Thursday, July 2, 2015
Children celebrated Independence Day a little early at the Fitchburg Public Library with July 4th-themed books, dances and crafts Wednesday, July 1. + continue reading
Thursday, June 18, 2015
The city began its 2015 road chip sealing process today on Seminole Highway between McKee Road and Sentinel Pass. The work will last “approximately one week,” according to a press release from the city. Though no road closures are necessary, the city expects the repairs will cause... + continue reading
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Students today live in a different world from the one teachers grew up in, and that calls for a new way of teaching. That’s why English teacher Mindy Grant, in her third year at Verona Area High School, has embraced personalized learning. “The people who are in education, the... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
McKee Farms Park and a sunny Tuesday evening provided the perfect backdrop for playing, biking and discussions about city policy. Throughout the summer, Fitchburg Mayor Steve Arnold is holding a series of listening session in different locations every month. The events are open to the public and... + continue reading
Friday, May 29, 2015
Kids climb through all sorts of large equipment at the Fitchburg Public Library and City of Fitchburg second annual Touch A Truck event Thursday, May 28. Families were able to climb in, turn wheels and flip levers inside public safety and public works vehicles outside the Fitchburg fire station on... + continue reading

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07/02/2015
Three finalists have been selected for consideration to be the city’s first full-time fire chief following a national search this spring.  Two candidates from out of state and one current... + continue reading

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07/02/2015
Three finalists have been selected for consideration to be the city’s first full-time fire chief following a national search this spring.  Two candidates from out of state and one current... + continue reading

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06/11/2015
Oregon High School will sadly but proudly say farewell to 255 seniors on Sunday, as the students move on in their lives to the “real world.” Here, two of those students (selected by OHS... + continue reading
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Children celebrated Independence Day a little early at the Fitchburg Public Library with July 4th-themed books, dances and crafts Wednesday, July 1. + continue reading

Business

A national engineering firm recently moved its headquarters in January from its home on Madison’s west side to a site in Fitchburg.  The new location not only comes on the end of Realtime... + continue reading

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It’s not uncommon for responsible people to be mindful about their monthly budget or expenses or for considerate citizens to be mindful about their actions towards others. We’re mindful... + continue reading

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