The Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Madison gave out fifty $500 stipend payments to those in need, and plans to give out more when funds are available.
Metro transit proposed to reduce the number of buses operating on State Street and adjust current routes in preparation for future Bus Rapid Transit project.
The lagging COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Wisconsin means teachers and child care workers will wait until mid-March for first dose, after in-person instruction begins.
While molecular sequencing is required to confirm reinfection, Public Health Madison & Dane County has recorded rising numbers of “suspected” cases of reinfection in Dane County.
Doctors Westergaard, Andes and Sethi Encourage Prudent Behavior in the face of a new strain.
Phillips would be the first person of color to have a statue in the Capitol.
The rush to vaccinate teachers comes as the Madison Metropolitan School District plans to phase back to in-person learning soon.
Small businesses in Madison are receiving financial support and training programs through city council efforts aimed to repair damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Incumbent Paul Skidmore will face first time candidate Nikki Conklin in upcoming April 6th election for the District 9 alder position
MMSD to resume classes in early March, teachers concerned about potential COVID-19 exposure
W. Jerome Frautschi foundation gave $10 million to a new, 100,000 square-foot museum coming to the downtown area.
About 40 homeless people will have to move out of the Temporary Park Encampment at McPike Park by Feb. 28, as the city cites the effect on residential neighborhoods.
The Public Safety Review Committee recommends disregarding MPD report about use of tear gas.
New local ordinance loosens COVID-19 restrictions, allows for larger public gatherings
Over 60,000 Dane County residents have received their first dose of the COVID-19.
Madison Common Council approved the allocation of $250,000 from its small business relief fund towards efforts for the Center for Black Excellence and Culture
The MPD released a report on the use of tear gas over three decades, will be reviewed by city council
The school district is investigating after middle schoolers were asked to determine how they would punish a slave in a hypothetical question meant to test their knowledge of Hammurabi’s code.
Officials unveil new homeless shelter capable of housing 250 amidst ongoing COVID-19 housing crisis.