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The announcement brought relief to many students struggling to stay motivated after more than a year of mostly online learning.
If the Wisconsin Supreme Court would have allowed the governor's emergency order to last one more full day, the increased aid would have lasted another month.
The building would likely be the city's third tallest behind the state Capitol and UW-Madison's Van Hise Hall, and certainly the tallest building with a residential component.
The search for Barry Alvarez’s replacement as UW’s athletic director has begun. Here’s what we know about the process and the people, including football coach Paul Chryst, who will determine the best candidates.
Vaccination rates for most racial and ethnic minorities are lower than for whites statewide and in Dane County.
It’s easier to create a housing co-op in the city due to changes in the zoning code, but other changes may be needed to ensure cooperative living is welcoming for all who seek it.
L'Etoile, the star of Madison's fine-dining scene, plans to reopen for in-person seating on Wednesday after being closed for more than a year due to the pandemic.
According to city officials, the refrigerator is in violation of city zoning codes which state that a food pantry can’t exist within a residentially zoned area.
At the Wednesday listening session, business owners described the ways unaffordable health insurance and spotty internet are holding their communities back.