When Joanne Grassman first imagined opening her own woodworking maker space, she envisioned a building at least a century old, complete with artisan furniture.
After a fire at Kopke’s Greenhouse burned down a shed last March, co-owner Josh Smith knew he wanted to give back to the local fire departments and EMS who helped put out the blaze.
When longtime baker Keri Murphy was laid off from her job as an interior designer due to the pandemic last year, selling her own baked goods felt like a natural next step.
Visitors to Mershon’s Cidery’s new downtown location will find the former site of the Cinema Cafe theater completely transformed.
Over the next few weeks, Unified Newspaper Group will complete the process of consolidating our limited in-person operations to our downtown Oregon office at 156 N. Main St. That includes vacating our longtime headquarters in Verona.
- AdamCan Recycling owner retires, business under new ownership
- Stoughton native creates ‘Dream Crush’ game
- Syttende Mai food survey answers due Feb. 26
- Aligning Stars Theatre moves into new Water Street building, hosts virtual shows
- A ‘digital music ecosystem’: LÜM platform surpasses 130,000 artists
- Pumpkin Patch preschool fundraising for health, wellness initiative
- Area entrepreneurs look forward to business as usual in 2021
- Stoughton Health plans for COVID-19 vaccines
- Yahara River Woodwinds opens in Stoughton, adapts to COVID-19
- Stoughton Trailers sees growth in sales, increases hourly wages
- Pancake Cafe to distribute meals to public through donation program
- Stoughton Home Savings to close by Nov. 25
- Nauti Norske closes down for rest of 2020
- Eugster's Farm Market has ‘successful’ fall season
- New business takes over the floor from Slinde’s
- Deak’s employee tests positive for COVID-19
- Bright simplicity: Tru by Hilton opens on Stoughton’s Jackson Street
- Bozeman joins UNG
- New leadership at Stoughton Courier Hub
- Rainbow of colors comes to end at Flower Factory