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City terminates internet contract

The city of Madison has terminated a $512,000 contract it signed with ResTech Services, which was hired to implement a “Connecting Madison” pilot program to provide internet services to four low-income neighborhoods.

December 2017

Increase in tax credit program floated

Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Falls and Rep. Mike Rohrkaste, R-Neenah are proposing that a $500,000 per project cap on historic tax credit allocations for individual projects be increased to $3.5 million.

December 2017

Chicken Run to replace Crandall’s

A new mostly-carryout and delivery restaurant is opening at the former Crandall’s at 6401 University Ave. in Middleton.

December 2017

Chalmers Jewelers adds East Wash store

After years on the city’s west side, Scott Chalmers has opened a second Chalmers Jewelers location at the corner of East Washington Avenue and North Blair Streets in the building that once housed Carats Et Kay and a local furrier before that.

December 2017

Bruegger’s Bagels closes

Madison’s last Bruegger’s Bagels shop in the Homestead Shoppes at 6150 Mineral Point Road has closed.

December 2017

Foxconn project in peril?

Should local economic development incentives result in cash grants paid to private developers or companies?

December 2017

Breese Stevens upgrade eyed

The city of Madison is considering a $1.1 million proposal from the city’s Parks Division to add a one-story, 3,750-square-foot concessions and restrooms building next to the grandstand at Breese Stevens Field.

December 2017

Psych hospital planned

Tennessee-based Strategic Behavioral Health is proposing to build a $15 million to $20 million psychiatric care facility with 72 beds, plus inpatient and outpatient care and a 24-hour crisis assessment center in either Madison or Middleton.

December 2017

Soglin nixes Taco Bell liquor plans

Mayor Paul Soglin has vetoed a liquor license request for a Taco Bell Cantina restaurant that wants to serve sell beer and wine.

December 2017

UW continues its high ranking for research

The National Science Foundation has ranked UW–Madison sixth among the nation’s top colleges for research and development funding.

December 2017
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