Incumbent Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and challenger Gloria Reyes discussed how best to serve Madison residents in the first general election debate.
Madison Sourdough employees petition to unionize after owner declined to voluntarily recognize unionBy Francesca Pica | Mar. 3
Approximately 40 of the employees at the bakery will be able to vote on whether to form a union.
Common Council amends zoning code to increase housing accessibility for renters despite community concernsBy Marin Rosen | Mar. 2
The Common Council met Tuesday night to amend the city’s current zoning laws to expand the definition of “family” and increase equity for renters in single-family neighborhoods.
The new building will allow Centro Hispano to broaden their services to 1,000 more Latinx community members.
A Madison nonprofit announced a $2.5 million donation to support the Black Business Hub, which aims to provide resources and support for Black and BIPOC entrepreneurs.
District 17 Alder Sabrina Madison spoke to The Daily Cardinal about her first months in office.
The incumbent mayor won a majority of votes cast and will face former deputy mayor Gloria Reyes in the April 4 general election.
A study conducted by the Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory found that serious injuries and fatalities in Madison decreased by 17% in 2021 and 13% in 2022.
An armed dispute between neighbors caused the Village of Brooklyn to move its polling location, according to Dane and Green County officials.
‘We want to see our classrooms look more like our hallways’: Madison teachers express excitement for new AP African American Studies courseBy Brynn Mancusi | Feb. 21
Two Madison schools volunteered to offer AP African American Studies in fall 2023.
The spring primary election will be held Tuesday to determine which candidates will advance in the mayoral and Common Council races.
District 2 Common Council candidates gathered to discuss Madison community concerns including public safety, housing, transportation and community engagement in a debate forum hosted by UW organizations.
Incumbent District 4 Ald. Michael Verveer faces his first challenger in over 20 years from a UW-Madison senior and student activist.
The three mayoral candidates debated their proposals to build housing, promote economic development and address the city’s food deserts.
‘Who are we protected by?’: New art exhibition ‘Protecting the Black Woman’ centers Black women’s experiencesBy Nadya Hayasi | Feb. 9
The Black Woman’s Affinity Group is hosting a new art exhibition featuring local Black artists through out Black History Month.
The Common Council introduced legislation that would allow developers to build additional housing units on top of existing downtown buildings.
Madison school district superintendent highlights equity, investment for students in State of the District address.By Brynn Mancusi | Feb. 7
Madison Metropolitan School District Superintendent Dr. Carlton D. Jenkins delineated the district’s issues and goals for the near future.
The three mayoral candidates discussed community concerns including zoning, housing, body cameras and public safety at a forum hosted by the Urban League of Greater Madison.
The city plowed through more than 1,200 submissions before selecting 61 finalists the public will vote on to name four snow removal vehicles.
The City of Madison proposes new tax district to fund public works projects, affordable housing in South MadisonBy Eliza Tool | Jan. 31
The proposed tax district would allocate funds to South Madison projects without raising additional taxes.