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Downtown MATC campus vacates

As Madison College prepares for its inaugural year at its new Goodman South campus on Madison’s south side, the technical school will vacate its downtown 98-year-old building at 211 N. Carroll St. on Friday, May 31.

May 2019

Jack Nicklaus to play in AmFam event

One of golf’s most celebrated champions, Jack Nicklaus, will join Brett Favre, Toby Keith, and Madison’s own Andy North in the celebrity, nine-hole Celebrity Foursome at the American Family Insurance Championship in June.

May 2019

Panel recommends Stone House plan for Judge Doyle Square

Of the four plans proposed on the latest go-round for what’s to become of Judge Doyle Square, city planners are recommending a $40 million project from Stone House Development.

May 2019

PSC approves Epic power line

With Epic Systems projecting its power usage to nearly double by 2028, utility regulators authorized a plan for a $21 million, underground power line to service the enormous and growing campus.

May 2019

Black women’s health center to open

A health and wellness center directly focused on black women issues will soon open at 6601 Grand Teton Plaza.

May 2019

Zoning change for sip-while-you-shop idea

The Madison Plan Commission is considering a proposal to change zoning regulations so brick-and-mortar retailers with liquor licenses could sell alcohol to customers for consumption on site.

May 2019

Vets for pets at Blain’s Farm & Fleet

Janesville-based Blain’s Farm & Fleet will add in-store, limited veterinary services from California-based VIP PetCare in 12 of its 40 Midwest stores, including the Madison location.

May 2019

MCF, Evjue support Youth Arts Center

At its annual MadisonGives event, the Madison Community Foundation and the Evjue Foundation, the charitable arm of The Capital Times, each pledged $500,000 in support of the new Madison Youth Arts Center between East Washington Avenue and East Mifflin Street.

May 2019

SSM responds, changes clinic location

“We hear you South Madison,” Damond Boatwright, regional president for SSM Health in Wisconsin, announced in a statement, saying the medical group has decided to relocate plans for a $75 million future clinic to land currently occupied by its clinic on Fish Hatchery Road.

May 2019

Visions close to renewing alcohol license

Despite a December shooting and losing its co-owner, Tom Reichenberger, to cancer in March, Visions Night Club, Madison’s only strip club, may live on.

May 2019
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