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Madison unveils site plan tonight for Providence-like development on Huntsville Browns Ferry Road
The public will get its first view of the large, mixed-use development on Huntsville Browns Ferry Road tonight when developers show the site plan to the Madison Planning Commission.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
All patrol cars in Madison County get tactical first aid kits from Huntsville Hospital Foundation, legislators
Joyce Thomas, Huntsville Hospital's emergency preparedness coordinator, on Wednesday explains to local law enforcement officers and state Rep. Howard Sanderford, in red tie, the equipment included in tactical first aid kits.
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Dickey's Barbecue officials: Toxic sweet tea that nearly killed Utah woman was an...
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - More than a week after a woman nearly died from drinking sweet tea laced with industrial cleaning solution at Dickey's Barbecue in Utah, officials say the incident was isolated and in no way reflects on its other restaurants, including the new Huntsville location.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Passionate about startups? Help MindGear Labs win $50K by starring in video about...
If you're an entrepreneur or have an idea for a business in Huntsville/Madison County, MindGear Labs needs your help with a short video it is producing for the Small Business Administration.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Watch the latest aerial videos of bridge replacements at Old Madison Pike, Wall Triana in Madison
One week of good weather made for a lot of progress at the Mill Creek bridge replacement project on Wall Triana Highway.
Trial opens in child sex case against former Providence School aide,...
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- A trial began today for a former Providence School coach and physical education aide charged with sodomy involving a child he had befriended and later took into his home.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Huntsville Birth Announcements for Sunday, Aug. 17
Bruner, Nathan and Faith of Huntsville named their son, born May 6 at Crestwood Medical Center, Jacob Luca Mac Brunner.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Cord blood banking: Huntsville company offers Alabama children a chance at a healthy future
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - As a chemist for Qualis Corporation on Redstone Arsenal, Gena Dalton was well versed in the practice of cord blood banking and the benefits it might have for her unborn child's health.
Madison man charged with breaking into a vehicle
According to police, the break-in occurred on August 6 at the Somerset at Madison apartment complex on County Line road.
22-year banking veteran Beth Sippel named CEO of First Commercial Bank in Huntsville
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - A familiar face at First Commercial Bank in Huntsville will take over the financial institution later this month following the retirement of outgoing leader Charlie Kettle.
This day in Huntsville history: Fallen Grant police chief honored as memorial unveiled
He was making what was described as a "routine" pickup of a runaway teen on Aug. 15, 2003 when one of two teens fired a gun at him and fatally shot him in the head.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
New Winchester/Flint bridge to be bid in September; Garver paid $1 million to manage project
On Wednesday, the Madison County Commission approved $1,012,813 payment to Garver Engineering to oversee the construction of the new structure.
Not bump, not a hump, but a cushion coming to Tidewater residents in Madison
The "Please Drive Slowly" sign on Tidewater Drive is about to get some friendly help, though some speeders might object.
Former teacher's aide charged with sodomy to be arraigned
Michael Horton, a former teacher's aide accused of sodomy is set to appear in court Thursday for arraignment.
Kitchen Cops: Five inspections, two low performers
The Chevron Food Mart on Swancott Road in Madison remains on the Limestone County Health Department reinspection schedule after scoring a 71. They scored a 65 during their previous inspection.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Harvest becomes Margaritaville after Madison commissioners say...
Tequila can start flowing at Harvest Square now that the Madison County Commission approved its first liquor license under its revamped requirements.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
1,000 new rooftops to rise on Madison's western horizon; 176 acres sought for rezoning
A thousand new residential rooftops will be popping up in eastern Limestone County, based on recent rezoning proposals to the City Council.