Madison Finance Committee recommends funding for southwest side mentoring programs
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Madison Finance Committee recommends funding for southwest side mentoring programs

Four mentoring programs for youth on Madison’s southwest side are in line for funding as a part of a federal grant to address crime in the Raymond Road corridor. On Monday, Madison’s Finance Committee recommended allocating a total of $210,850 to 100 Black Men of Madison, the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute, Intentional Mentoring Inc. and…

100 Black Men of Madison Mayoral and School Board Forum
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100 Black Men of Madison Mayoral and School Board Forum

The 100 Black Men School Board Forum will be held Thursday, March 21, 5-8 p.m. at James C. Wright Middle School, 1717 Fish Hatchery Rd.  In cooperation with vital grassroots community organizations, the 100 Black Men of Madison will stage a candidate forum, involving those that seek to represent the school board and mayor of…

Remembering Chef Rod Ladson (1968-2018): ‘Everyone loved him and he will be greatly missed’
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Remembering Chef Rod Ladson (1968-2018): ‘Everyone loved him and he will be greatly missed’

Posted: July 24, 2018 05:38 PM CDT MADISON, Wis. – Extremely sad news hit a very tight-knit Madison community like a ton of bricks on July 13. Chef Rod Ladson, the executive chef at Bonefish Grill on Madison’s west side, had died of a heart attack. It was a huge and sudden shock to family,…

Spring Harbor Beats Out 11 Middle Schools to Win African American History Challenge Bowl Championship
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Spring Harbor Beats Out 11 Middle Schools to Win African American History Challenge Bowl Championship

A large crowd – including administrators, students, teachers, parents and community leaders – came out to see the 24th annual African American History Challenge Bowl on April 7 at the MMSD’s Doyle Administration Building. A talented team of Spring Harbor Middle Schoolers defeated Sennett Middle School in the championship match-up to punch their ticket to…