Four Madison organizations will get more than $1 million each.
The pandemic was “the straw that broke the camel’s back” for the struggling employment sector, an American Lifeguard Association representative said.
The Madison teachers union has asked that any return to in-person instruction be voluntary for staff.
COVID-19 effectively upended child care in Wisconsin as providers struggled to keep their centers open to support the needs of essential workers and because programs, many of which are not publicly funded, couldn’t afford to close.
There won't be capture the flag, children will take theater classes online, and youth campers will be greeted with a daily temperature check during the summer of COVID-19.
The YMCA's state-licensed child care staff will operate the program at all three locations — Lussier Family East, Lussier Family West and Sun Prairie.
A business consultant with years of entrepreneurship and team building has been chosen the new president and CEO of the YMCA of Dane County.
Metro Transit is trying to make it easier to stay warm during these frigid winter days, both for the homeless and for those using the transfer points.
The organization is struggling to overcome a financial deficit and meet its core mission.
The YMCA of Dane County has taken an embarrassing and troubling turn in its support of competitive swimming in Madison. As a product of this o…
Families of high school swimmers are faced with a move from practice in the evening to 5:15 a.m.
The organization has about 25,000 members, a number that has not declined but is not growing as fast as the YMCA would like.
Event was shortened because of extreme heat in past years.
The YMCA of Dane County gave $1.3 million in financial assistance to struggling families in 2011 to help them afford programs and services, the highest amount in its history, the nonprofit organization reported this week.
"We had room for between one and 100, ages 5 to 12," said Cora Eithun, assistant director of the school-age child care program at the west location, and the three centers together could take 500.