walk.”
A 2016 Verona Area High School graduate is realizing her dreams of working in healthcare.
Angela Mena isn’t sure what career field she plans to go into, but after living through COVID-19, there is one thing she has decided.
A petition is circulating on Change.org urging the Verona Area Board of Education to end its Police-School Liaison Officer program at Verona Area High School.
Three Verona Area High School students were named as finalists, or earned an Honorable Mention accolade, in the annual New York Times student editorial contest.
After months of renovation, Goodwill of South Central Wisconsin has opened a new location at 118 S. Main St. in the building left vacant for years when World of Variety closed in 2016.
Passers-by in recent weeks have likely noticed that the former World of Variety store building, 118 Main St., has rapidly been receiving the final touches to turn it into a Goodwill thrift store.
Hop Haus Brewing Company is taking its business outside this summer, thanks to a permit temporarily expanding its premises.