The Madison Police Department is looking for a suspect involved in a sexual assault and battery incident that occurred on the 600 block of University Avenue Saturday evening. The suspect allegedly aggressively grabbed the behind of a 20-year-old Madison woman prompting a 26-year-old Chicago man to approach the suspect about his action.
The police had few details — a car pulled into where the crime was occurring and the attacker fled. Immediately, investigators began a meticulous process of sifting through the city’s many public surveillance cameras to try and identify a person of interest.
When Madison Streets Superintendent Charlie Romines woke up on Wednesday, he knew a storm was coming.
Madison police arrested a suspect Thursday connected to the sexual assault of a 24-year-old on East Johnson Street that occurred earlier this month.
The state’s Joint Committee On Finance approved a plan to provide the UW System over $26 million in performance-based funds. The legislature created four major goals for the system to assess: ensuring student access, improving student progress and completion, expanding contributions to the workforce and improving efficiency.
Come 2024, John Nolen Drive will be in store for a major renovation, city engineers told Madison city council members at a meeting Tuesday.
According to data released by by the city last week, Madison real estate is becoming more expensive — especially if you live downtown. Property value citywide increased 7.4 percent between 2017 and 2018, according to the assessments, while residential property increased 6.8 percent. The assessment was conducted by the city assessor, who determines the property value around the city, specifically for the purpose of calculating property taxes.
For chefs, direct access to local farmers and local agriculture is an incredible asset. But for some chefs, specifically those new in town, learning about those resources can be difficult. Bonanno believes it’s important they know where to look.
City council members are scheduled to discuss a new liquor license for a proposed arcade bar on Willy Street at Tuesday’s meeting, but the plan has already divided local residents.