The Town of Brooklyn will host a “Meet the Candidates” forum Tuesday, March 16, prior to the April 6 election.
The public will have a chance to weigh in on the future of county board supervisor boundaries at the next Dane County Redistricting Commission virtual meeting, set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 3.
Starting in December, the state Department of Health Services started releasing COVID-19 data for cities, villages and townships, as well as school districts and ZIP codes.
Those looking to get started on their spring gardening may want to check out the Seed Library at the Oregon Public Library.
Members of the Outdoor Winter Adventure Club met at Forest Edge Elementary School in Fitchburg on Sunday, Feb. 21. The club is run by Meghan Konopacki, a teacher at Forest Edge. Konpacki has t…
The Friends of Lerner Park are planning a winter fun day for families at the park from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Feb 27.
The Oregon girls swimming team won two events in a double dual with Monona Grove and Madison Edgewood on Monday, Feb. 22.
The Oregon High School girls basketball team had a tough time overcoming a free throw difference, and its season came to an end after a 55-46 loss to Waunakee in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal on Friday, Feb. 12, at Baraboo High School.
To make program history, the Oregon High School boys hockey team had to knock off the defending Division 2 state champions last week.
Amid some conflicting data on the local spread of COVID-19, Oregon School District officials remain in a “wait and see” mode on increasing in-person learning and traditional milestone events f…
Studying and celebrating Back history is more than a one-month observance at the Oregon School District.
In a rare school board primary election, voters trimmed the field on Tuesday, Feb. 16 to two candidates to face off April 6 to represent the Village of Oregon.
A dance studio faces almost $24,000 in fines after Public Health Madison and Dane County alleged the business violated a county social gathering ban amid COVID-19.
Nine months after the COVID-19 pandemic led to gathering restrictions and consumer worries, many businesses are still feeling the strain of a year with unanticipated challenges.
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