Madison365 Week in Review for January 5


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by CUNA Mutual.

    A new event, sponsored in part by Madison365, aims to change the narrative about MLK.



    Mayoral candidate Toriana Pettaway came up two signatures short on her nomination papers, but vows to fight on.



    Governor-elect Tony Evers appointed Dawn Crim to his cabinet.




    Baltazar de Anda Santana was named the new executive director of the Latino Academy of Workforce Development.




    Angel’s Joy Learning Center appealed the revocation of its license.




    The annual Free Bikes for Kidz will begin collecting bicycle donations on January 12.



    The first-ever Father and Son Night Out celebrated Black fatherhood just before Christmas.



    School Board candidate David Blaska claimed a Facebook comment quoting his own words was a threat.



    Forward Madison FC signed its youngest player yet, 20-year-old striker Zaire Bartely.

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