Friends of Ukraine Madison held a rally Saturday on the Wisconsin State Capitol steps to recognize the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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Anti-war and pro-Palestine demonstrators gathered at the Wisconsin State Capitol on Friday to demand lawmakers oppose an upcoming federal bill that would provide over $14 billion for Israel’s military to use in Gaza.
Dane County Parks, the largest county park system in a Wisconsin metro area, hosted a virtual meeting Wednesday to promote its Parks and Open Space Plan and the Great Sauk-Walking Iron Trail project.
Madison Metro Transit activated new bus schedules Sunday to improve bus reliability and prepare local bus lines for a bus rapid transit (BRT) route expected to go online late next year.
Madison Metro Transit confirmed two bed bug sightings on city buses, the department announced Tuesday.
Madison and Dane County health officials unveiled a new dashboard Monday to track trends of viral illnesses, including COVID-19, influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).
The Great Midwest Hemp Fest hosted its annual festival Sunday with local vendors, musicians and advocacy for cannabis reform.
Chicago-based developer Core Spaces is moving forward with a plan to build a new 1,650-1,700 bed apartment building in downtown Madison.
Workers at Madison-based insurance company TruStage held a rally at the Wisconsin State Capitol building on July 29 in protest of the company’s alleged unfair labor practices and stalled contract negotiations.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors approved an additional $13.5 million in funding for the Dane County Jail project to replace outdated cell blocks with a new consolidated six-story, 825-bed jail facility on Thursday.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) announced $6 million in funding to expand culturally responsive mental health services in Madison schools on April 4.
Candidates for the Madison Board of Education debated issues including honors courses and staffing shortages March 21 at Madison East High School ahead of the April 4 election.
The Dane County Salvation Army and congressional representatives announced a $4 million federal grant funding a new shelter for women, children and families experiencing homelessness at a press conference Monday.
Incumbent Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and challenger Gloria Reyes sat down with the Madison community to debate issues including public safety, affordable housing and the city’s budget last week at the Madison Central Library.
The Ascendium Education Group, a Madison nonprofit, has announced a $2.5 million donation to support the construction of a business center for local Black entrepreneurs.
Traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries in Madison decreased by 17% in 2021 and 13% in 2022, according to a study conducted by the Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The study tracked the number of serious injuries and fatalities in Madison since 2019.
The City of Madison proposes new tax district to fund public works projects, affordable housing in South Madison
The City of Madison proposed a $115 million plan to support communities in South Madison by allocating tax revenue toward economic development in the area.
It’s time to spring into second semester at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and if you’re looking for some advice, here’s a shower of suggestions. School is hard, winter is cold and moist socks are uncomfortable, but finding ways to freshen up your school year isn’t an impossible task.
Madison’s Common Council passed a new initiative to build high-density housing outside downtown Madison to address the city’s growing housing crisis earlier this month.