Madison365 Week in Review for September 7


    Here are our most popular stories of the week, brought to you by Wisconsin Leadership Summit, the state’s premier professional development and community-building event for and by people of color, coming October 7-8. Registration now open!


    The 18th Annual Viva México Festival will celebrate Mexican culture will food, music and family fun on September 15.




    A new grant will revitalize a City and County program to turn food scraps into energy




    The University of Wisconsin Police Department is doubling its efforts to recruit more diversity into the force.




    Bishop Godfrey Stubbs is seeking help for the people of his native Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.




    State Senator Lena Taylor announced she is running for Milwaukee Mayor.




    Sagashus Levingston has launched Infamous Mothers 2.0 to create a bigger and bolder vision of motherhood.




    Madison’s Walter Ragland was officially installed as pastor of Appleton Pentecostal Assembly.




    There are a few performances of Fences left this month at American Players Theater. 




    The White Flag Overdose Awareness Ceremony brought hundreds together to celebrate and remember those lost to addiction.




    President Trump’s shifting of military funds to build a border wall will cost Truax Field $8 million.

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