A city RFP wants to foster neighborhood leadership development and support civic engagement in areas where “residents tend to be underrepresented in City processes and decision making in general.”
The organization is hoping to win a $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant.
In 2016, there were 57 arrests per 1,000 white youth, 99 arrests per every 1,000 American Indian youth, and 193 arrests per every 1,000 African-American youth.
Voters found sifting through personalities and minor policy differences was a tough task.
Taycheedah, the only medium-security and maximum-security prison for women in Wisconsin, is overcrowded and needs facility improvements, according to the Department of Corrections’ own budget requests.
At the bar on the first floor of the Madison Labor Temple at 1602 S. Park St. the vibe, clientele and what’s on the menu depends on the day.
After 18 years, the healing program for the local Hmong community is closing on Sept. 28 due to a funding problem.
After many designs and redesigns, the plans for a proposed boutique hotel on State Street finally received a blessing from the city’s Urban Design Commission on Wednesday night.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and Police Chief Mike Koval announced Wednesday morning what Soglin called a “very significant” drop in arrests and police contacts.