Monticello, WI

Take a look at these homes on the Monroe market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Showings start 8/26. Charming 1950s ranch home in a peaceful, small town location just minutes from larger city amenities! Floor plan features spacious living
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Daily Cardinal

Man arrested after State Street shooting not charged with firing at a police officer

Nineteen-year-old Katoine Richardson, who was arrested following a confrontation outside of Mondays Bar where a Madison Police Department officer sustained a gunshot wound, did not fire a weapon at officers according to his attorney, Stanley Woodard. During the incident in question, Madison police officers confronted Richardson, who was violating a...
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Janesville Gazette

Janesville teen pleads guilty to two sexual assaults

A Janesville teen is likely to avoid a prison sentence in the sexual assaults of two underage teens, although he will likely serve some time in jail as part of probation. Cody Voegeli Clark, 19, of 4510 E. Tomahawk Lane, Janesville, pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree sexual assault of a child in Rock County Court on Friday.
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US 14 EB open after crash

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - All lanes are cleared after a crash on US 14 EB at Rocky Dell Rd. in Cross Plains Sunday. The crash occurred at 11:15 Sunday morning, according to the Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation. The Dane Co. Sheriff’s Office handled the crash and the blockages were expected...

Bullet goes through window, residents not targeted, Madison police say

A bullet went through a window on the city's Southwest Side early Sunday morning, but Madison police said they did not think the shooting was targeted at the residents. Officers responded to a report of multiple shots fired on the 1400 block of Loreen Drive just after 3:20 Sunday morning, Madison police Sgt. Ryan Gibson said. Officers found shell casings and discovered that a bullet had gone through the window of a house on the block.
Channel 3000

‘Madison Eats’ rebrands after business drops 80% during pandemic

MADISON, Wis.– You might know her as ‘Madison Eats’: the woman behind the popular food tour company and Instagram account. Her name is actually Otehlia Cassidy, and her social media page is now ‘Otehlia Travels.’. The local entrepreneur lost 80% of her Madison Eats Food Tours business, and revenue, during...

Public Health looks for dog that bit Madison woman

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Public Health Madison & Dane County is looking for information about a dog that bit a woman on Oct. 13. The incident occurred around 8-9 p.m. on the 3000 block of Furey Ave, when an unleashed/unaccompanied dog lunged at the victim, who was trying to enter her home.

Incredibly difficult:’ Statewide workforce shortage challenges Dudgeon-Monroe neighborhood restaurants

Kettle Black Kitchen is sandwiched between a coffee shop and a hair salon in the heart of Dudgeon-Monroe. Through the large window at the back of the restaurant, owner Brian Hamilton’s cherry red face is visible as he furiously mops the linoleum floor, a pot of parsnips bubbling on the stove beside him. A “Help Wanted” sign hangs in the front window.
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Festival-goers ring in the new season at Monona Fall Festival

MONONA, Wis, – Festival-goers celebrated the cooler weather and colorful leaves at the Monona Fall Festival Saturday. Attendees took in the 38th annual chili-cook-off, the bake sale, and the Hoot Hoot Hustle, a 5K run benefitting the Winnequah School PTO and Monona Parks and Rec. “There’s something about fall that’s...

Wisconsin football: Report card after win over Army

The Wisconsin Badgers have won consecutive games for the first time all season after defeating the Army Black Knights 20-14 on Saturday night at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. The Badgers added another tally to their win column, which is ultimately all that matters. But it’s tough to be all...

Olbrich Gardens celebrates learning center opening

MADISON, Wis. – Community members gathered at Olbrich Botanical Gardens on Saturday to celebrate the opening of the new Family Learning Center. The 8,500 square foot center is the first dedicated educational space in Olbrich’s history. The center will offer classrooms, educational programs, school programs, summer writing camps, and youth...