Dane County leaders announced the additional funding for the “Farm to Foodbank” program ahead of the holiday season as demand is expected to rise.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced $110.6 million in federal funding for Madison's bus rapid transit (BRT) line on Friday.
The final approved budget includes additional funding for the John Nolen Drive reconstruction project, bike path extensions and vehicles for the city's Community Alternative Response Emergency Services (CARES) program.
In exchange for towering apartment buildings, developer Core Space promised to include 10% affordable housing units in its 1,650-bed development for 40 years.
Workers at Madison’s two unionized Starbucks locations held a walkout Wednesday to protest staffing shortages and stalled contract negotiations.
A silent transformation is underway in Madison.
The nonprofit, community-run radio station has operated for nearly 50 years within Madison and its surrounding areas.
The agency will partner with the City of Madison Community Development Authority to host an annual competition that allows teams of university graduate students to address an affordable housing design challenge.
The State Street Starbucks location's request for sharp object containers was declined by management after receiving prior confirmation that an order had been put in by the district manager.
The grassroots organization seeks to promote tenant organization and embolden renters to collectively resist landlord power abuses.
Garden plots at the Atwood Community Gardens have a three-year waitlist due to the lack of urban garden space in Madison.
Union and community members rallied for fair labor contracts that guarantee workers rights at the Wisconsin State Capitol Saturday.
Police are searching for a man with a knife in the Langdon Street area near the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, according to an alert released by the university on the BadgerSAFE app.
Officials confirmed two bed bug sightings on city buses but said Madison Metro is working to contain the issue.
The final approved budget included new amendments, including funding for district programs and pay raises for staff.
Madison schools will alter their start times beginning Nov. 6 in response to an ongoing shortage of bus drivers.
Q&A: Public Health Madison & Dane County tackle COVID-19, respiratory illnesses this fall and winterBy Vanessa Gavilan | Oct. 28
Morgan Finke, communications coordinator for Public Health Madison & Dane County, spoke with The Daily Cardinal about the current and future state of respiratory illness in the county.
Tickets for flights from the Dane County Regional Airport increased by 16.6% from 2022 to 2023, according to a study conducted by LendingTree, marking one the highest domestic flight ticket spikes in the country.