Common Council will vote to adopt a resolution declaring this week as Transgender Awareness Week and Nov. 18 as Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Documents related to Alexander Hamilton will be displayed at the Overture Center during the musical’s performances and also in December.
Figueroa said his resignation is in response to politics affecting MPD’s policing decisions.
The Madison Common Council voted to appropriate an additional $166,000 of the 2020 operating budget to hiring three new police officers, as opposed to the initially proposed six, at their meeting on Tuesday evening. Additionally, the council denied a new ambulance to the fire department.
An Instagram account proclaiming to be created by a group of Madison West High School students raised concerns last week.
Porchlight and Salvation Army homeless shelters abide by a strict policy to not turn anyone away when wind chills reach under 20 degrees.
The F-35 jets could cause peak noise levels of over 100 decibels — the same volume produced by jackhammer — according to the environmental impact study.
The local airport will add new stops in major nationwide cities, on top of their 19 existing direct flights.
This past year, Jake Nitzkin founded Bedside DJ, a program aimed to lift the spirits of senior citizens through music.
Library on Wheels offers more opportunities for students with limited access to public libraries to check out a book.
Popular regional bus companies will no longer load passengers outside of Memorial Union due to safety and traffic concerns, like narrow streets and sidewalks that are heavily populated by pedestrians and bicyclists.
Sally Rohrer, pending final approval, will represent campus-centric District 8 until the next election in April.
The Langdon Street Resource Officer will be replaced with one officer responsible for patrolling popular campus blocks like Langdon, Gilman, State and more.
20,000 people purchased Freakfest tickets this year, compared to significantly higher sales in the past.
Madison Police Department officers responded to a report of a man with a gun in West Madison on Sunday night.
The Housing Strategy committee accepted the city’s report Thursday detailing methods to combat gentrification.
The owner of the Rastafarian Church’s building, at 555 W. Mifflin St., filed eviction proceedings against the establishment’s owners in June.
Factors such as health care and “exploitative” landlord practices have led to an imbalance in the homeless community, according to Ald. Michael Tierney.
Madison Metropolitan School District announced Marlon Anderson’s reinstatement Monday after the black security guard was fired for using the N-word while correcting a student that directed the slur at him. Anderson was fired Oct. 16 under a “zero tolerance” policy of racial slurs being used by staff.