Yesterday, voters went to the polls to narrow the candidate pool in several spring election races. Across the state about 7% of registered voters cast a ballot. In Dane county, turnout was a bit higher, at 13% On ballots across the state was the race for Wisconsin State Superintendent. Pecatonica School District Superintendent Jill Underly […]
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Dorothy Borchardt is a former city Alder for the north side. She’s been championing a pool in north Madison for years and hopes the city will build one at Warner Park Community Recreation Center. Dorothy wants a beach-style pool to make it easier for seniors to use. Zero entry means you can can walk into […]
(WORT) — This week we cover the future of the Oscar Mayer site, intolerance on the UW-Madison campus, and interview author Jon Ronson on his latest book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed.
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.
MADISON (WORT) — After a week-long skirmish between the Common Council and Mayor Paul Soglin, the City of Madison has adopted a 2015 budget. Dylan Brogan reports.