The longtime head of the local Journey Mental Health Center won a public service award Monday.
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Netflix’s new original series from Marvel is “Jessica Jones.” It premiered Nov. 20 on the site and already is a distinctive standout from other superhero tales. Krysten Ritter (“Don’t Trust the B---- in Apartment 23”) gives a heroic performance in an otherwise non-heroic superhero persona as Jones. This role gives Ritter the opportunity to break away from her past experience in comedy, and prove she is a multifaceted actress. “Jessica Jones” is a melting pot of varied emotion and mood, which Ritter seems to perfectly harness. At times the plot can be extremely dark and disturbing, while other times it can be snarky and fun. Ritter proves she is up to the challenge, gracefully playing one of the most graceless, damaged, tormented and complex superheroes on television.
The Henry Vilas Zoo's newest animals will come thanks to the support of donors, whose gifts will be matched up to $10,000. The fundraising effort is part of Giving Tuesday efforts nationwide.
The Henry Vilas Zoo plans to add two new animals in 2016—a young male harbor seal and an adult female orangutan—with the help of donations from the community, according to a press release.
Madison police are looking for a suspect after an altercation on State Street early Sunday morning.
As the holiday season approaches, national retail revenues skyrocket, leaving some local businesses in the dust.
Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval defended MPD’s traffic ticket citations in a blog post on their website Thursday, detailing the process of issuing tickets and the factors taken into account.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced Thursday awards totaling over $764,000 for the expansion of bike trails in the Madison area.
Shop owner Jack Garver began working at his mother's art gallery in 1986. Though the State Street location will close, a new, downsized location will open in February on South Bedford Street.
Fanny Garver Gallery will close its State Street location in February in order to downsize to a smaller space on South Bedford Street.
Madison police arrested a homeless man Tuesday for battery after he stomped on another man’s head.
The Common Council voted to delay the implementation of body cameras Tuesday after reviewing the recommendations of a recent report on their popularity among the community.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors approved the 2016 operating budget Monday by a 33-3 vote.
More than 5 percent of Madison residents commute by bicycle, utilizing 75 miles of bike paths.
The French House is a francophone private residence hall located just off campus that serves French-speaking students.
The Wisconsin Bike Federation announced Monday the City of Madison has achieved Platinum status as a bicycle-friendly community.
The French House, a francophone cultural center and private residence hall located just off campus, brought members of the public together Monday in support of lives lost during recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
Madison police arrested a 42-year-old man after he attempted to steal money from cash registers at a slew of State Street restaurants last week.
The office of the mayor announced Wednesday that the HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program will provide permanent residence for 25 homeless veterans in the city of Madison.
Uncommon is one of many recent downtown apartment buildings under construction right now.