2021 has been a dry year for Madison. The city has seen about half as much precipitation as it did at this point in 2020, putting us well behind the […]
Wisconsin’s Tribal Nations Call on the State to Address Systemic Rac...
The Annual State of the Tribes address brings issues and concerns important to Wisconsin’s tribal nations before the State Assembly. On May 11th, President John Johnson Sr. of the Lac […]
Common Council Approves New Tiny Home Village for Madison’s Houseles...
On May 4th, the Madison Common Council approved Madison’s second Tiny House village. When finished, the village will house about two dozen unhoused people on a piece of property on […]
Common Council Votes to Move Parking Enforcement Away from Madison Pol...
On April 20th, the Madison Common Council voted to shift the responsibility for parking enforcement from the Madison Police Department to the city’s parking division. The decision came after multiple […]
Newly Proposed Plan Aims to Address Madison’s Housing Crisis
Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway calls the plan “Housing Forward.” It is a sweeping framework that aims to address the short-term goal of housing insecurity and the lingering issue of housing […]
Wisconsin Unmasked: State Supreme Court Voids Statewide Mask Mandate
The statewide mask mandate put in place by Governor Tony Evers has officially been struck down, following a decision from the state Supreme Court released on March 31st. In a […]
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