Media Digest December 19th 2017

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A deep look at the Proud Boys chapter in Madison revisits one night of violence.

Education

A workshop aims to teach parents of students STEM skills. The Goddard School for early-childhood learning tests educational toys. The group 100 Black Men of Madison is bringing the holiday spirit to high school students who are caregivers for younger siblings.

Development

Promega, a  biotech company, shareholders are in a legal dispute alleging racketeering. Exact Sciences CFO says more products are in development that could bring the company revenue. With Mahlon Mitchell’s announcement that he’ll seek the Democratic nomination for governor, he previewed a race that could put development and workforce issues front and center.

Community

The Literacy Network continues to work toward its goal to expand services and physical space. Called a “pizza visionary,” co-founder of Rocky Rococo Wayne Mosley died. He was 70. Madison man Phil Parhamovich had a judge return more than $90,000 to him hours after Vox published this story about police confiscation.

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