Starting Wednesday, Dec. 2, the state Department of Health Services started releasing COVID-19 data for cities, villages and townships, as well as school districts and ZIP codes.
City of Verona police officers recovered several packages – most of which were Christmas gifts – after stopping a vehicle Monday afternoon after someone threw a box out a window.
Ten speakers asked the City of Verona at a Monday, Dec. 14, meeting to pause its eastside sewer interceptor project along the Ice Age Trail.
Student-athletes can continue to participate in nonschool competition opportunities on teams that have begun practicing virtually.
Under a series of proposed football realignment requests, the Big Eight Conference could see a major shuffling in the 2022-23 school year.
Verona sophomore Reece Cordray scored two goals to lead the Wildcats to a 5-1 win over Brookfield on Friday, Dec. 11, at the Ponds of Brookfield Ice Arena.
In the not so distant future, the City of Verona could see its city hall’s roof fitted with solar panels.
While many other Verona traditions from ice carvings to tree lightings were not held this year, as county health orders have reduced the size of public gatherings, one of the most popular annual events still took place in a modified fashion.
Free Wi-Fi internet access is now available in the Verona Public Library parking lot.
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Starting in late January, the Verona Area School District is hoping to bring more elementary school students in for in-person classes, and for longer days than what it’s offering now.
Public Health Madison and Dane County is advising that schools use a phased approach for bringing students back, with COVID-19 mitigation strategies in place.
The pool of candidates for Verona Area School District’s new superintendent has narrowed to three.
When a Verona mother wanted to help Hurricane Harvey victims in August 2017, she was “overwhelmingly” asked by those affected to make buying diapers the goal of her fundraising.
John Dingle has fond memories of his childhood, visiting the apple orchard his grandfather owned in Richland Center.
This Week's E-edition
- Verona family thanks community for supporting son through leukemia
- Clardy looks to start with VASD with equity focus
- Alleged drunk driver captured after high speed pursuit
- Miller's hosts silent auction for three Make-a-Wish children
- Wrestling: Verona drops two duals in Tomah
- Boys hockey: Wildcats roll by Wausau West, DePere
- Wrestling: Top two grapplers from sectional will make state
- District offers staff incentives to fill bus driver vacancies
- PC/Nametag finds ways to survive in a time of social distancing
- Recycle the Warmth Blanket Drive starts Jan. 29
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