Adam Feiner, an Illinois native with family ties to the Madison area, has been named sports editor for Unified Newspaper Group.
Wisconsin Newspaper Association members are invited to help celebrate 75 years of Trees For Tomorrow on Saturday, July 27, at Forest Fest.
Abandoned properties have stories to tell
Chris Hardie • Jul. 11, 2019
Dotted across our rural landscape are haunting vestiges of what once was. Each place has a story. And that’s why abandoned properties always draw my curiosity.
New York Times reporter Caitlin Dickerson to be UW journalist in residence
Jordan Schelling • Jul. 10, 2019
Caitlin Dickerson, a national immigration reporter for The New York Times, will serve as the Center for Journalism Ethics Journalist in Residence at UW-Madison this fall.
Four counties vie for funds to build new juvenile detention facilities
WisPolitics.com • Jul. 10, 2019
Brown, Dane, Milwaukee and Racine counties have submitted applications to build detention facilities for less-serious juvenile offenders.
People who move away from Wisconsin tend to be more highly educated than those who stay in the state or those who move here from elsewhere, highlighting the state’s need to attract and retain college graduates.
After struggling to survive its first year, The Badger Herald student newspaper will mark its 50th anniversary this fall.
Last week marked 20 years since the Portage County Gazette printed the first edition of its revived weekly newspaper on July 2, 1999.
Bridget Cooke, a western Wisconsin native, joined the Capital Newspapers staff last week after four years at the Monroe Times.
Nicole Aimone, a recent UW-Whitewater graduate, joined Capital Newspapers last week as a county government reporter covering Columbia and Sauk counties.