Madison365 Week in Review for January 6


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    An upcoming Inclusive Leadership workshop, hosted by management and career consultant Deborah Biddle, will help local leaders sharpen their leadership tools.



    Arrowstar Photography fulfills the dreams of founder Shalicia Johnson, a lifelong Madison resident.



    State Sen. Lena Taylor weighs in on how net neutrality decision and its implications.



    The Ho-Chunk Nation, city of Beloit and Rock County reveal plans for proposed Ho-Chunk Gaming casino in Beloit during Dec. press conference.



    Health Connect Corp, a nonprofit organization that helps match community members with health care providers, earned the Forward Community Investments’ Game Changer grant.



    Madison’s 20 alders received a racist message from a Verona resident over police study conducted last month.  



    RENT continues its 20th anniversary tour by playing at Madison’s Overture Center.



    The Boys and Girls Club of Dane County and More Smiles Wisconsin have joined forces and are set to open a low-cost dental clinic later this month.



    Madison’s Department of Civil Rights filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Transportation over the location of the new consolidated DMV.



    Lincoln Hills School for Boys and Copper Lake School for Girls are set to close, Gov. Walker announced earlier this week.



    Madison West alum and basketball star Reece Gaines will be inducted into the University of Louisville Athletics Hall of Fame.



    The first annual Martin Luther King Jr. College Readiness and Success Summit aids to help students of color navigate college admissions and financial aid next Saturday.



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    Written by Madison365 staff