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Although Common Council has yet to vote on a proposal to build a new, combined apartment and retail complex located on the 500 block of State Street, restaurant owners who would be displaced by the project are making arrangements to secure their business’ future.
A Madison police officer who shot and killed an unarmed citizen while responding to an alleged burglary last November agreed to resign from the force Friday, exactly one week after Chief Noble Wray filed a complaint calling for his termination.
One of Madison’s most familiar faces may be sticking around City Hall for a little longer. Mayor Paul Soglin, 68, confirmed Friday he will run for re-election in November 2015.
Paul DeLuca announced his resignation as University of Wisconsin-Madison’s provost and chancellor for academic affairs Wednesday in a press release, stating he will return to the faculty as soon as the university hires his replacement.
Wisconsin’s state finance committee voted early Wednesday in favor of ejecting an independent, non-profit investigative journalism organization from its current home on University of Wisconsin-Madison’s campus, a decision UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication Director Greg Downey said infringes on innovative professional research and academic freedom.
The Madison Police Department will increase patrol numbers to curb unruly behavior the first five weekends of the school year, according to MPD Lt. Dave McCaw.
The fast-pace and turbulence of college puts students at a high risk of experiencing mental health issues during their academic careers, yet a 2012 study showed of the 73 percent of participants who reported a mental health crisis, more chose to suffer alone than to seek assistance. University of Wisconsin-Madison student government leaders hope a new peer-to-peer advising office will change that.
A 20-year-old woman awoke to an intruder in her College Court residence early Sunday morning, according to a police report. The burglar allegedly “growled” at the woman before fleeing with her roommate’s laptop, the report said.
Star of the cult hit comedy “Workaholics” and 2003 University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate Anders Holm did not stray from his hallmark brand of getting-as-close-to-the-line-without-crossing-it humor as he delivered a pop culture-soaked and heartfelt commencement speech to UW-Madison’s class of 2013 at the Kohl Center Saturday.
The low turnout and peaceful, law-abiding nature of 2013 Mifflin Street Block Party attendees allowed police to send officers home earlier than expected, lessening the cost to tax-payers and inspiring the city to look into decreasing patrol levels at future Mifflin Street Block Parties, according to Madison Police Department Lt. Dave McCaw.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is investigating an incident in which sorority members interrupted The Brink Lounge during a performance of The Vagina Monologues Saturday, according to a university official.
An historic Catholic school will reopen as faith-based housing for University of Wisconsin-Madison students August 15 following a slim vote of approval by the city Council Tuesday, despite ongoing concerns about the future tax exemptions for the building owners.
The independent restaurant owners whose businesses contribute to State Street’s unique atmosphere saw the extent of their community’s support Monday, when customers showed up en masse to a neighborhood meeting in opposition of a Chicago firm’s plan to redevelop University Inn.
City officials brainstormed ideas on how to bring more 18+ entertainment options to the campus area and amended a city ordinance to better assist those in the community suffering from alcoholism at a meeting Wednesday.
Madison police officers will be present on and around Langdon Street, in addition to the Mifflin Street area May 4 due to the overflow of students from the 2012 block party into the Greek community following last year’s stricter Mifflin patrols, according to Langdon neighborhood Police Officer Grant Humerickhouse.
The newly formed Madison Arts Commission Hip-Hop subcommittee held its inaugural meeting Wednesday, where it attempted to specify long-term goals, define the art of “hip-hop” and explore funding options as well as community-outreach initiatives.
The Madison police officer assigned to the Langdon Street area is holding a public meeting Thursday evening to answer questions for students confused about the status of the 2013 Mifflin Street block party.
Representatives from the Monona Terrace and the Judge Doyle Square development project presented at a city meeting Monday the revenue generating opportunities a proposed downtown hotel could bring to Madison by drawing new clients to host conventions at the Terrace.
While certain students reacted with vigilantism and anger to the news Friday that Madison Police Department canceled Mifflin Street block party, many responded with confusion over what it actually means and how it will change this year’s block party experience.
Madison police released a letter to Mifflin residents Thursday which includes a stipulation that police are canceling the Mifflin Street block party, after announcing policies it will implement for the May 4 event at a recent meeting.