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Shaq adds to AmFam weekend

American Family Insurance announced that retired NBA champion Shaquille “Shaq” O’Neal has been added to the entertainment lineup for Breese Stevens Field the weekend of the PGA TOUR Champions American Family Insurance Championship.

June 2018

Blood tests for liver cancer?

Madison-based Exact Sciences Corp., manufacturer of Cologuard, an at-home colon-cancer test, and the Mayo Clinic, announced progress toward a blood-based test for liver cancer.

June 2018

NovoMoto wins biz plan contest

Kudos to NovoMoto, a Madison startup that won the 2018 Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.

June 2018

Farley family vs. Trek bikes

Make Him Smile, an organization founded by Chris Farley’s family to protect the late comedian’s publicity and property rights, filed a lawsuit against Waterloo-based Trek Bicycles, claiming Trek used the late comedian’s name on a line of “Farley” fat-tire bikes it produces.

June 2018

Judge Doyle Square developer sues city

Work on the Judge Doyle Square site continues in downtown Madison despite a federal lawsuit the developer, Beitler Real Estate Services, filed against the city earlier this week.

June 2018

Utilities partner on solar project

Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) and WEC Energy Group (WEC), through its Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) subsidiary, will partner on two major solar projects at a cost of $390 million.

June 2018

Stoughton mulling whitewater park

The city of Stoughton is considering a $1.87 million transformation of the Yahara River waterway into a whitewater rapid park that could bring an economic boost to the local community.

June 2018

Atwood’s former Norway Center to be revived

Brothers John and Jake DeHaven have purchased a historic building at 2262 Winnebago St. and hope to turn it into a breakfast and lunch café, and live entertainment venue by night.

June 2018

Despite objections, East Johnson proposal moving forward

A project from developer Chris Houden to redevelop the 700 block of East Johnson Street in Madison was approved by the Madison Plan Commission despite not garnering much support from the Tenney-Lapham neighborhood due to the scale of the project.

June 2018

Judge Doyle Square to see modifications

The Doty and Wilson Street sides of a new parking garage scheduled as part as part of the downtown Judge Doyle Square project likely won’t have the matching exterior glass of the project’s future towers.

June 2018
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