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The Cambridge Village Board will talk further about lowering the required height of pool fences from 6 to 4 feet.

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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.

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Nikolay Middle School language arts teacher Sarah Singsime began cleaning out her classroom for the summer recently. The space was frozen in time, she said.

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Dane County loosened its COVID-19 restrictions as summer officially kicked off this week, while Jefferson County remained open for all activities with public health guidance but no restrictions there.

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Last year, the Cambridge EMS rolled out a community health program with EMTs regularly visiting seniors and others at home, to help ward off emergency calls.

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Deer-Grove EMS is the recent recipient of a special piece of disinfecting equipment created by Bruce Winkler of Innovation Strategies, and built by Electronic Theatre Controls in Middleton. With the COVID-19 pandemic creating havoc with supply lines for critical PPE such as N-95 masks, gowns…

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some local government meetings are now occurring online. Please reach out directly to municipal offices to learn how to attend online meetings, including access codes. To add a meeting to this list, email ksaemann@hngnews.com or call (608) 220-7285.

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The Cambridge News and Deerfield Independent has taken home six awards in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s 2019 Better Newspaper Contest. The awards include:

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County Executive Joe Parisi has announced that Dane County will increase funding for its Dane Arts Need Grant (DANG!) Program to $122,500 following overwhelming community interest.

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Local community members participated in programming through the Cambridge Community Activities Program (CAP) about 81,900 times in 2019.

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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.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most local government meetings are now occurring online. Please reach out directly to municipal offices to learn how to attend online meetings, including access codes. To add a meeting to this list, email ksaemann@hngnews.com or call (608) 220-7285.

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Early in Wisconsin’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were things Deer-Grove EMS was able to do to prepare, like source surgical masks.

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Madison Dane County Public Health is looking for information on a dog that bit a woman at CamRock County Park, between Cambridge and Rockdale, Saturday morning May 16.