Up to 25 bars and restaurants will have access to $100,000 of grant funding from the City after the economic fallout from COVID-19 and limited capacity requirements.
The Town of Verona’s annual meeting has been postponed for a second time.
Four of Verona’s school buildings are undergoing construction and renovations this year, and a private Catholic school is hoping to be the fifth.
Most collegiate swimmers’ careers end at their respective institutions, whether they want it to or not.
Their spring seasons at the University of Wisconsin were cut short, but Heather Rudnicki and Carissa Witthuhn wrapped up the 2019-20 academic year on a high note.
Five Edge Baseball Academy teams were in action over the July 4 weekend.
The Verona library has scaled back a soft opening in response to the recent increase in cases of COVID-19 across Dane County.
The Upper Sugar River Watershed Association has been holding dragonfly monitoring meet-ups at locations around Verona.
A crowd of more than 20 people gathered outside the Verona Police Department Monday, July 13, to show support for officers.
Board considers “Virtual+” option for fall
The Verona Area School District is pursuing changes to its police-school liaison officer contract that would make the role more rooted in education and restorative practices.
When the Verona Area School District decides it needs a new piece of real estate, it has a pretty good idea of where it wants to go.
Unified Newspaper Group has compiled a listing of restaurants and cafes still serving Verona throughout the COVID-19 crisis. We have attempted to be as thorough as possible.
An employee at The Draft House Bar and Restaurant has tested positive for COVID-19, the business announced in a July 5 post to its Facebook page.
Three Verona area businesses have appeared to defy the odds by opening or expanding during the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic fallout.