To improve voter participation a Dane County voter helpline is open to answer questions about voting in the Nov. 3 general election.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi strongly encouraged schools to continue following county public health recommendations after the Wisconsin Supreme Court temporarily blocked part of a county health order.
The Verona Area Aquatic Center, 400 N. Main St., re-opened to the public on Wednesday, Sept. 23 according to a Sept. 18 post on the Verona Area Natatorium’s Facebook page.
The WIAA Board of Control agreed to announce new venues for this fall’s state tournaments and will add more coaching contact days to the alternate fall and spring sports seasons.
In the era of leather helmets, a 110-yard football field, five-point touchdowns and four-point field goals, Milwaukee-born Bobby Marshall carved a path as one of the first two Black Americans to play in the NFL.
Under the WIAA’s expected return to play plan, the state champion Verona boys hockey team could be the first team to play in the 2020-21 school year.
Verona Area Community Theater is holding auditions for its first ever virtual production, “A Very Virtual Merry Hometown Holiday,” on Sept. 28 and 29.
During her nearly three decades teaching English and the Wisconsin Writers course at Verona Area High School, Charlotte Johnston took students on many field trips to experience the places where the writers they studied were from and where they wrote.
Pop-up event food event to benefit Joining Forces for Families
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi strongly encouraged schools to continue following county public health recommendations after the Wisconsin Supreme Court temporarily blocked part of a county h…
Five Verona Area High School seniors have earned the honor of being a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist.
Verona Area International School (VAIS) students and their families helped “Chalk the Walk” on Monday, Sept. 7, by drawing positive messages to welcome staff and students back to school the fo…
Lance Moran wants the public to envision a scenario in which medical personnel show up in their driveway, able to treat them with an annual influenza vaccine inside their home.
When medical experts worried there were some high blood pressure drugs that could harm COVID-19 patients, Epic researchers quickly got to work.
This Week's E-edition
- Board selects Williams for her ‘desire for change’
- Dunkin’ planned for E. Verona Ave
- Phased reopening plan headed to school board Oct. 5
- Mother, son bond over 200-mile walking challenge
- 'Counting kicks:’ Verona mom promotes app to detect fetal movement
- Progress 2020: Verona Road work nears an end
- Subdivisions move ahead despite setbacks
- Boys hockey: State champion Wildcats could be first team to play in 2021
- New book by VAHS grad helps girls become change-makers
- Wolves, Coyotes and Foxes, oh my
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