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Massive hotel approved to replace MATC downtown site

It took the better part of two years, but the city Plan Commission has approved plans for a major downtown hotel development on the site of Madison College’s Downtown Education Center.

September 2018

Marquette poll: Evers, Baldwin lead races

Democrat Tony Evers has opened up a five point lead, 49-44, over Republican Gov. Scott Walker in today’s Marquette University Law School Poll, and incumbent U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin has widened her lead over Republican challenge Leah Vukmir to 53-42.

September 2018

FEMA to begin storm damage assessment next week

On Sept. 24, the Federal Emergency Management Administration will begin to conduct a preliminary damage assessment in 17 Wisconsin counties, including Dane, affected by recent heavy rains, flooding, and tornadoes.

September 2018

Report: Madisonians lose $2,100 per year on bad roads

Deteriorating roads and bridges, congestion, and the lack of some desirable safety features cost Wisconsin motorists a total of $6.8 billion annually and Greater Madison residents $2,139 per driver, according to a new report released today by TRIP, a Washington, D.C.- based research group that advocates for increased investment in transportation infrastructure.

September 2018

Commission approves State Street hotel

The Madison Plan Commission has voted to approve the demolition of four vacant commercial buildings and construction of a $43 million boutique hotel on the 100 block of State Street.

September 2018

Local mall kiosks now carry hemp products

Kiosks selling hemp products such as CBD oil have opened at East Towne and West Towne Malls in Madison.

September 2018

Dane County home sales decline, median price rises

August homes sales declined by nearly 4 percent to 896 in Dane County from the same month a year ago, but the median price of a new home increased 3.7 percent to $280,000, according to the Wisconsin Realtors Association.

September 2018

UW Health seeks $350 million in bonds

UW Health plans to issue $350 million on bonds this year for debt refinancing and building projects, including improvements to SwedishAmerican Hospital in Rockford.

September 2018

Edvest available through payroll deduction

Edvest, Wisconsin’s 529 College Savings Plan, is now available to every Wisconsin employer, including state employees, as part of their employee benefit package, the state Department of Financial Institutions has announced.

September 2018

Mad Urban Bees to close

Citing crazy fluctuations in local weather he blames on climate change, the owner of Mad Urban Bees says he will close his six-year-old business, which was based on honey production.

September 2018
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