The Madison Common Council passed their 2023 budget last night, providing the funding needed to open the Madison Public Market, expanding the CARES program, and a small pay bump to […]
New Temporary Men’s Homeless Shelter Opens on Zeier Road
In 2020, Madison’s temporary men’s homeless shelter in the basement of the Grace Episcopal Church downtown was forced to close due to the pandemic. To replace that resource, several new […]
Friends of Sauk Creek Concerned About City’s Greenway Reconstruction...
Editor’s note: In a previous edition of this story, we referred to a preliminary plan to update the Sauk Creek Greenway, which does not yet exist. We asked the City […]
City Seeks Public Input on New Watershed Reports
After the city of Madison experienced historic flooding in 2018, the city engineering division put together a study to find how Madison’s watershed works, and what can be changed to […]
City of Madison Engineering Division Acquires Their First Ever Beehive...
WORT 89.9FM Madison · City of Madison Engineering Division Aquires Their First Ever Beehives The City of Madison Engineering Division has received its first set of beehives. The hives were […]
City works to restore Gates of Heaven synagogue
The city of Madison is currently conducting restoration work on the Gates of Heaven Synagogue, located downtown in James Madison Park. The building is one of the oldest standing synagogues […]