Several alders on the Madison City Council felt that they were being asked to “take sides” in the ongoing battle between the University of Wisconsin-Madison and its students.
The Madison school district will carry on with virtual learning at all grade levels until Jan. 22, 2021.
Residents from under-reported areas, including off-campus housing, are especially encouraged to fill out the 2020 Census.
Public Health department plans to combat 'twindemic' with free flu shots for uninsured Dane County residentsBy Addison Lathers | Oct. 12, 2020
Public Health Madison & Dane County will offer a drive-through flu clinic to prevent the spread of the flu while COVID-19 cases in the county remain high.
As Dane County’s inpatient record goes up, so has the number of symptomatic and syndromic cases.
What a ban on '1033 Program' procurement would mean for Madison: An interview with Max PrestigiacomoBy Addison Lathers | Oct. 5, 2020
A proposed ordinance would prohibit the Madison Police Department from obtaining equipment through the "1033 Program," a federal program that allows law enforcement agencies to acquire military gear.
City leaders have announced all the community-selected appointees ahead of the Tuesday City Council meeting.
Supervisors support the resolution but do not believe the County Board has the authority to make demands of the university.
The Plaza tavern’s GoFundMe campaign likely to reach $75,000 goal after just one week.
The Finance Committee voted to approve the program that could fund 48 body cameras for police officers.
Blank released a statement advising Parisi to work with the university instead of against it.
MMSD’s new superintendent Dr. Calrton Jenkins begins his first semester following a long and controversial candidate search.
Tailgating likely to cause infections across Dane County County, Officials warn.
The City Council will soon decide whether or not to put changes to the council’s structure on the spring ballot.
The Police and Fire Commission are now looking for input from the community as the search for the city’s next police chief continues.
Many Dane County private schools were quick to respond to the Supreme Court ruling, announcing to students and parents that in-person instruction will resume.
After a successful summer, the program received praise from the Mayor and city council.