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Madison resident back at home
Rebecca Hill of Madison was recently discharged from a Tuscaloosa hospital following a traumatic brain injury received last November. Hill, 19, will reside in Madison with her parents, Nancy and Ray, and start rehabilitation therapy in Huntsville June 24. "Thank you so much for all your prayers," Nancy said to friends, family and the Madison community in a recent email. "Just remember to buckle up and make your kids wear a helmet. And even if they are 18, remind them to use caution in crossing busy streets." Hill's injury was sustained after being hit by a car and left her comatose for approximately three months.
New traffic signal installed
The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) has installed a new traffic signal at the intersection of Highway 53 and Nick Fitchard Road in Northwest Madison County. According to Johnny Harris, ALDOT Division 1 engineer, the signal is expected to be fully operational this week. The new signal is expected to decrease traffic congestion and accidents at the busy intersection. A Madison County man was killed last March at the intersection when a car pulled out from Nick Fitchard and hit the driver's motorcycle.

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Players gain skills in Fall Scholars Chess Tournament

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Check out the October 2022 Madison Living Magazine

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World War II veteran Major Wooten, 105, loved country and his family

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Madison Street Festival celebrates 40th anniversary in big way

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Have a fun scare at library’s Mad Movie-A-Thon-O-Rama!

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Space Week takes Horizon students on aerospace, tech discoveries

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City urges caution as paving progresses on Hughes Road

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Madison City Chess League forms new group for adults

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Madison City Schools named best Alabama school district

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Mercy Wolverton impressively masters hi-tech study, business

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At Madison Street Festival, veterans to show fighter helicopter from Vietnam War

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Local marching bands to be featured at “March on Madison” tonight

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MSF’s Community Showcase promises array of talent

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Brooms, mops in Lions Club sale to raise funds for vision projects

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Local musicians to jam at Madison Street Festival

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Trash Pandas fall 4-2, Tennessee evens series

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Athletic Hall Of Fame Accepting Nominations

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Railyard BBQ Brawl and Music Festival returns Oct. 29

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Tommy Overcash appointed to Madison Board of Education

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Children vulnerable for troubled mental health, Cook says

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Fast start leads Trash Pandas to 9-5 in playoff game 1 win

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Updating state’s 1901 Constitution on November ballot

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Boynton champions languages with ‘A Seal of Biliteracy’

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Jessica Penot to discuss ‘Haunted North Alabama’

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