Dane County Board Chair Patrick Miles announced Friday that three members of the Dane County Board of Supervisors resigned this week, including a seat that represents much of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.
Workers at Madison-based insurance company TruStage held a rally to protest the company’s alleged unfair labor practices.
The chairman of the Town of Berry, a small community just northwest of Madison, phoned the police on a town supervisor during a Pride event at the town hall after previously opposing efforts to display the Pride flag during Pride month.
A boutique-style apartment complex planned for the current Vintage Spirits & Grill location has students and community members worried about Madison’s growing affordable housing crisis.
Union members demonstrated in front of the Capitol Square location and claimed Starbucks district and regional managers instructed them to remove Pride decorations from both State Street and Capitol Square locations.
An overwhelming number of State Street Starbucks employees voted in favor of unionization in hopes of beginning negotiations for better working conditions and treatment.
TruStage employees returned to work, marking the end of their strike that began on May 19 while leaving the door open for a return to the picket lines if new negotiations falter.
All Metro bus stops will undergo changes during the bus system’s biggest overhaul in over 20 years.
Employees at the State Street Starbucks location will vote on whether to form a union Thursday, June 1.
MPD captain ‘very serious’ about ending Mifflin Street Block Party following gun incident, assault reportsBy Marin Rosen | May. 3
Madison Police Department Captain Michael Hanson held press conference on Monday to address concerns about the annual Mifflin Street Block Party and shared plans to potentially eliminate the event.
The school district’s preliminary budget included a 3.5% pay increase for teachers, drawing criticism from the teachers’ union that the raise does not adequately meet rising living costs.
Saturday’s event united workers from Madison and Milwaukee in their fight for fair compensation and better working conditions on campus and beyond.
Dane County paired with Alliant Energy and SunVest Solar to install 33,000 solar panels, resulting in Dane County becoming the first county in Wisconsin to achieve 100% renewable energy for its electric usage.
The funding passed after the Dane County Sheriff’s Office struck a deal with the Dane County Black Caucus to implement additional criminal justice reforms.
Madison’s Office of Sustainability hosted Rally on April 22 in honor of Earth Day.
After over a year of negotiations, union representatives said CUNA’s refusal to negotiate in good faith has led to the union taking action towards fighting for fair contracts and compensation.
Madison officials stressed the importance of safety precautions after a porch collapsed, hospitalizing two people at last year’s party.
The city will receive funding from the Biden Administration’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to replace six bridges around John Nolen Drive.
Isadore Knox Jr. won the District 14 alder seat after a recount resulted in a tie and his name was drawn from a hat.
Workers at Madison's downtown Starbucks location announced Tuesday they will file to unionize, citing intimidation, labor cuts and unclear standards.