The Madison Public Market has faced multiple setbacks over the past two decades and faces another after bids from three construction companies came in above budget.
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Dane County experienced near record-breaking heat this summer, and hotter temperatures are continuing into September.
A 12-story boutique-style apartment complex planned for the current local restaurant Vintage Spirits & Grill location raised alarms for students and community members about a growing affordable housing crisis in Madison.
State Street Starbucks employees voted in favor of unionization June 1 in the U.S. District Court building in Madison.
Employees at Madison’s State Street Starbucks location have faced union-busting attempts from the company’s upper management after filing to unionize in April, according to multiple workers.
MPD captain ‘very serious’ about ending Mifflin Street Block Party following gun incident, assault reports
Madison Police Department Central District Captain of Police Michael Hanson called to end the annual Mifflin Street Block Party in a press conference Monday.
Dane County became the first county in Wisconsin — and the fourth in the nation — to receive 100% of its energy from renewable sources after the completion of the Yahara Solar Project last week.
In 2021, Marilyn McCluskey, an intensive care unit nurse at a local Madison hospital, felt her anxiety grow so severe she sought grief counseling to help cope with her experience on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Q&A: Deputy director of student voter nonprofit organization discusses the importance of student voter turnout
The Wisconsin Supreme Court general election will take place on April 4 and has crucial implications for the future of the state.
Common Council amends zoning code to increase housing accessibility for renters despite community concerns
The Common Council amended a section of Madison's zoning code in order to change the definition of “family” in single-family homes by a 13-6 vote Tuesday in an effort to address the city’s housing shortage.
District 2 Common Council candidates Colin Barushok, Evan McSorley and Juliana Bennett participated in a debate forum at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Hillel on Monday.
Incumbent Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway, and opponents Gloria Reyes and Scott Kerr took part in a community forum held at the Urban League of Greater Wisconsin on Tuesday.
As more and more commercial chains open in downtown Madison, residents and University of Wisconsin-Madison students question storefronts’ impacts on the overall culture and atmosphere of the historical State Street.
The student housing crisis in Madison has become increasingly relevant over the past few weeks as students rush to sign leases for the 2023-24 academic year. One apartment building on campus, however, is accommodating their student residents and combating against the city’s housing market.