There were 30 newly diagnosed cases of COVID-19 in the last week, bringing the two-week total of new cases to 50.
Chad Brecklin, the City of Fitchburg’s police chief, has been named the city’s new administrator.
The Fitchburg Star is providing a partial list of resources to find a COVID-19 appointment, which we will try to update regularly.
The Star has compiled a list of scheduled virtual church services amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unified Newspaper Group has compiled a listing of restaurants still serving Fitchburg throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Dane County is hosting three COVID-19 vaccination clinics in the month of April.
In her first state diving meet, the moment didn’t appear to be too big for Verona Area High School freshman Annika Rufenacht.
As a first-time girls golf coach for Verona, Hanna Rebholz doesn’t have to go far to find coaching advice.
The Oregon High School volleyball team started with a spark on Senior Night, but lost a four set match to Beaver Dam on Monday, April 5, in Oregon.
Fitchburg biotech company Promega has opened its new research and development facility, the Kornberg Center.
Fitchburg groomer Deb Compton has been turning dogs into art through her grooming skills – and she’s bringing those skills to primetime television on Tuesday nights on the show “Pooch Perfect.”
Abongwa is one of 575 high school seniors to receive the scholarship out of nearly 10,000 applicants.
The Verona Area School District is hiring three new positions to address security and student behavior as either an alternative or complement to a police contract with the City of Verona for 2021-22.
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- Chad Brecklin chosen as new Fitchburg city administrator
- Fitchburg dog groomer featured on reality competition show
- Promega opens new R&D facility
- Fitchburg bars, cafes and restaurants offer delivery, carryout
- Staff recommend lowering Lake Barney with outlet, drainage ditch
- City has 28% turnout for election, with half as absentee
- Public transit survey could define future services
- City resident creates online support community
- Shots fired on 3300 block of Leopold Way, no injuries
- Letter: Thanking group of city alders
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