Ald. Allen Arntsen said he'll support a proposed stadium at Edgewood High School if daytime use of the athletic field is capped at uses in place for 2018, and if the use of lights is limited to a five events per year.
Jessica Tormey, who resigned in the wake of a drunken-driving conviction and allegations of sexual harassment, got a payout of about $54,000 from the University of Wisconsin System to resign earlier this year.
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Education activist and Madison native Kaleem Caire is running for the Madison School Board Seat 3, with the race for Seat 3 suddenly in a state of flux.
Education Resource Strategies, a Massachusetts firm, was hired by MMSD to study its staff allocation models.
Loumos had filed paperwork last week to run for re-election, but decided not to run after learning he might need surgery for a non-life-threatening health issue.
Don Stanley started teaching a course about podcasting, blogging and social media in 2008. That's eons in social media years.
The UW Board of Regents provided 10 of 13 UW chancellors with an early Christmas present: performace raises ranging from $14,421 to $72,668.
"I was happy to be done with local politics when I left the Dane County board a dozen years ago but I cannot ignore the current crisis in Madison's public schools," Blaska said in his announcement.
"Thank you for putting up with me for the last nine and a half years," Evers said to his colleagues on the board.
Steps include annual trips to a Holocaust museum in Illinois, peace assemblies in December and Holocaust speakers for middle school students.
Senate President Roger Roth ordered the Senate gallery cleared of onlookers, prompting jeers and shouts of "Shame! Shame!"
The youth’s mother acknowledged that, short on money, she had been unable to do laundry. The group arranged for her to be picked up and taken to a laundromat to wash clothes, as well as having her visit the school’s food pantry to get her family something to eat and to its clothes closet to get clothing.