Mayor Paul Soglin on Tuesday outlined steps to address crime and violence around a new housing project for homeless families on the Far West Side, including assigning a deputy mayor to work out of the site.
To curb negative behavior that is affecting residents of a Madison affordable housing complex, a west side neighborhood and possibly the viability of the city's approach to fighting homelessness, Mayor Paul Soglin said Tuesday he is assigning a deputy mayor to monitor Tree Lane Family Apartments.
SHINE, of Janesville, said Tuesday it has reached an agreement with Deerfield Management Co., a New York health care investment firm. Deerfield will provide $150 million for construction of the facility that will make molybdenum-99, a radioisotope that decays into technetium-99m, used in more than 40 million medical imaging procedures each year.
The developer renovating the Garver Feed Mill could regain its rights to build "micro-lodges" on the surrounding land as more businesses are planning to rent space in the historic building on Madison's East Side.
Dozens of yard signs near the private high school's campus on the Near West Side show opposition to the upgrades, despite the school's assurances that the lighting and sound system wouldn't be disruptive.
A couple whose juice business grew out of an effort to treat their son's rare genetic disorder. A mother jump-starting her vocation after the tragic loss of her son. A woman dedicated to helping female human trafficking victims rebuild their lives through job skills. They are some of the entrepreneurs giving new life to the damaged remains of a riot-scarred building in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood - in the aptly titled Sherman Phoenix development.