Two UW-Madison students, Kyle Szarzynski and Sam Stevenson will run for Madison Common Council next spring.
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The Joint Southeast Campus Area Committee unanimously recommended plans for a new UW athletics ice hockey and swimming facility Monday.
Madison Common Council members submitted additional amendments to Mayor Dave Cieslewicz's capital and operating budgets for 2011, which the council will consider Tuesday.
Overture Center for the Arts theater technician Davin Pickell filed three ethics complaints this past week against Mayor Dave Cieslewicz, Overture Center President Tom Carto and 201 State Foundation chairperson Deirdre Garton.
The Alcohol License Review Committee did not make a final decision on possibly revoking R Place on Park's alcohol license at a hearing Monday.
Four men living on the 500 block of West Mifflin were robbed at gunpoint early Wednesday morning.
The Board of Estimates approved an amendment to next year's operating budget that would add eight Madison police officers Monday.
Dane County's detoxification center may have to reduce its services for next year, according to the Wisconsin State Journal, in light of annual deficits and reduced public funding.
Mayor Dave Cieslewicz and others gave presentations on city development at the first annual State of Downtown Thursday.
UW-Madison students and visitors have come to love Halloween today. In the 1970s Halloween was an informal gathering of costumed students and visitors along with a lack of gated fences and ticket sales. However, after being made an official event in 1979, Halloween on State Street gained not only national attention, but crowds reached 100,000 by the early '80s. Halloween on State Street got out of hand in 2002 as the Madison Police Department had to deploy tear gas for the first time in over 30 years in an attempt to control an estimated riot of 65,000 attendees. After these events, the City of Madison's government took control of the event along with a name change, officially calling the event Freakfest. Today Freakfest has calmed down since the days of the riots with a maximum admission to the event of 35,000, after purchasing a ticket, and limited entrance to State Street.
The Alcohol License Review Committee voted Wednesday to re-schedule a hearing on the alcohol license of R Place on Park for Nov. 8.
Madison's Landmark Commission unanimously approved three conditions for the Edgewater Hotel project Monday.
A Baraboo man is in good condition at UW Hospital after a Siberian tiger bit him at the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue and Educational Center Friday.
Ald. Julie Kerr, District 13, met with a subcommittee of the Alcohol License Review Committee to discuss her proposal to extend the Alcohol License Density Ordinance boundary.
Representatives from Metro Transit and the Madison Public Library, among others, answered questions concerning the proposed 2011 Executive Operating Budget at the Board of Estimates meeting Monday.
The Overture Ad Hoc Committee voted 6-3 Friday to recommend the city of Madison purchase the Overture Center and have a private non-profit operate the center.
Three people were killed in an alleged drunken driving accident near Madison early Thursday.
Hundreds gathered on Library Mall this weekend for the Madison chapter of the National Organization to Reform Marijuana Law's 40th annual Great Midwest Marijuana Harvest Festival.
Over 400 people braved the crisp fall weather by Lake Mendota for the Brittany Zimmermann Memorial 5K Run/Walk Saturday to remember the UW-Madison student and raise money for the investigation into her April, 2008, murder.
The Dane County Sheriff's Office squad cars will don pink ribbons to spread awareness and show support for National Breast Cancer Awareness month today.