Maija Inveiss

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Maija Inveiss started as the digital content editor for Madison Magazine in June 2017. She manages online content, oversees social media accounts and generates home and lifestyle content. Maija graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Journalism (reporting and strategic communications) and French. Working for the Daily Cardinal, Madison Commons and the Badger Herald, Maija gained experience with feature writing and news coverage. In her free time, Maija celebrates her Latvian heritage by singing and folk dancing with the Milwaukee group Metieniņš.

Articles

Driver arrested on suspicion of OWI 3rd offense after rollover crash

Vehicle leaves roadway, strikes fence, travels down 8-foot embankment

Hy-Vee reinstates reserved shopping hour for high risk customers

Woman arrested on suspicion of 9th offense OWI

Wisconsin has shipped one million N95 masks

Madison selected as best place to retire by Money.com

Dane County Farmers' Market food pilots winter pickups

LIST: Madison dining and drink businesses with GoFundMe pages

Restaurants and bars are looking for community support.

Gov. Evers announces additional $70 million in grants for small businesses

10 easy pickup dinner kits from local establishments

Restaurants are offering meal kits to enjoy favorites at home

Bar lights are flickering from the pandemic

Since July 1, bars that do not serve food have been required to stay closed apart from patio service.

MOKA opens new Madison location Tuesday

The city now has five MOKA locations.

Harmony Bar launches GoFundMe to raise funds amid COVID-19 struggles

Harmony Bar has been a local staple since 1990.

Madison Firefighters Calendar goes on sale benefiting Humane Society, Gio's Garden

Joe Parisi announces run for county executive re-election

4 virtual events to kickstart your holiday shopping

Support local businesses this season.

Man taken to hospital after physical altercation with roommates

Congressman Mark Pocan quarantines after exposure to COVID-19

School District of Janesville will allow two snow days, subsequent days will have online instruction

Three individuals cited for road sign theft

Six vehicles stopped on Beltline Highway for high speeds

MPD: Man arrested after armed robberies at two Walgreens

Madison woman mugged, cut by knife-wielding robber, police say

Verona Road Project finished after seven years

Woman who received double lung transplant because of COVID-19 released from hospital

Gov. Evers, DATCP to give $10 million to help those experiencing food insecurity

Pop-up Christmas-themed bar is returning to Madison

Miracle on King Street offers seasonal drinks and holiday nostalgia.

Burglar steals boxes of cigarettes from Mineral Point Road Kwik Trip

LIST: Temporary closures, permanent closures for Madison restaurants

Many restaurants have announced they will be closed for the winter or temporarily closed until the number of cases decrease in the state.

Holiday Fantasy in Lights starts Saturday in Olin Park

Argyle man crashes with tractor, flees the scene, arrested on suspicion of OWI

Two units displaced, $100,000 in damages estimated from multi-unit residential building fire

Sun Prairie Emergency Loan Fund adjusts criteria to help local small businesses

Middleton Police arrest gas station employee on suspicion of child sex offenses

Two individuals suffer injuries after 2 vehicle accident in New Glarus

Gov. Tony Evers announces $10 million investment to nonprofits

Dodge County Sheriff's Office says huber inmate taken back into custody

American Family Children's Hospital creates creative Halloween celebrations for patients

Brett Favre endorses President Trump