Logan’s Madtown Restaurant and Bar permanently closed its doors Monday after the city attorney’s office filed charges against the owners in October for violating terms of its liquor license in addition to a city alcohol ordinance.
Dane County’s Homeless Issues Committee met with members of the community Tuesday to review the city and county’s past actions in relocating members of Occupy Madison from Lake View Hill County Park to Token Creek Park earlier this month.
Two labor groups released the results of a comprehensive dining guide Tuesday rating the working conditions restaurant employees in central Madison.
Members of Madison’s finance committee approved Mayor Paul Soglin’s recommendation to ban using borrowed reserve funds in future city operating budgets at a Board of Estimates meeting Monday.
City planners unanimously recommended a 12-story apartment proposal at a meeting Monday, which would require the demolition of two existing residences and an office building on North Bassett and West Dayton Streets.
Developers plan to demolish three buildings on West Dayton, West Johnson and North Broom streets to make way for an apartment complex geared toward young professionals in Madison.
Mayor Paul Soglin discussed a survey seeking community input on a future public market in Madison at a press conference Monday.
Madison police are investigating a theft that occurred at a thrift shop on Williamson Street Friday involving an unidentified female suspect who allegedly stole a 69-year-old woman’s wallet.
A 28-year-old Madison resident called police Saturday after a friend robbed him and another man threatened him with a gun, according to police.
City officials heard the initial development proposal for a fraternity house remodel and postponed further discussion on a downtown development seeking final approval at an Urban Design Commission meeting Wednesday.
A controversial housing development proposal that city officials approved Tuesday could set a precedent for more affordable housing on campus, Mayor Paul Soglin said at a press conference Wednesday.
Madison’s Common Council approved three pieces of legislation Tuesday regarding a proposal for a multi-purpose condominium on the 300 block of West Johnson Street.
Detectives named a Milwaukee man the primary suspect in four recent Madison robberies when police took him into custody after the man attempted to sell a laptop computer in a diner on the 300 block of West Gorham Street Nov. 20.
Occupy Madison members plan to stay at Token Creek County Park until their 90-day permit expires, after county officials relocated the group from Lake View Hill County Park Tuesday.
University of Wisconsin-Madison police are conducting an ongoing investigation from Nov. 20, when a man approached a UW-Madison student at Memorial Library and demanded her cell phone and other items in the library’s study carrels.
UPDATED 11/26/12: Madison Police Department spokesperson Joel DeSpain confirmed the victim is a University of Wisconsin-Madison student. DeSpain also said he is recommending the firefighter for an award within the police department for his actions.
Ledell Zellers announced Sunday her candidacy as alder for District 2 in the city of Madison.
A 54-year-old man jumped off a West Dayton Street parking ramp Sunday afternoon and died on impact, according to the Madison Police Department.