Squelching mud underfoot, Cassie Noltnerwyss points out a strip of brown in a sea of bright green crops planted on her Cross Plains farm.
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Mark Richardson connects "talent" — the prospective employees he coaches — with "opportunity" — potential employers — by relying on connections he's made in the Madison area.
With the regular season wrapping up and the Northwoods League playoffs approaching, players reflect on their summer experience.
Part of a $19.8 million project -- including more than $10 million in public funding -- that could eventually include an adjacent hotel, Garver Feed Mill will host an event center and 11 other local food and wellness businesses.
After a tough last-second loss on the road against the Lansing Ignite Tuesday, Forward Madison is still working to make a playoff push midway through its season. Coming off a four-game unbeaten streak, Forward Madison was looking forward to continue its hot streak in Michigan.
A heart attack last year fueled Dawkins' passion for working on health and wellness with his clients at the Men’s Health and Education Center in a barbershop on Grand Canyon Drive.
The drama surrounding the moon landing 50 years ago this month played out on the front pages of the Cap Times, collected here by Capital Newspapers librarian Chris Lay. Stories of the monumental event played out alongside stories about Paul Soglin's engagement (appearing the day after a stor…
During the annual Fools' Flotilla organized by the River Alliance of Wisconsin, well-over 300 people floated along the Yahara River in pirate, gorilla, mermaid, jellyfish and sailor costumes.
“Cities that construct a welcoming environment for companies and workers from around the world to innovate are ultimately successful at exporting solutions on a global scale,” said Chamber President Zach Brandon.
“We have been last, for so long in so many ways,” Tamara Washington said. “It’s time to start putting us first because we are worth it.
"Legacy is about passing the baton to the next generation. We hope to continue to inspire the next generation with those generations that have come before,” said YWCA Madison CEO Vanessa McDowell.
Shubat opened Madison Local Motive in April and is in the process of signing a lease with Roger Charly, who purchased the old depot property in 2013.
“Our daily lives are very stressful and I just need to breathe, and figure out techniques for coping with being a professional black woman in Madison,” said attendee Angela Davis.
“I’m not like a seasoned pageant person … I work in health care and I coach kids. That’s what I do,” Balentine said with a laugh.
“It's a playful installation that makes you think of childhood chemistry sets, old monster movies, and what you could make with such a contraption,” said Exhibit Designer Nadia Niggli.