Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by Madison College, presenting Sonya Renee Taylor on Monday, March 11.
A Madison teacher is on leave after allegedly assaulting an 11-year-old girl last week.
The 45th edition of the YWCA’s Women of Distinction will have some new twists.
Dr. Ed Holmes has been promoted to VP of Equity & Innovation at Overture Center for the Arts.
Two weeks after being rejecting a similar proposal from the same developer, the Middleton City Council unanimously approved new affordable housing development.
The Girls Inc of Madison International Women’s Day Celebration is coming up March 7.
Ali Muldrow and Ananda Mirilli both easily won their school board primaries.
Paul Soglin and Satya Rhodes-Conway made it through the mayoral primary.
Syed Abbas and Diane Farsetta advanced through the primary to represent the East Side on the Common Council.
One City Schools has been approved to expand to sixth grade.
Forward Madison FC added Christian “El Pato” Díaz, who formerly played in Mexico’s top league.
The club also announced fans will get their first home game experience at a friendly against the Wisconsin Badgers on April 16.
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