Paul Snyder email@example.com Safety and traffic flow improvements on Madison’s Beltline Highway between Park Street and Rimrock Road are shortsighted priorities if they do not cater to developers’ needs, according to a city official. “We welcome the state’s interest, but ...Read More »
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org Wisconsin beat its minority contracting goal in 2008 for the first time because a Minnesota contractor won the $29.5 million University of Wisconsin-Stout Jarvis Hall project. The contractor, Shaw-Lundquist Associates Inc., St. Paul, Minn., won the job ...Read More »
Wisconsin employers who discriminate will be met with pay penalties Madison (AP) — Wisconsin employers who discriminate against their workers will face stiffer penalties under a plan state lawmakers approved Wednesday. The state Assembly approved a bill that requires companies ...Read More »
Nicole Winfield AP Writer l’Aquila, Italy — Pope Benedict XVI visited the earthquake-ravaged area of central Italy on Tuesday to comfort survivors and give them hope to rebuild, visiting tent camps and a dormitory whose collapse epitomized the shoddy construction ...
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Alan Zibel AP Real Estate Writer Washington — The Obama administration was expected to announce Tuesday it is expanding its plan to stem the housing crisis by offering mortgage lenders incentives to lower borrowers’ bills on second mortgages. During the ...Read More »
Andrew Taylor AP Writer Washington (AP) — Congressional Democrats sealed an agreement Monday night on a budget plan that would help President Barack Obama overhaul the health care system but allows his signature tax cut for most workers to expire ...Read More »
Paul Snyder email@example.com Developers and Madison’s mayor are turning up the heat on city leaders to think big for a new Central Library, but the project will only go as far as the money will take it. “You can’t just ...Read More »