Brenda Konkel interviewed Christina Ballard today regarding Madison Mayor Paul Soglin’s expressed opposition to cabs cruising on State Street. This has angered many cab drivers who have driven on State Street for decades and assert that they help keep the street, with its many bars, safe. To read more about the controversy: http://host.madison.com/news/local/article_3df6c60e-bc1b-11e1-be85-001a4bcf887a.html#ixzz1ypWC6QZP […]
MADISON (WORT) — To get a sense of how the regulars at Philosopher’s Grove and nearby business owners feel about removing the large granite sitting stones, WORT’s Patrick Waring headed down to State Street with a recorder.
MADISON (WORT) — Everybody but Mayor Soglin wants fries with that! This Is What I Ate tries the frites at Mad City Frites!
MADISON (WORT) — Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is authorizing the publicly commissioned Philosopher’s Grove art installation to be removed. Soglin says the concentration of homeless people and others are to blame for frequent lawbreaking. Dylan Brogan reports.
The City of Madison announced this week a new grant program designed to protect independent retailers on State Street. But exactly who would these grants benefit? And who do they need protection from? Darien Lamen talks with city and business group spokespeople, as well as independent retailers to find out more.
(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.