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The former head chef at Inka Heritage and owner of Chef Paz in West Allis wants to help others start their own businesses.
Michael Johnson, CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County, says both police and young people need to be educated to ensure confrontations don't turn violent.
The Marquette Neighborhood Association president urges the city to invest where it's needed most.
Dear Editor: Thanks to Lindsay Christians for her recent story on Black Earth Meats closing.
What if Michael Brown had been planning to spend his life standing on a corner? Unarmed kids don't deserve to be shot. Period.
Both campaigns made jobs the focus of their new ads, released this week.
George Reistad says he participated in the #IfTheyGunnedMeDown Twitter campaign to protest unfair portrayals of African-American males in the media.
Residential and small business customers fixed costs are rising as power companies seek to offset the impact of energy conservation.
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Tonette and Scott Walker take ice bucket challenge, pass it on to Paul Ryan, Ron Johnson, Reince Priebus
Wisconsin's governor and first lady participated in the social media challenge to raise money and awareness for ALS.
Local farmers respond to a Long Island seafood entrepreneur's claim that "the much-celebrated small-scale farmer isn’t making a living."
Madison has pledged to undo “long-standing institutional and structural biases" that have resulted in inequities. Subsidizing a luxury hotel is not a way to do that.
Dear Editor: We are writing to express our heartfelt support for the Red Caboose Day Care Center. This organization and its fine staff make a big difference in kids' lives. Thirty years ago, a…
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Fears over a potential lawsuit from the Madison-based Freedom From Religion Foundation prompted a North Carolina restaurant owner to end a 15-percent prayer discount.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Book marks 100 years of the Rotary Club of Madison.
The controversial state government "bill mill" has formed a new offshoot to influence city and county policies.
Common Cause in Wisconsin is seeking pledges from candidates to support nonpartisan redistricting reform based on the Iowa model.