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Hilldale Target receives mixed reaction from neighbors

Monday night, Target executives presented their plan for a 155,000-square-foot "raised single level" store at the corner of North Midvale Boulevard and University Avenue. The store would be on top of about 450 parking spaces and employ 150 to 200 people. >More
 Madison media launch All Together Now with collaborative reporting project on health care

When our jobs were secure, it was easier for reporters and media organizations to bicker with each other. Now we are more inclined to see that we're all in this together. >More
 Two South American ambassadors to speak at UW this month

Heraldo Muñoz should probably be dead right now. In the fall of 1973, Muñoz was an idealistic socialist in Chile, hiding out with his American wife as the military searched for dissidents to "disappear" as Augusto Pinochet tightened his grip on power. >More
 The Business Forum announces ATHENA Young Professional Award finalists

In its second year, the ATHENA Young Professional Award honors emerging community leaders whose professional and personal achievements make them ideal role models for young women. >More
 A medical mystery tour

Ta-Shai Pendleton was just 16 in 2005, when her first pregnancy ended with a stillbirth -- a boy, six weeks too early. Three years later, her daughter Savannah, now 2 years old, was born at about seven and a half months. She weighed five pounds at birth and suffered a number of medical problems during her first year due to her premature birth, but she's now a healthy, active toddler. >More
 Segredo promises to be a different kind of bar

Michael Hierl oozes confidence. The 53-year-old Madison native and Harvard graduate calls himself a "serial entrepreneur" who has generated more than $100 million in sales with his various companies. But Hierl's latest venture has an altruistic component, something he calls "social entrepreneurism." >More
 Man plausibly contends he was falsely accused at Olin-Turville

The lead "Watchdog" item in last week's Isthmus mentioned a man who received a disorderly conduct citation in March after a mother and daughter reported to police that he appeared to be masturbating in a vehicle parked alongside them at Madison's Olin-Turville Park. >More
 Proposed Wisconsin beer tax hike meets opposition at Capitol hearing

State Rep. Terese Berceau brought seven six-packs of Wisconsin brewed beer to the hearing, saying that the beer tax would increase less than three cents a bottle, an amount she doesn't think will affect the average beer drinker much. >More
 Lyme, an overlooked epidemic

Kim, a resident of rural Green County who works in Madison, doesn't blame her doctor. "My doctor was concerned about me," she says. "She tried to find out what was wrong." Kim, who asked that her last name not be used discussing a sensitive medical issue, says her doctor ordered tests for Lyme disease and multiple sclerosis. Both were negative. >More
 Chicago's failed Olympics bid: The bloggers respond

The timing of Friday's decision by the International Olympic Committee to hold the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro instead of Chicago coincided with the lunch hours of a ravenous blogger community who took a few minutes to respond to the news. Since holding the games in Chicago would have meant bike races in Madison, there were local reverberations. >More
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