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About: fitchburg, wisconsin
Located in the south-central region of Wisconsin, Fitchburg is a relatively new city, being incorporated in 1983. There were just over 20,000 residents in the city after the year 2000. This is actually a suburb of Madison and it's included in the Madison metropolitan area. That area, surrounding and including the state capital, has an estimated population of over 560,000 people, as of 2008.
Local Newspapers: Fitchburg Star Wiscinsin State Journal
Local Sports Teams: Fitchburg Sports Teams
Zip Codes associated with fitchburg, wisconsin:
53575 53593 53711 53713 53719
Towns/Cities near fitchburg, wisconsin : Verona Basco Oregon Orchard Ridge
22-year old man accused of violence in Madison, Fitchburg
A 22-year old man Madison Police officials say pummeled another man at a gas station also allegedly beat a woman in Fitchburg before the gas station violence. Authorities say Darius M. Moore was arrested after Friday's gas station attack.Slowdowns planned Thursday on Verona Road in Fitchburg
The state Department of Transportation says brief traffic slowdowns are scheduled for both directions of Verona Road near Williamsburg Way around 9 a.m. Thursday. Drivers are urged to plan ahead, be alert for delays in the area and allow additional travel time to reach their destination.Fire seriously damages Town of Madison home
Firefighters from three different local departments are responding to a house fire in the Town of Madison. Our crew at the scene says a large part of the home's roof appears to be gone.Armed bank robber at large in Fitchburg
The Fitchburg Police Department is investigating an armed bank robbery at BMO Harris Bank on Fish Hatchery Road around 11 a.m. Monday. The robber fled on foot and ran west, according to officials.Budget passes with minor change
The city will add three new positions next year and cut its tax rates by more than 4 percent under the 2018 budget approved Nov. 20. It also provides funding for Sunday library hours. One budget-neutral amendment, to pay debt more quickly using more than $247,000 from reserves, was modified significantly.Complaint: Woman raped by Uber driver also suffered severely swollen eyes, broken nose, bruising
An Uber driver is accused of knocking a Madison woman unconscious and raping her in the back of his car last week, according to a document filed in court. Doteh Albert Mensah, 36, of Fitchburg, is facing a second-degree sexual assault charge and a substantial battery charge in connection with an assault outside a west Madison home.Uber driver charged with sexual assault in Madison
Court records show Doteh Mensah, 36, of Fitchburg is charged with two felonies -- for second degree sexual assault.and substantial battery. The Madison Police Department says officers were called to UnityPoint Health Meriter Monday night because a woman wanted to report a sexual assault.Bighead Carp Caught on Lower Wisconsin River
With state fisheries crews recently catching four Asian carp on the Lower Wisconsin River and finding another dead along the shore, anglers who catch one of the invasive carp species are reminded to keep the fish and contact their local fish biologist.Police: Stolen vehicle recovered after armed individuals flee on foot
A stolen vehicle was recovered after its owner spotted it and chased off two armed individuals who were in it Saturday morning, police said. The owner of the vehicle and his mother were driving through Fitchburg searching for the vehicle when they spotted it in the Cahill Main area occupied by two people, police said.Deer carcasses litter WI highways as removal duty changes
Some vehicle-struck deer aren't getting removed from Wisconsin highways as quickly as they're being run down, as officials adjust to a new carcass pickup system. A provision in the state budget transferred responsibility for picking up dead deer from the Department of Natural Resources to the Department of Transportation.Warning to those buying gifts for children: Read the labels
If you're buying gifts for children this holiday season, do you know how to read the labels to see if they're safe? The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has some tips. "Make a habit of checking the safety labels on toy packaging and use that information to determine whether the product is appropriate for the home," said Michelle Reinen, Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection.Heinen: What a year
Wish me luck. I'm about to make the case for 2017 being a pretty good year for the city of Madison.4 bighead carp caught on Lower Wisconsin River during fall surveys
With state fisheries crews recently catching four Asian carp on the Lower Wisconsin River and finding another dead along the shore, anglers who catch one of the invasive carp species are reminded to keep the fish and contact their local fish biologist. David Rowe, DNR fisheries supervisor, on the left, and Alex Bentz, DNR fisheries technician, on the right, display a bighead carp captured during DNR fall sturgeon surveys on the Lower Wisconsin River.2 armed men rob victim on Fish Hatchery Road, police say
Fitchburg police were called around 8:50 p.m. to the 2900 block of Fish Hatchery Road for reports of an armed robbery, according to a release. When officers arrived, they found a victim who had been robbed by two men with some type of handgun, police said.Police respond to rollover crash but can't locate the driver
Madison police were requested to assist Fitchburg police with a rollover crash overnight Sunday, where it was believed someone had been ejected from the vehicle but could not be located. Police checked an address in the 1800 block of Beld Street for the registered owner.Wisconsin families turn to death midwives for funeral help
Before Valli Warren's husband died last year after a long illness, the Stoughton couple knew they wanted a home funeral and green burial. But they weren't sure how to make those things happen.Hunters' gunshots near Verona schools prompt soft lockdown, police say
Three Verona schools were placed on soft lockdown Friday morning after a parent reported hearing the echo of gunshots nearby, according to an email from the district. "We wanted to inform you that this morning at 8:48 a.m., Stoner Prairie Elementary, Verona Area International School and Savanna Oaks Middle School were under a Level 1: Building Secure," the email sent to parents said.Fitchburg Follies
A few weeks ago, the Mayor of Fitchburg, Jason Gonzalez, considered cutting out the $50,000 that they had been giving to the Boys and Girls clubs of Dane County. Jason Gonzalez, elected in April over incumbent Steve Arnold, said city finances will be too tight next year to afford $50,000 for the club, as the city has provided annually for about the past four years.Fitchburg passes 2018 budget during heated meeting
The Wisconsin State Journal reports two people were kicked out of the meeting for being critical of how the city was giving money to non-profits. Council members decided to put $50,000 in next year's budget for non-profits, and each organization would be capped at $10,000.Wisconsin firefighters union head running for governor
The Democratic head of the state firefighters union launched his candidacy Monday to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker, looking to avenge a defeat in the 2012 recall while also attempting to become Wisconsin's first African American governor. Mahlon Mitchell, a Madison firefighter who lives in the suburb of Fitchburg, said he was running because "after eight years of Scott Walker, it's time for change."
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