Users of Bjoin Park expressed a desire for an accessible connection to Yahara River Trail – and they’ll get one under the park’s new master plan.
When civilian April Kigeya’s daughter got pulled over by a village police officer Aug. 27 in a way that didn’t seem right to her, she took to Facebook to complain.
The Village of Oregon will have the same plan for polling locations as it did in April and August.
Normally, the Fitchburg Fire Department would celebrate Fire Safety Week with an in-person open house and public education efforts.
The Fitchburg Public Library has added new services and expanded its curbside pickup hours.
Despite steady rainfall, participants of this year’s “Pick Me Up at the Border!” bike ride set out from Fitchburg for an overnight journey to the Illinois border on Friday, Sept. 11.
Twin sisters Lauren and Courtney Shorter have followed different paths in college after leading the Verona girls’ golf team to the WIAA Division 1 state tournament in 2017.
With a red mask around his mouth and nose, Bryant Donny swings through the fitness rig and races up the 12-foot warped wall with one goal in mind — conquer the course.
While leading Oregon girls cross country captain’s practices, senior Julia Hutchinson brainstormed ideas for a community service project and the Oregon Food Pantry came to the forefront.
It's been 179 days – or nearly half a year – since any students were present in the majority of Verona Area School District buildings.
One casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic won’t stay empty when social outings become normal again.
When medical experts worried there were some high blood pressure drugs that could harm COVID-19 patients, Epic researchers quickly got to work.
Brooklyn artist Christine Dehlinger said she didn’t make “fine art” for more than 20 years because the “energy wasn’t there and the time wasn’t right.”