This growing city is well known for its sweet corn festival, an ear-nipping groundhog named Jimmy and Sunday night races around the clay oval of Angell Park Speedway, a tradition here since 1903.
Habitat for Humanity of Dane County is also making its mark.
Over the past 21 years, Habitat has constructed 48 homes in the city but that number is about to double with what will become the largest Habitat development in state history. The organization has invested over $3 million in streets, sewer and water lines and other infrastructure to lay the groundwork for Town Hall Crossing.
Read more in the Wisconsin State Journal