The Common Council proposed legislation to change zoning ordinances that would encourage affordable housing development in downtown Madison at a meeting Tuesday.
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The Madison Streets and Engineering Division unveiled its 61 finalists in the naming contest for four new snow removal vehicles.
Three design teams presented their proposals to remodel the Lake Monona Waterfront Thursday evening at the Madison Public Library.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund filed an appeal challenging the dismissal of a lawsuit brought on behalf of a former employee of one of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s primate research centers Dec. 2.
District 8 Ald. Juliana Bennett and legislative assistant Colin Barushok announced their candidacy for District 2 alder in the April 4, 2023 Common Council election.
The family of a college student who died in a Madison house fire pressed the importance of fire safety at a press conference last Friday, 15 years after his death.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by a former primate caretaker at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s primate research center last week following allegations that the university violated the First Amendment.
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Madison assisted living facility to end Medicaid coverage, potentially displacing dozens of residents
Assisted living facility Cedarhurst of Madison notified residents they must find new homes by Dec. 10, when the facility will stop accepting Medicaid payments.
Six candidates have thrown their hats in the ring to be Madison’s next District 17 alder, filling the remainder of former Ald. Gary Halverson’s term. He resigned in late September.
Stu Levitan, a longtime resident of Madison, is famous for his books documenting the city’s history. His most recent book, “Madison in the Sixties,” focused on the cultural and political upheavals the city faced in the 1960s surrounding urban development, racial equality and the Vietnam War.
Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced a proposal for $740,000 in funding to reduce opioid-related overdoses and deaths in the community during a press conference on Thursday.
Businesses on the 400 block of State Street have moved to new locations in anticipation of a plan to demolish and redevelop the block.
Scott Walker says UW-Madison COVID shutdowns slowed “the spread of communism” at campus speaking engagement
Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker spoke at Grainger Hall on Wednesday, describing the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a place of Marxist indoctrination and touching on several issues including the 2024 presidential election and Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
President Joe Biden and Governor Tony Evers spoke at UW-Superior this Wednesday, where they discussed the expected impact of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which was passed in under the Biden administration in Nov. 2021.
The Common Council narrowly voted 13-7 Tuesday night to accept a $750,000 federal matching funds grant from the Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing (COPS) Hiring Program. The grant provided by the DOJ is expected to provide funding for six additional Madison Police Department officer positions in 2023.
The Dane County Executive Committee voted 5-2 to indefinitely postpone a symbolic proposal made by Dane County Supervisor Anthony Gray, Dis. 14, to end qualified immunity for Dane County law enforcement agencies.
The Wisconsin Boys & Girls Clubs announced plans to coordinate with the Wisconsin Office of Emergency Management to distribute over 450,000 N95 masks to communities across the state at no cost to residents.
The UW Health Trauma Center reported an 80% increase in firearm injuries in 2020 and is expected to see similar levels in 2021.
In the past decade, the city of Madison has grown substantially, having gained an additional 75,361 residents with much of that growth being centered in the downtown area.