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Former Alder Brian Benford is looking to return to Madison’s Common Council to represent the east side.
UW student Julianna Bennett is running to represent the campus area on the Common Council.
Appointed by Gov. Tony Evers this week, LaKeisha Haase will be the first Black judge in Winnebago County.
Madison Chief of Middle Schools Tremayne Clardy is one of four finalists to take the helm as superintendent of the Verona Area School District.
The Black Oxygen podcast passed 10,000 downloads this week.
From now on, UW Credit Union will recognize Juneteenth as an official holiday.
CEOs of Tomorrow is hosting its sixth annual Pitch & Launch event Saturday.
Local break dancers are excited that breaking will be included in the 2024 Olympics.
Alma Box and Board is a new local business offering delicious and delightful holiday treats.
State Representative Jason Fields has been hired as the new CEO of the Madison Region Economic Partnership.
The community has rallied to support the family of a 4-year-old battling nerve cancer.
Fall Gospel Fest 2020 is going virtual this weekend.
Two Black alumni have returned to UW-Platteville as instructors for the first time in 10 years.
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