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As the capital of Wisconsin Madison is the second largest city in the entire state. The city began its life under the ownership of federal judge James Duane Doty who planned to build a city on the site. He also lobbied for his city to be named State capital. The Onion, a famed satirical newspaper, was originally created in the city of Madison. Attractions in the area include the Dane County Farmers' Market, and the free outdoors summer performances of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra.

Population: 208054
Local Newspapers: The Wisconsin State Journal The Capital Times
Local Sports Teams: Madison Mallards (Northwood League Baseball) Madison Mustangs (Semi-pro Football)
Local Colleges: The University of Wisconsin – Madison Edgewood College

Zip Codes associated with madison, wisconsin: 53703 53704 53705 53706 53711 53713 53714 53715 53716 53717 53718 53719
Towns/Cities near madison, wisconsin : Middleton Maple Bluff Monona Shorewood Hills verona Fitchburg Oregon Waunakee Sun Prarie Cottage Grove McFarland

Madison News
2 teens run through mini golf course, unlocked home during police pursuit

Two teenagers involved in a crash in a stolen car ran through a mini golf course and an unlocked home on Madison's west side Monday night, according to a release. A heavily damaged car was reported stolen Monday night from a Garnet Lane driveway after its owner left it unlocked with a key inside, officials said.

No Sunflower Days this year due to safety concerns over crowd size

The Friends of Pope Farms Conservancy has decided cancel its Sunflower Days event this year due to traffic safety concerns. The Conservancy had earlier sent out a notice to its neighbors on the far west side of Madison letting them know of their decision to cancel the mid-August event this year.

From the archive: Celebrating the city's sesquicentennial

Editor's note: In celebration of Madison Magazine's 40th anniversary, the magazine is republishing a story each month from the archive. This piece by Neil Heinen first appeared in the April 2006 issue, a special collector's edition celebrating Madison's sesquicentennial anniversary.

Alder Arvina Martin plays for the Mad Rollin' Dolls

It has been quite a past 15 months for Arvina Martin, a Madison native who in spring 2017 became the first Native American elected to the Madison Common Council. The job has a learning curve - parliamentary procedure is just the beginning - and most new alders in their first year are likely in need of stress relief.

Maxwell Street Days kicks off Friday

For 40 years, Maxwell Street Days has brought bargains, yummy food and music to the Madison community during the third weekend of July. Maxwell Street Days festivities start up this Friday and will continue until Sunday.

Paul Soglin, Madison's Mayor, not seeking re-election for 2019

Paul Soglin, Madison's longest-serving mayor, announced he will not seek re-election in April 2019. Soglin is also currently running as a Democrat for the Governor's race.

A bike path map for Madison urban cyclists now available

The Low Stress Bicycle Route Finder, a new bicycle route mapping tool developed by the Madison Area Transportation Planning Board , is now available on the MATPB Website . Routes considered low stress are generally comfortable for people concerned about riding in close proximity to heavy and/or high-speed traffic.

Bacteria closes two Madison area beaches

James Madison beach on Lake Mendota and Brittingham beach on Lake Monona Bay were closed after water tests Tuesday by Public Health Madison-Dane County revealed bacteria counts above accepted levels. Swimming in those waters will be at your own risk as there will be no life guards on duty, but the beaches themselves are still open.

Madison water main break isolated, water back on for impacted neighborhoods

Madison Water Utility crews are trying to isolate a water main break that is causing a water outage for homes on the city's far west side. According to Madison Water Utility, a contractor hit a 12-inch water main at the intersection of Midtown Road and Highway M around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Water main break causing pressure issues in downtown Madison

Madison Water Utility workers have isolated an earlier water main break and water pressure should now be restored for most of downtown Madison. Construction workers installing utility and sewage lines along the 400 block of West Washington Ave.and Broom St. punctured a water main, knocking out water pressure for about an hour.

Heavy Bombers set to take over Madison this weekend, offering tours and rides

A rare, fully restored World War Two aircraft will be on display in Madison this weekend, with a chance to take a ride on it. Heavy Bombers Weekend is happening between July 20 and July 22 at Wisconsin Aviation near the Dane County Regional Airport.

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Two draft interim plans that will guide the management of forest resources of state-owned properties are now available for review and comment from July 16 through July 30, 2018. Interim plans guide forest management on properties until formal master plans are completed.

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Madison man arrested after hit-and-run crash in Monona, 5th OWI

A 35-year-old Madison man was arrested late Sunday evening after he fled the scene of a hit-and-run crash in Monona, police said Monday. Officers responded to a crash near Monona Drive and Frost Woods Road at 11:08 p.m. The driver, Miron Semovski, allegedly struck the side of a white Ford van pulling a trailer while he was driving a red Chevrolet Impala.

Police: Four teens arrested after crashing stolen car, damaging property

Four teens were arrested after crashing a stolen car into a tree and fleeing the scene near Odana Road and South Whitney Way on Monday night, according to Madison police. Police responded to a report on the 5700 block of Odana Road about a single-vehicle crash into a tree with injuries, according to a Madison Police Department incident report.

Former city council member Brenda Konkel announces run for Madison mayor

Brenda Konkel, a former member of the Madison City Council and executive director of the Tenant Resource Center, announced on Twitter that she is running for Madison mayor. Konkel joins a slowly growing field of candidates, which now includes Alder Maurice "Mo" Cheeks and former alder Satya Rhodes-Conway .

A little Madison in the U.S. Virgin Islands

Anyone who has read Herman Wouk's novel "Don't Stop the Carnival" knows the allure of bailing out of a dull existence in a cold weather climate and following the sun to an island paradise. In the Wouk novel, it's a New York press agent who takes the plunge, buying a resort hotel in the Caribbean.

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