The extreme weather of the past few weeks led to a decision by the city to open the Verona Public Library as a warming center Jan. 30.
A Verona woman convicted a decade ago of reckless homicide in the death of a 4-month-old at her in-home day care has asked for a new trial.
Thefts of vehicles in Verona in 2018 stayed consistent with prior years, but police frustration with lack of consequences for repeat offenders and demand on the department for assistance with vehicle recovery are continuing to rise.
Aidan Updegrove broke school records in the 200 and 500-yard freestyles and won three medals Saturday, Feb. 16, to help the Verona Area/Mount Horeb boys swim team finish ninth at the WIAA Division 1 state meet at the UW-Natatorium.
Looking at a 10-day break between the regular season finale and the second round of the WIAA playoffs, the Verona boys hockey team slipped in a nonconference game Monday against Arrowhead.
It was a record-breaking day for the Verona Area/Mount Horeb boys swimming team Saturday, Feb. 9, at the WIAA Division 1 Middleton sectional. The Wildcats will send five individuals to the WIAA Division 1 state meet Saturday, Feb. 16, in nine events, including three relays.
Joanie Madden says the most important thing about putting a band together is finding the right personalities.
Enjoy the traditional final day to splurge before the Lenten promises kick in with a Mardi Gras party hosted by Noel Manor and the Verona senior center on Tuesday, March 5.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will host a Feed My Starving Children food packaging event Feb. 21-23.
Noah Weibel used to love watching the State of the Union.
Where to build a school can be a complex question.
Badger Ridge Middle School teacher Shayla Glass received confirmation last month that she’s making a difference.
After opening in the fall of 2017 among several new eateries in the Liberty Business Park, 4 Sisters Tapas Restaurant has closed its doors.
A drop-in child-enrichment program that has operated for nearly five years on the city’s southeast side is getting a $50,000 loan from the city to expand its offerings and move downtown.
Hairstylist Jana Hesch is continuing her business where she got her start.