New owners of the Atwood Avenue Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream Co. shop locked the company out on Wednesday, forcing the store's closure for the season.
“The decisions that are made in [the] city will have a very direct, real and almost immediate impact on people,” Abigail Becker of Cap Times said.
“There's something that inspires a lot of hope in me when there are people at the table who are elderly and people at the table who are 10 years old and we're all working together on this cause,” Marjorie Lewis said.
Madison’s Police Chief Mike Koval announced his retirement in a blog post Sunday.
The Disability Rights Commission voted Thursday not to support a proposed city ordinance that would fine restaurants for providing plastic straws without a customer asking for one first.
RER is expected to cover nearly 20 percent of Madison's current electricity by providing renewable energy to power all or a portion of local businesses.
Members of the committee examined 15 amendments to the budget, initially proposed to lower the total amount of funding by $2.3 million.
Strong rain is expected to continue on Sunday.
A 19-year-old female was sexually assaulted in a car Saturday night, according to the Madison Police Department.
Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway said she is disappointed in the U.S. Air Force’s failure to provide adequate information about the project.
Vaping has become a staple of college culture at UW-Madison — but now the consequences are severe.
The project would incorporate a new homeless shelter, increased mental health services, transitional rooms and income-based housing.
At Cap Times’ annual Idea Fest, the panel discussed concerns about transportation and the local housing market — both major sources of frustration in Seattle.
The Department of Public Instruction released results of the Wisconsin Student Assessment System exams on Thursday, showing less than half of students statewide are proficient in English language arts and mathematics.
City officials have opposing views on nighttime safety initiatives and funding.
The Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Madison will honor the 2019 National Philanthropy Day Award winners this November, including the UW Pre-Veterinary Association.
Madison’s first public market promises to showcase many locally grown and prepared foods, along with handcrafted artwork.
Cephus returned to Camp Randall on Saturday in light of possible civil action from the two students who charged the football player last year.
The couple’s lawyer has her own concerns, stating the entire business is in jeopardy if Hernandez isn’t to return to America.