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Literacy advocate Dr. Shawn Robinson is biking from Oshkosh to Fitchburg to raise money and awareness for young people with dyslexia.
Centro Hispano got a $2.5 million commitment from Ascendium Education Group to help build its new home.
La Movida Radio’s annual Hispanic Heritage Luncheon is set for October 14.
A new program called mercardoMAD launched to help Latino entrepreneurs in Madison do more online.
Former Madison Common Council president Syed Abbas announced he will not run for re-election.
Protests over the death of an Iranian woman at the hands of the “morality police” came to Madison last weekend.
Across the state, school districts are seeking solutions to ongoing challenges providing food service for students.
Lawrence University in Appleton announced it would cover all gaps in financial aid for students from Wisconsin and Illinois.
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