Dane County will invest $570,000 in installing air filtration systems in over 20 buildings to limit the spread of COVID-19 while welcoming visitors back to Dane County spaces.
Supervisor Jeff Weigand wants community input; the Board of Health says the extra time would sacrifice public safety.
Public Health Madison & Dane County released a new emergency order requiring face masks in indoor public spaces until Oct. 8.
The delta variant poses a risk to both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents.
According to recent census data, Dane County's population represents one third of Wisconsin’s population increase.
Residents helping to reinvigorate the Triangle neighborhood, new housing and community center
The program is expected to support 250 families and individuals total in finding permanent housing.
Madison West faces criticism after dividing parents based on race for police brutality conversationsBy Samantha Henschel | Apr. 27
A district representative says the email sent to parents for the conversations was “unfortunately, poorly worded.”
While activists and leaders felt relieved when they heard the verdict, they also stressed for more action on police reform in Madison
The decision, which tracks with recent calls to divest from existing policing models, was made in an 11-8 vote and is expected to be enacted by the end of 2023.
Protesters drove from Milwaukee to Madison in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the Menomonee Falls CBD store.
PHMDC tweeted Monday that thousands of vaccine appointments are available this week in Madison at its community vaccination center.
Officials recommend bringing plastic bags to local retailers or using other more sustainable methods such as reusable bags.
Closure of the Pipefitter marks one more State Street building going out of business this year.
As the Mifflin Block Party time of year approaches, police sent a letter to all Mifflin residents and party-goers of rules and possible fines.
Parisi received 79% of the vote against opponent, Mary Ann Nicholson.
While Dane County police have used no-knock warrants sparingly, a new resolution would formally request that they further limit the use.
April 6 election moves the Common Council in a more progressive direction