After more than two months since the “Safer at Home” orders were initially put out across the state, people are starting to get anxious.
A Windsor woman who runs a salon and spa in the Village of Windsor is among 17 plaintiffs listed on a lawsuit asking a federal court to stop local health departments’ orders restricting social gatherings and businesses from opening and to cease enforcement of the orders.
The DeForest Windsor Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to cancel the 4th of July Community Celebration for 2020, according to a press release sent out Thursday, May 21.
As Dane County continues to follow the Safer at Home restrictions the state put in place earlier this year, Dane County parks are playing a critical role in allowing the residents to get outside, exercise, and enjoy the county’s natural beauty.
Gov. Tony Evers today announced $75 million in assistance for small businesses as part of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s We’re All In initiative, a comprehensive effort to celebrate and help Wisconsin’s small businesses get back on their feet and support best practices to k…
Wisconsin’s Unemployment Insurance program is grappling with record-high call volume during the COVID-19 pandemic leaving thousands of jobless people searching for answers on their benefits.
Since the May 11 launch of free COVID-19 testing at the Alliant Energy Center there has been more than 2,800 people taking advantage of the program.
Organizers of the Token Creek Independence Day Celebration have collectively decided to cancel this year’s July 4th celebration due to continued COVID-19 concerns.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Gov. Tony Evers' stay-at-home order Wednesday, ruling that his administration overstepped its authority when it extended the mandate for another month without consulting legislators.
MADISON, Wisconsin (May 13, 2020) – It is with great sadness that the Dane County Fair Association, Inc. announces the cancellation of the 2020 Dane County Fair due to COVID-19. Recently, a State of Emergency was declared for Dane County until at least July 15, 2020, and the Alliant Energy C…
Today, County Executive Joe Parisi announced that Dane County will increase funding for its Dane Arts Need Grant (DANG!) Program to $122,500 following overwhelming community interest. The grant program was announced April 17 and started out at $15,000.
The DeForest Times-Tribune 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.
In his role as Dane County Executive, Joe Parisi has led recovery efforts in the aftermath of floods, tornadoes, power outages and other calamities.
Gov. Tony Evers announced another turn of the dial on Safer at Home Monday to add even more opportunities for Wisconsin businesses to get back to work in a safe and responsible way.
The trend of voters casting absentee ballots has grown in recent years, and as the April 7 election took place amid the COVID-19 crisis, an unprecedented number of Wisconsinites mailed in their ballots.
The Dane County Board will be meeting this evening at 7 p.m., remotely. This will be the first regular meeting of the 2020-2022 Dane County Board, following the April election of County Board members, and the initial meeting to elect leadership.
Tamia Fowlkes of Milwaukee was among thousands of voters in Wisconsin who reluctantly went to the polls on April 7.
Gov. Tony Evers announced today the state’s plan to make Wisconsin one of the top states in testing per capita, in addition to already being one of the top states in COVID-19 testing capacity.
Although it remains closed, the DeForest Area Community and Senior Center is still working to keep local seniors fed with nutritious meals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today, County Executive Joe Parisi announced that Dane County will increase funding for its Small Business Pandemic Support Grant Program to $10.8 million following overwhelming community interest.
500 a week — if the northeast Wisconsin city shut down his business and other public gathering places. But he believed it was a wise call.
The Wisconsin Pork Association (WPA) and the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) have joined forces to start a new program connecting Wisconsin pork producers to local meat processors, consumers and the growing number of people experiencing food insecur…
The library is offering curbside pick-up of books, movies, and other items. Pictured here are staff members Brian Rogers (left) Jo August (right), and Sharon Derke (background) safely bagging up requested items for patrons.
Gov. Tony Evers today announced Wisconsin has received a delivery of 230,000 N95 respirator masks from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), providing a needed boost to efforts to obtain personal protective equipment (PPE) for distribution in the state.
The windows at Genesis Hair & Day Spa in DeForest send a supportive and grateful message to those in the health care field and other essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travel restrictions and social distancing guidelines are working in Wisconsin, according to research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The City of Madison and Dane County are putting forth budget amendments for Public Health Madison & Dane County to support COVID-19 response efforts.
Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday directed the Department of Natural Resources to reopen several state parks, forests, and recreational areas originally closed due to unprecedented crowds and out of an abundance of caution to protect public health.
Calls had slowed considerably for DeForest’s Degnan Design-Build-Remodel for two weeks with the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak and Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order.
Business had dried up for DeForest’s Degnan Design-Build-Remodel with the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak and Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order.
In light of Gov. Tony Evers’ relaxation of COVID-19 Stay at Home restrictions, The DeForest Area Public Library is offering curbside pickup of materials. The curbside service began Friday, April 24.
In a 5-1-1 vote at its April 21 meeting, the DeForest Village Board approved for President Judd Blau to execute a contract with Visual Labs, Inc. for body-worn cameras and recording services to the police department.
One of the first COVID-19 positive test results in the nation was seen in Dane County, and the county’s response has been one of the most aggressive, as well.