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Phys Ed for Athletes, Electric Deal Top Local News

A look at some of the week's top stories in Madison.

Do Student-Athletes Need Phys Ed? Board Asks

Madison resident and two-time Olympian JoJo Starbuck Gertler said it would benefit student-athletes at Madison High School if they were able to take a study hall instead of physical education classes to help the students stay on top of their schoolwork, get more sleep and be less stressed.

Electric Deal Could Free Millions for Capital Projects

Madison is developing an asset management plan that spells out the cost of each component of its infrastructure to help officials understand what will be needed in the decades ahead, and a deal on wholesale electricity for Madison's electric utility could free up millions of dollars for capital projects in future years, officials said Monday at a special town hall meeting on the capital budget process.

Madison Pharmacy Owner Finds Customers 'Love Consistency'

On week of 'Frank Iannarone Day,' pharmacist talks about his business and a coming national chain.

Acting Chief Mantone's Last Day After 34 Years

Friday capped a 34-year career as a Madison police officer for Jerry Mantone, the acting chief of the Madison Police Department.

Madison High's National Merit Semifinalists Named

Four students' high scores on the PSAT put them in group with less than one percent of seniors in U.S. high schools.

Karen D'Addario October 08, 2012 at 12:52 AM
Congrats Frank! You're a great guy, even though you're a Mets fan...

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