Max Prestigiacomo has endorsed a candidate for the April 2020 election.
Business teacher David Kruchten has been placed on administrative leave but remains employed by the district.
The initiative’s objective is to create a comfortable environment for residents of Madison.
Plans will be displayed at an open house at the former Oscar Mayer office building.
$2.2 million estimate to restructure city government creates controversy among Common Council membersBy Jackson Mozena | Jan. 23, 2020
City Council members are at odds over the projected cost of changing Madison’s local government in order to better represent the city’s residents.
Muse Independent Styling creates a more accessible way to appreciate Madison-based art.
UW Health and plastic surgery clinics in Madison offer gender-affirming surgeries not available in other parts of Wisconsin.
The Bail Phondraiser aims to raise money for residents’ bail for the holidays.
Though the expansion of a new Dane County Salvation Army homeless shelter faced some opposition from local residents, their petition to halt the project failed to meet city standards.
The DOT’s grant money will contribute to Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway’s MetroForward plan by expanding metro transit’s main facility.
UW-Madison freshman Max Prestigiacomo declared his candidacy Monday for District 8 Alder.
Following Cyc's abrupt closure in September, avid spinners and instructors banded together to create Campus Cycling, a new spinning studio temporarily located at Cyc's former location.
The implications of having a learning disability can extend beyond the classroom.
Common Council will vote to adopt a resolution declaring this week as Transgender Awareness Week and Nov. 18 as Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Documents related to Alexander Hamilton will be displayed at the Overture Center during the musical’s performances and also in December.
Figueroa said his resignation is in response to politics affecting MPD’s policing decisions.
The Madison Common Council voted to appropriate an additional $166,000 of the 2020 operating budget to hiring three new police officers, as opposed to the initially proposed six, at their meeting on Tuesday evening. Additionally, the council denied a new ambulance to the fire department.
An Instagram account proclaiming to be created by a group of Madison West High School students raised concerns last week.