Devonere A. Johnson remains in custody on state and federal charges for allegedly shaking down two Madison taverns.
"Brick and mortar is very focused on making the experience better and unique. It's been bubbling up for a long time."
Fresh from winning 17 awards in a prestigious international chocolate competition, Syovata Edari opens her new CocoVaa Chocolatier shop.
Syovata Edari, a small-batch chocolatier and lawyer, cleaned up in the Academy of Chocolate Awards competition with her CocoVaa chocolates.
The chamber's IceBreaker luncheon at the Kohl Center once again focused on issues of race and gender.
Retired Gen. Marcia Washington says she shed negative labels rather than let them define her
CocoVaa Chocolatier and Mars Inc. have resolved their differences and ended their legal dispute.
Erica Dorsch was sentenced to eight years of probation for child abuse, with a year in jail as part of her probation.
Syovata Edari, who won a round against Mars Inc. in Virginia last month, sues Mars in federal court in Madison to settle a trademark dispute once and for all.
CocoVaa owner calls Mars, Inc., a trademark bully in its lawsuit that was dismissed by a Virginia federal judge
Attorney Syovata Edari plans to represent herself in lawsuit fight she vows to win.
In mid-March, Mars. Inc. sued Syovata Edari at CocoVaa, alleging that name is too similar to “CocoaVia,” Mars’ line of cocoa-derived dietary supplements.
Monta Groce was convicted Friday of sex trafficking, assault, gun and drug offenses after a four-day trial in federal court and he faces 15 years to life in prison at an Oct. 19 sentencing before District Judge William Conley.
Monta Groce, 30, also is on trial for maintaining a Walrath Street residence in Sparta to sell heroin, using a firearm in connection with heroin use and assaulting a woman for giving police information about the alleged sex-for-hire scheme.
I wonder how many other 18-year-old alleged felons wish they had a shot at getting their charges erased.
"Her victims each made the decision that restorative justice makes sense in this case," District Attorney Ismael Ozanne said.
When the police are trying to arrest you, let them.
As part of an agreement with the landlord to move out, the tenants had to dismantle the sprawling memorial.
The tenants are also working out an agreement to move out instead of facing eviction.