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James Clemens senior Michael Pham receives COVID-19 vaccination

MADISON – Michael Pham, an 18-year-old senior at James Clemens High School, documented his COVID-19 vaccination to offer his perspective to future recipients. Read more

11 hours ago by Gregg Parker.

MCS says 150 students quarantined at Discovery, no change in school schedules

MADISON – Madison City Schools said today about 150 students at Discovery Middle School have been quarantined due to COVID-19 exposure on Monday. “We had ... Read more

1 day ago by John Few.

Winter Knights tourney attracts 92 chess players

MADISON – The 2021 Winter Knights Scholastic Chess Tournament had 92 contestants playing on the ChessKid.com platform on Jan. 16. Read more

1 day ago by Gregg Parker.

Great Kindness Challenge helps dispel bullying at Madison elementary

MADISON – The student body at Madison Elementary School is engaging in activities for positive behavior during the 2020-2021 Great Kindness Challenge. Read more

2 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Kendall Randolph Explains Crimson Tide’s Fight Through COVID Protocol Led To Championship Ring

MADISON- The 2020 college football season, like the rest of the world, went through extensive turmoil due to the COVID-19 pandemic with games and seasons ... Read more

3 days ago by Bob Labbe.

Lacie Ring impressed everyone with her vibrant personality

MADISON – Colleagues and friends of Lacie Ring are remembering her vivacious personality, work ethic and optimistic outlook. Read more

5 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Petrosky retired as Lieutenant General after 37 years in Army

HUNTSVILLE – A native of Columbus, Ohio, Dan Petrosky received his draft notice in June 1966 and entered the U.S. Army to fulfill his duty. Read more

5 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Madison City Chess League names 2021 Board of Directors

MADISON – At its annual meeting on Jan. 16, Madison City Chess League or MCCL named officers for its 2021 Board of Directors. Read more

6 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Governor Ivey extends Safer at Home order

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Thursday issued her twenty-second supplemental emergency proclamation extending the Safer at Home Order that includes a statewide mask requirement. ... Read more

7 days ago by John Few.

MCS to present ‘Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior’ to help parents

MADISON – An upcoming series of sessions can help parents or guardians deal with their troubled, difficult secondary students who attend Madison City Schools. Read more

7 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Madison Hospital Fundraiser offers socially distanced option for the perfect Valentine’s Date night

Event features rom-com favorite ‘When Harry Met Sally’ in a special drive-in movie experience  MADISON – Just like everything else, Valentine’s Day celebrations will have ... Read more

1 week ago by John Few.

HBC returns to the stage with “Bridge the Ballet” Feb. 12

HUNTSVILLE – The Huntsville Ballet Company (HBC) announced its long awaited return to the stage with “Bridge the Ballet,” February 12-14, at the Dream Theater ... Read more

1 week ago by John Few.

Gas prices are up as demand recovers, oil prices rise

Prices at the gas pump are increasing, an unusual trend for this time of the year, due to rising crude oil prices and gasoline demand ... Read more

1 week ago by John Few.

Nick McRae promoted to Captain in Madison Police Department

MADISON – Nick McRae’s promotion to Captain in the Special Operations Division stemmed partly from his interest in keeping Madison Police Department as one of ... Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

Heart of the Valley YMCA receives philanthropist’s gift of $2 million

MADISON COUNTY – Heart of the Valley YMCA has received a transformational gift of $2 million from national philanthropist MacKenzie Scott. Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

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