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Madison365 Week in Review for October 31


Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by Quartz Health Insurance.

The positive coronavirus test rate in Wisconsin has risen past 28 percent.




The City of Milwaukee has imposed restrictions on businesses and gatherings as covid spreads.



The State of Wisconsin has expanded coronavirus testing to 71 free community test sites in 56 counties.



The second annual Black Arts Matter Festival will offer a space for Black artists to shine next month.



Chef Ace Champion provides personalized culinary experiences for families throughout Wisconsin, and around the world through his tv show.



Dane County will partner with school districts to create a work group to address mental health challenges of the pandemic.



Madison Mayor Satya Rhode-Conway has appointed Reuben Sanon as deputy mayor.



Dane County Timebank will open a new community helpline Nov. 9.




Gloria Reyes has been named CEO of Briarpatch Youth Services.




Forward Madison FC has parted ways with head coach Daryl Shore.




The Bucks’ George Hill returned to Milwaukee last weekend to encourage people to vote.

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