The first Music on Main of the summer season was held on Friday, June 14, with the Beth Kille Band headlining the show. Attendees brought along food and their lawn chairs to listen to Kille and her guitarist Michael Tilly perform her written works.

If the genre of music being played at one of the Music on Main or Concerts in the Park series isn’t quite to your liking, Verona Area Chamber of Commerce executive director Le Jordan said all you have to do is wait for the next one.

Those interested in how Wisconsinites can get involved in the refugee crisis in Europe can learn more at a talk Thursday, June 20.


Verona youngsters and their parents flocked to the police department last Saturday, June 8, to learn more about bike safety.

Verona Area High School student Max Beardsley and his band, Quick and Painless, are getting a second chance to play on one of the world’s biggest stages.

Of the three University of Wisconsin-Madison students to win this year’s prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship, two are from Verona.

The local chapter of the National Quilt of Valor Foundation, the Verona Quilts of Valor group, honored 14 veterans during two award times on the morning of Saturday, May 4, 2019 at the Verona American Legion.

In the early hours of Tuesday, June 17, 2014, an EF-3 level tornado tore through northwestern Verona, touching down on Epic’s Farm Campus and skipping north before heading east through the Cross County Road neighborhoods, ending at Country View Elementary School.

On May 11, the Sugar River Gardeners club raised a little over $1,000 through their annual plant/art sale, the group’s best year ever.

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