Penn Park officially reopened Wednesday. With the city’s $1.5 million investment, Penn Park now features a renovated shelter, building for restrooms and concessions and a walking path.
Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn on Wednesday emphatically denied a report that it may scale back its initial investment at a planned facility in southeastern Wisconsin.
Walker announced on Wednesday that he has appointed Deputy Secretary Cathy Jess to lead the agency. Jess will start as DOC Secretary on June 11.
Among the largest grantees in this cycle of giving is the Urban League of Greater Madison, which is receiving $100,000 to bolster its “1,500 Jobs, 1,500 Families” initiative.
Scott Walker's failure to take of our roads opens the way for a primary challenge from a sensible Republican. A possible slogan: "Conservatives Don't Like Scottholes Either."
The William T. Evjue Visitor Center opened Wednesday at the Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison. The center, which was built in the former site of the aviary, includes a mural recounting the history of the zoo as well as meeting space and office space.
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MMOCA’s Rooftop Cinema series offers experimental films — ranging from the trippy to the cryptic to the purely fun — on Friday nights in June.
Several Democratic candidates for governor said this week that they would support legislation that would make it easier for victims of child sexual abuse to seek recourse as adults.
A little more than a week after its members voted to endorse state Sen. Leah Vukmir in the U.S. Senate primary, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is launching a statewide radio ad to promote the Brookfield Republican.
This October, Boulders Climbing Gym will open a downtown location in the renovated Urban Land Interests development at 25 W. Main St. The building owner is hoping that will generate interest for other potential retailers.
My parents and their families were among the 300,000–400,000 people packed into a small walled-off area of Warsaw guarded by soldiers and surrounded by barbed wire in 1939. At the end of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in 1943, the Nazis incinerated the ghetto (my uncle took and smuggled out this photo). I believe the post-Holocaust rallying cry of “Never Again” means I must speak out against the Israeli occupation of Gaza, both because of the injustices and to honor my family’s memory.
On Tuesday, the Madison School District announced it will launch two new Community Schools for the 2018-2019 school year at Hawthorne Elementary on the northeast side and Lakeview Elementary on the north side.
If Hammes does not step away from this project, then his real contribution to the 2018 campaign will be an argument for electing a new governor of Wisconsin who, unlike Scott Walker, will recognize it is wrong for businessmen with “close ties” to politicians to profit from projects arranged by those politicians.
Politicians in Wisconsin and Minnesota took different tacks when Republican Scott Walker became governor of Wisconsin and Democrat Mark Dayton became governor of Minnesota. Minnesota has experienced stronger job growth, increased worker wages, more access to health insurance and reductions in poverty rates.
This week on the podcast, Allie Christian talks about how her background in cooking informs her work with customers at Underground Butcher.
Join Cap Times political reporter Jessie Opoien for Wedge Issues, a podcast catching you up with the candidates, strategists, analysts and power players in Wisconsin politics.
This week, Yeah, I Ate That columnist Rob Thomas and host Lindsay Christians discuss culinary mashups — which ones work, and which ones just feel wrong.
On the latest episode of Cap Times Talks, a panel of coaches, administrators and researchers talk about the changing face of high school athletics.