When you think of “historic preservation,” you probably think a lot about buildings. That’s certainly how people in charge of local historic preservation efforts in Madison have tended to think about it for many years. The people behind a new project at the city of Madison are hoping to change that, making historic preservation more […]
Around 60 people gathered on Madison’s north side Wednesday night to share their ideas about how the city could help breath new life into the sprawling Oscar Mayer facility once Kraft Heinz leaves the area this year. Darien Lamen reports.
(WORT) — This week we cover how UW-Madison students are feeling about the upcoming presidential race, what next for the closed General Motors plant in Janesville, and the All-Star saga of NHL player John Scott.
(WORT) — This week, we cover a small victory for Tiny Houses, legislation making it easier to privatize public water utilities, and the new tenure policy brewing at the University of Wisconsin.
(WORT) — This past Wednesday, at a surprisingly entertaining Madison Parks Commission meeting, city officials revised the limit up to 95 decibels (as measured at the sound board) and streamlined some other aspects of the proposal. Tone Madison Editor Scott Gordon brings you this report.
(WORT) — Arts-related items are scattered about in different sections of the budget, so it took some scouring and double-checking. Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon walks us through it with Dylan Brogan.