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LawLers judged best barbecue sauce in North Alabama; Phil's of Eufaula wins state 'Sauce Off'
Athens-based LawLers Barbecue was judged best sauce in North Alabama. Above, a new LawLers location in Madison Corners on U.S. Highway 72 at Balch Road.
Fri May 17, 2013
Once again, trying to be smarter than fifth-grader proves daunting task
MADISON, Alabama -- It was Winston Churchill who said, "All men make mistakes, but only wise men learn from their mistakes." A year ago, I convincingly proved that, no, I am not smarter than a fifth grader.
Huntsville launches first Tea Party meeting of the year
The first monthly meeting of the Huntsville Tea Party for 2013 hosted a standing room only crowd.
Thu May 16, 2013
Sweet potato 'drop' calls for 100 volunteers to sort and bag donated food in south Huntsville
Samantha Menikheim, 5, of Madison, weighs her sweet potatoes at Asbury United Methodist Church May 19, 2012 in Madison, Ala.
Wed May 15, 2013
City of Madison spends $595,000 for emergency digital radios, joins...
MADISON, Alabama - A nearly $595,000 investment in new radio equipment looks to give Madison police and fire departments more reliable and broader service while also reducing the amount of gear officers must carry.
Tue May 14, 2013
Thirsty for more local beer? New Huntsville breweries, craft beer store on the way
Damon Eubanks, owner of Wish You Were Beer, will open his new craft-only beer store in Madison on June 15.
Madison Town Hall meeting on May 21 to examine half-cent sales tax increase
The Madison City Council will give residents a chance to chime in on the issue during a Town Hall meeting May 21, at 6:30 p.m., at City Hall.
Bandito Burrito pays $35,000 tax debt; City of Madison won't revoke business license
Bandito Burrito will still be pouring margaritas and serving up sizzling fajitas to downtown customers after agreeing to pay its $35,755 tax debt.
Mon May 13, 2013
DHS Systems, a military shelter manufacturer in Tanner, lays off workers, suspends part of expansion
DHS Systems, which has a manufacturing facility in Tanner, showcases its Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters in a field in Madison.
Bob Jones High seniors named Presidential Scholars
Two Bob Jones High School seniors heading to college can boast about one more thing.
Madison City Council ready to vote on new school board member
They appear to be looking for someone who is the "right fit," as several council members have said repeatedly and not necessarily someone with the most impressive resume.
West Alabama counties receive funding help for bridge, road projects through state's new...
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley appeared with other lawmakers in the parking lot of The Village of Madison Shopping Center to announce statewide road projects on Monday, July 30, 2012 in Madison, Ala.
Sun May 12, 2013
Madison Mayor Targets Roads In Capital Improvement Plan
Madison Mayor Troy Trulock is unveiling a multi-million dollar capital improvement plan that will hit all areas of town, with city roads clearly the top priority.
Huntsville Birth Announcements for May 12
Michael and Mikita Alexander of Huntsville named their daughter, born March 25 at Crestwood Medical Center, Mya-Kelis Deanne Alexander.
Thu May 09, 2013
U.S. 72-County Line Road and Old Madison Pike-Slaughter Road intersections slated for upgrades
Old Madison Pike is a major route for drivers going to and from the City of Madison, Cummings Research Park and Bridge Street Town Centre.
Madison County school board to hold public forum next week
The board will meet at 5:15 p.m. on Monday, May 13, at the district's central office.
Madison Hospital opens new Vein Center, expects to draw patients from Decatur, Athens and...
Madison Hospital has added a new medical service intending to bring relief to those with varicose veins, restless legs and swollen ankles.
Wed May 08, 2013
Bradley Nash Pleads Guilty To Federal Pornography Charge
John Bradley Nash, 26, was charged as a result of an investigation into his activity while volunteering with the band at Discovery Middle School.
Open burning ban effective for 12 Alabama counties, including Madison
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management announced today that an open burning ban is now in effect across 12 Alabama counties, including Madison County, according to a news release.