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Milton library to clear second floor
- The library board of trustees Wednesday night is likely to finalize its request to Milton City Council to spend $155,000 for second-floor demolition, making room for “shared public space." Read more >>
Milton playground project short $19,000
- The timeline is completely laid out for the Crossridge Park playground project planned at North Parkview Drive near the Parker YMCA in Milton. Now all that's left to do is find a way to finish paying for it. Read more >>
Father, daughters grow flower baskets
- It's Edgerton's secret garden. Tucked away at 709 Walker Way sits an expansive 18-acre piece of land, dotted with green vines and petaled pompons. Read more >>
Five things to know about Tobacco Days
- Five things to know about this year's Tobacco Heritage Days that runs from Friday to Sunday in Edgerton. Read more >>
Milton won't sponsor interchange project
- Developer Bill Watson says he was caught off guard by Milton Mayor Brett Frazier's announcement that the city would not sponsor the County M interchange and industrial park proposal. Read more >>
Milton starts process to replace Schuetz
- After approval of City Administrator Jerry Schuetz's resignation at a special common council meeting Friday, the conversation turned toward finding a new city administrator. Read more >>
Schuetz was best option: Schigur
- Over the course of the last school year, the Milton School District decided it was time to hire a public relations professional. Jerry Schuetz starts as communication supervisor Aug. 5. Read more >>
Milton moves forward with development on Sunnyside Drive, Highway 59
- A proposed restaurant and convenience store at the corner of Sunnyside Drive and Highway 59 is “somewhat monumental” in that it kicks off the development along the new Highway 26/59 corridor, Milton Mayor Brett ... Read more >>
City administrator resigns in Milton
- Milton City Administrator Jerry Schuetz will resign his position after accepting a job with the Milton School District, Mayor Brett Frazier said Tuesday. Read more >>
Milton properties up for national list
- The Goodrich House, 742 E. Madison Ave., and the Masonic Temple, 508 Vernal Ave., recently were nominated as historic sites for the National Register of Historic Places. Read more >>
Site near I-90 will be storage facility
- From the Interstate, it might look like construction related to the I-39/90 expansion project, but the corner of Goede Road and Jason Drive in Edgerton is a private developer's site for a new storage facility. Read more >>
Edgerton residents call for dog park
- Some Edgerton residents have sent a message to the city's parks and recreation committee: We need a dog park. A local group is fundraising for a planned dog park on Winston Drive, Edgerton. Read more >>
New city building opens Monday
- The renovated building at 710 S. Janesville St. that now houses City Hall and the police department will be open to the public for the first time Monday. City staff is still unpacking, and minor construction is finishing up. Read more >>
Memorial ceremony honors Milton vets
- Milton will dedicate the newly expanded Milton Area Veterans Memorial with a military ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday in Veteran's Park at the corner of Hilltop Drive and East High Street. Read more >>
Volunteer teaches stained glass class
- Milton resident Caroline Britton has been voluntarily teaching a stained glass class at The Gathering Place for a year and a half. Read more >>
Costly options for Racetrack Park
- The Edgerton Parks & Recreation Committee is proposing total reconstruction of Racetrack Park's roads, a new curb and gutter, and the installation of a storm sewer—a project that could cost more than $450,000. Read more >>
Milton unlikely to become tour stop
- It is unlikely Milton will become a destination city for the Hot Rod Power Tour that supporters say could draw thousands of people into the city next year. The event would come with a $10,000 price tag. Read more >>
Milton: New city building opens July 7
- The first day of operation at Milton's new police department, City Hall and municipal court building at 710 S. Janesville St. is set for July 7. Read more >>
Milton School Board OKs strategic plan proposal
- Monday night the Milton School Board unanimously accepted a contract with the Wisconsin Association of School Boards to conduct a stakeholder driven strategic plan. Read more >>
Milton admitted into downtown program
- Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. has accepted Milton into Connect Communities, a program that supports cities taking steps to develop their downtown areas. Read more >>
Students grow food for local pantry
- About a dozen students at the Edgerton Alternative School planted three 14 x 60 plots in Edgerton's Community Garden where they plan to harvest 2,000 pounds of produce for the local food pantry. Read more >>
Renovation nearing end
- Edgerton Community Outreach is days away from the end of an $800,000 renovation to its warehouse at 106 S. Main St., Edgerton. Read more >>