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Madison Metropolitan School District will start third quarter fully virtual, at least until conditions improve.
Mt Zion Baptist Church will host a vaccine information session at 11 am Saturday.
Tyson Vitale sees opportunities to make change in running for Alder in District 16.
Jael Currie, also running in District 16, feels an “ethical call” to serve in public office.
Madison’s Syovata Edari, now best known as an internationally-award-winning chocolatier, was selected as a “Super Lawyer” for 2020.
A Common Council resolution condemning protester violence drew backlash and ultimately overwhelmingly failed.
Activist Brandi Grayson is looking to run a people-powered campaign to represent the south side on Madison’s Common Council.
Madison Chief of Middle Schools Tremayne Clardy has been named the next Superintendent of the Verona Area School District.
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