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A Monona man accused of shaking his girlfriend's toddler has been given 14 years in prison. Troy Laufenberg was sentenced on Tuesday in Clayton County District Court. He'd pleaded guilty to two counts of child endangerment for having methamphetamine
They're dealing with frozen pipes that burst in residential properties. Luke Bauer of Monona Plumbing & Fire Protection says every homeowner should know where their water main shut off valve is located. TV (http://bit.ly/1dpvOn9 ) that it's the first
Monona Terrace , it is Monona Terrace that has the most to lose. \n\n Zanoni, who manages Monona Terrace\'s biggest competitor, the Madison Concourse Hotel , admits that his hotel also has skin in the game . The city is weighing two proposals for the
Madison has ever contemplated got surprisingly little input at a public hearing on Monday night, with just a few dozen people showing up and even fewer expressing opinions. \n\n But the opinions they expressed were very much divided. \n\n The
n \n What can you find in this week's Isthmus ? Highlights from the latest issue follow: Joe Tarr reports on the push to build another hotel for Monona Terrace. Joe Tarr talks to homeless advocates who fear a shortage of shelter space this winter.
Mature adults are looking for good food and culture, not to mention the tax base a college brings in...Both are progressive, with politics that often make the news. But I've been to Madison, and it's not Berkeley. "Madison, the Berkeley of the
Isthmus Independent Business Awards ceremony, Dane County is such a place. The ceremony at the Madison Concourse Hotel -- sponsored by Monona State Bank and presented by Isthmus in cooperation with Dane Buy Local -- might have been the most
Rhythm & Booms will follow the fireworks show from its original location in Warner Park to downtown Madison. \n\n At a special meeting Thursday of Madison\'s Committee on the Environment , citizens and elected officials expressed skepticism that
I can imagine how nice it could be to watch them off a quiet John Nolen Drive and against the backdrop of the Capitol and the city skyline. I\'m just not sure the practical considerations for that idea justify it. \n\n First, there\'s the issue of
n \n What can you find in this week's Isthmus ? Highlights from the latest issue follow: Catherine Capellaro reports on the local manifestation of the global phenomenon that is Airbnb, the DIY home rental portal.