A 2016 Verona Area High School graduate is realizing her dreams of working in healthcare.

A network of volunteers hiked all 120 segments of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail through an event called Mammoth Steps June 5-7.


UPDATE: The Summer Concerts in the Park series has been canceled until further notice due to changes to the Phase 2 guidelines put in effect on 7/2 by Public Health Madison and Dane County after a flare in COVID-19 cases.


Some of these events require advanced registration to receive links to the Zoom meetings. Other events are held through Facebook Live. For information, visit veronapubliclibrary.org.

The Verona Senior Center is offering a variety of virtual programs to keep aging minds and bodies fit and healthy. For information about how to register for events, visit friendsofveronaseniorcenter.org/calendar

After being closed for months under the state's safer at home orders to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic, Verona parks have been reopening again in recent weeks.

Dane County executive Joe Parisi signed a resolution at a press conference held at Badger Prairie Needs Network on Wednesday, June 24, that gives Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin an additional $3 million in funding.


As a kid’s activity center, the Treehouse was never well suited for the migration to online programming so many businesses moved to when COVID-19 restrictions were at their peak in March and April.

Ken Krahn, owner of North and South Seafood and Smokehouse, and Kathy Hiteman, event coordinator at Wisconsin Brewing Company, have organized a new pop-up event to help local businesses.

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