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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
Madison's south side celebrates new Penn Park pavilion
Dozens of families came out to enjoy live music, play games and check out the new pavilion in the park. "This park has become a pipeline for college.Classic Corvette plows into side of Monroe clinic
Police say a 1977 Chevrolet Corvette, driven by Larry R. Mann, 69, of Winslow, Illinois, collided with the Onsrud Chiropractic Clinic, at 404 West 101/2 St. about 9:30 a.m. Mann was alone in the vehicle. The Monroe Building Inspector was called in to assess damages to the structure.Reedsburg students, officials break ground on new elementary school
"This new elementary school will serve students, families and the community for decades to come," said District Administrator Tom Benson. "It is a really exciting time for the district," said School Board President Gary Woolever.Man who sexually assaulted UW student to live in Fitchburg
A Madison man who sexually assaulted a UW-Madison student in a stairwell in 2006 finished his jail sentence and will be moving to Fitchburg. Paul Aud, 44, was convicted of second-degree sexual assault after he attacked a 20-year-old woman he did not know in the stairwell of her Langdon Street apartment building, according to police.Youth fights disrupt Fitchburg Days Monday, May 21
FITCHBURG, WI - Police say a rash of juvenile disturbances led to the early closing of the Fitchburg Days midway. Numerous disturbances were reported Friday evening at the festival.DOT: New traffic pattern in place on Verona Road
Delays are anticipated Monday morning in Fitchburg as drivers adjust to the new traffic pattern in the area, Department of Transportation officials said. Two lanes will remain open in each direction on Verona Road and County Road PD/McKee Road, but all Verona Road traffic is now shifted to the east between County Road PD and Raymond Road, according to a release.Kids Building Wisconsin aims to get the next generation excited about construction
The "ins and outs" of construction were hammered home at the fifth edition of Kids Building Wisconsin at McKee Farms Park in Fitchburg. "We wanted to create this industrywide event to promote the industry, and the great jobs that we have in the industry," Event Coordinator Robert Thayer explained.Man illegally in country is fugitive from Dane County child sex assault case
A man authorities say is in this country illegally is a fugitive after failing to show up for court in a Dane County felony, child sex assault case. Last month, $4,500 bail was posted for 22-year-old Osmar Nocamendi of Fitchburg, and he was released from the Dane County Jail.Vandals dump 'Sunburst' Bucky into Lake Mendota
A statue from the "Bucky on Parade" display was found in the water Thursday morning in Madison, according to the Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau. " Bucky on Parade " is a public art event.Fitchburg man indicted in Madison, Monona robberies
Anthony D. Jones, 30, was arrested April 30. Authorities say Jones robbed the Old National Bank on Monona Drive in Monona that day and is also linked to the robbery of a BP gas station on Pflaum Road in Madison a few days earlier. Jones is also accused of brandishing a weapon during the crime in Monona.Car crash blocks part of US-14 in Fitchburg
Dane County dispatchers tell 27 News the crash happened around 5:45 a.m. One car was involved. There's no word if anyone is hurt.Traffic Alert: Northbound lanes closed on U.S.-151 at McKee Rd. due to accident
Officials in Fitchburg are investigating after police say two vehicles were involved in a crash on U.S.-151 northbound and McKee Rd. shortly before midnight on Monday. Right now, police say they don't know when the northbound lanes will reopen, and traffic is being diverted on to McKee Rd. Madison police have released a surveillance image of a man they say is connected to an attempted burglary early May 3, 2018.DNR: Small-scale fish kill on Madison lakes likely related to rise in water temperatures
Anyone going out on Madison lakes may see dead fish collecting in lagoons, channels and bays due to a late April fish kill likely caused by a rapid increase in water temperatures, Department of Natural Resources officials said. The rapid warmup in water temperatures may be stressing fish and making them more susceptible to bacterial disease, according to a release.More
A woman attending Madison's Common Council meeting Tuesday night became angry at alders after the council denied a motion to reconsider its previous decision to remove a monument dedicated to Confederate soldiers buried in Forest Hill Cemetery. "Do not desecrate the dead, I'm here for the silent majority in America that are in defiance of what you're doing," Bernstein told alders during her speech."Handstand Challenge" for foster care
Between 2015- 2016, Wisconsin saw a 32 percent increase in children being removed from their homes due to parent neglect from substance abuse. The Coalition for Youth and Families is launching a handstand challenge to encourage more families to get involved with foster care.Firefighters say this boat caught fire, burning other equipment in the shed.
The fire happened on the 3000 block of Highway M in Clyman, according to the Clyman Fire Department. Firefighters say they put out the fire in less than half an hour, but stayed on the scene for three hours putting out hot spots as they popped up.AAA reminds drivers to share roads safely with bicyclists
The warmer weather we are now experiencing means that drivers and bicyclists will be sharing the road more often. May is National Bicycle Safety Month in Wisconsin.Green Alert helps locate missing veterans
Wisconsin is now using a new system to alert the public if a veteran is at risk or missing due to a physical or mental health condition. A Green Alert works just like an Amber Alert or Silver Alert.Rural ambulance service shuts down after EMTs resign
When you call 9-11, you expect a quick response to your emergency. But thousands of people in several south Wisconsin communities may soon see wait times go up.New hope for expecting moms addicted to opioids
A new grant for a treatment center in northeast Wisconsin is helping not just women, but their newborns as well. Moms at Libertas Treatment Center in Marinette can take a medication that decreases cravings and gives them a clear mind to focus on treatment.
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