The City of Madison Streets Division announced they will no longer accept plastic film and bags as recyclable materials Tuesday.
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Every four years, U.S. citizens across the country wait in winding lines, patiently standing back-to-back as they prepare to cast their ballots for a presidential election. Yet, when the COVID-19 pandemic arose in March 2020, the days in which strangers could stand less than six feet apart or share an unmasked smile with other voters quickly vanished. While some still opted to vote in person in the 2020 Presidential Election, others cast their vote via absentee ballots in record numbers to avoid the risks associated with contracting the virus.
The Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) announced plans Thursday to resume in-person learning for students grades 3-12 starting April 13, causing concerns among some local educators.
An initiative to erect a statue in honor of Vel Phillips — a prominent civil rights activist and the first Black woman to graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School — at the Wisconsin State Capitol is more than halfway past its fundraising goal.
Public Health Madison and Dane County issued an emergency order easing restrictions surrounding gatherings and activities Monday.
A group of teachers was suspended from a Sun Prairie middle school Monday after assigning a homework activity which asked sixth-grade students to determine how they would “punish” a slave.