Defamation Suit, School Security Analysis Top Local News
A look at the week's top stories in Madison.
An expert with the Department of Homeland Security met this week with Madison school district, police and fire officials about school safety, and is planning to conduct an in-depth analysis of security at all Madison schools, the superintendent said.
The eight-member Madison Board of Education again voted Lisa Ellis president and Patrick Rowe vice president at the school board's reorganization meeting Tuesday.
Madison residents wearing clothes from their favorite beach towns are invited to a fundraiser in the gym of St. Vincent Martyr Church this month to raise money for the Union Beach Disaster Relief Fund.
Madison Borough Councilman Robert Catalanello has filed a lawsuit claiming statements in a law review article alleging he discriminated against a former employee at their investment company for being vegetarian are false and defamatory.
Eight years after local author Cali Williams Yost's first book helped people add flexibility to when and where they work to achieve a better fit for their professional and personal lives, the Madison resident has written a new book about making small changes to help people manage their lives in a more satisfying way on a day-to-day basis.
Taylor Swift's first live album, the authorized biography of Steve Jobs and a film adaptation of the novel "The Help" topped the lists of the Madison Public Library's most checked out items of 2012, according to the library's latest newsletter.