There’s nothing sweeter than the first berry of the season pulled right off the vine. The king berry as it’s known, is the biggest berry of the season.
Cambridge and Deerfield salons and barbershops remain in a holding pattern, as one of the last types of businesses still shuttered by local COVID-19 public health rules.
Editor’s note: On Wednesday May 13, the day before this article appeared in print, Gov. Evers’ statewide Safer At Home order was ruled invalid by the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Subsequently on May 13, Dane County issued its own local Safer-At-Home order with rules that mostly parallel the form…
The Cambridge News and Deerfield Independent and APG Media are providing a free webinar for crisis business marketing in the COVID-19 era, especially timely as business restrictions slowly begin to lift, presented by Emmy-winning marketing expert Ryan Dohrn.
Badger Bank has made a $1,166 donation to the Cambridge Food Pantry to support its efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic, following a fund drive in which it matched up to $1,000 of donations to support area food pantries.
A Deerfield resident and health and wellness consultant is offering a “take-what-you-need and leave-what-you can” table on the driveway of her home and home-based business.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Extension Dane County will offer a series of three video conference/workshops for agribusiness professionals and dairy farmers to understand how to read and interpret data on-farm and/or off-farm data.
Area business owners say they’re working to move forward in the face of public health orders that have shuttered some of their storefronts, amid virus worries and related economic uncertainty.
Correction: An earlier online version and the print version of this article incorrectly said that the Cambridge Piggly Wiggly is now only accepting credit and debit cards due to virus concerns. In fact, it is still accepting cash, just encouraging the use of cards. We regret the mistake. The…
Dean Lund, an American Family Insurance agent owner in Cambridge, has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer service experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program.
Local elected officials, business leaders, employees, and friends and family of Truckstar Collision Center President Stephanie Schwartz gathered March 4 to help break ground on the company’s building expansion.
Dancing Goat Distillery has a long-term plan to expand onto a second site east of State Highway 134, company representatives told the Cambridge Plan Commission on March 9.
The Cambridge Plan Commission has given a green light to rezoning 27 acres at the village’s western gateway, along U.S. Highway 12-18, for business use.
Fort Atkinson -- The annual meetings of the Citizens Financial Corporation shareholders, and its subsidiary, Badger Bank, were held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. The following individuals were re-elected to the Board of Directors of Badger Bank: Steve Dehnert, Chairman of the Board, Christo…
A new U.S. trade deal with Canada and Mexico may not do much to stem the loss of dairy farms in Wisconsin, the owners of a Cambridge farm said Jan. 29.
American Family Insurance Agent Sherry Lange, who has offices in Deerfield and Jefferson, has earned the AFLIC award from American Family Insurance.
A family that has long operated a Cambridge-area tree farm is now showcasing wood craftsmanship in a downtown Cambridge storefront.
New officers for the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce will be introduced at the Chamber’s annual meeting on Thursday, Jan. 9, from 6-7 p.m. at United Community Bank, 221 W. Main St.
A longtime former Cambridge candy brand, still produced in Janesville, celebrated its centennial in 2019. Bernadine Christianson, of Cambridge, who also turned 100 this year, remembers Melster Candies almost back to its beginning.
The Nov. 28 print edition of the Cambridge News and Deerfield Independent incorrectly identified Jeremey Jacobson as Jeremy Allen. We regret the error and it is fixed in the online version below.
Cambridge Chamber of Commerce members are in the midst of voting for a new Board of Directors. The following board members are up for a term renewal: Karen Anderson, Kaleidoscope Fibers; Nathan Perry, Piggly Wiggly; Dave Mittlesteadt, Galleria 214; and Nicole Rothe, Hometown Bank. And the fo…
Two years after relocating to Cambridge, and amid staff additions and other growth, a company that specializes in installing building exteriors was named a finalist for a state award.
A family that has for decades been considering developing its farm on Deerfield’s southeast side has shared a more detailed vision with the village’s Plan Commission.
Cambridge business owners, an office that serves people in need and elected officials discussed challenges and opportunities during an Oct. 14 visit with Dane County Executive Joe Parisi.
A century-old building near downtown Cambridge, that over the years has been many things including a creamery and a flower shop, is back in business.
Two Cambridge businesses are among 25 Wisconsin companies named finalists for 2019 Marketplace Governor’s Awards. The awards announced Sept. 24 honor Wisconsin businesses owned by minorities, women and service-disabled veterans.
Plans for two downtown tax incremental finance (TIF) districts progressed and three downtown businesses, including a new Chinese-Peruvian fusion restaurant, were recommended to receive TIF building improvement grants when Deerfield’s Planning Commission/Economic Development Committee met on …