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The Roman Candle Pizzeria will debut its first restaurant outside Dane County on Thursday, when it opens at 133 E. Silver Spring Drive in Whitefish Bay.
Black Earth Village Trustee James Coyle tells 27 News the village board voted Tuesday night to give Black Earth Meats 120 days to relocate the slaughterhouse portion of its business.
Greg Peck's revised nonfiction book, "Death Beyond the Willows," features a new cover designed by Gazette graphic artist Tony DiNicola.
The process to develop a public market in Madison is moving forward. Tuesday, members of the consulting firm hired by the city met with potential vendors.
About 7,200 Wisconsin residents so far have signed up for health coverage through new online federal insurance marketplaces, a state official said Tuesday.
A former student has been arrested for venturing onto the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in violation of a restraining over court records indicate has been overturned.
The Dane county Sheriff's Department has been called nearly three dozen times this year to Black Earth Meats, following up on complaints.
Friday, a search warrant was being issued at a residence on Greenway Cross in Fitchburg when EMS was called.
New data from the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education, or WISCAPE, shows students in the program achieve higher GPAs, higher enrollment in AP courses and higher attendance rates.
The Run, Santa, Run 5k is on Saturday. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. The race begins at 1 p.m. on the 200 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard in Downtown Madison.
On December 3, 2013, the Common Council of Madison, Wisconsin passed ORD-13-00211  to prohibit employers from discriminating against job applicants based on their unemployment status.
A recent report by the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance said the southern and western regions of Wisconsin have seen a 6.4 percent increase in employment over the past decade, outstripping the growth of northern and eastern regions, and even surpassing expansion on a national level.
A deputy working in the Public Safety Building at the Dane County Jail suffered a fractured shoulder while attempting to move an inmate to another cell.