Ad Spot

Madison entrepreneurs named as premier agencies

(CONTRIBUTED)
(CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – Two insurance offices in Madison have earned the Allstate Premier Agency designation for 2014.

Recipients are owners Becky Gordon and Carolyn Lankford with The Gordon and Lankford Agency, 7771 U.S. 72, Suite A and owner Craig Wiggins with The Wiggins Agency, 8871 Madison Blvd., Suite A.

This award recognizes outstanding business performance and commitment to putting customers at the center of their agencies’ work. The award also symbolizes the agents’ commitment for accessibility to customers.

Allstate Corporation serves approximately 16 million households. Allstate products include auto, home, life and retirement insurance. For more information, visit allstate.com.

Harvest

Landolt named President/CEO of Still Serving Veterans

James Clemens High School

James Clemens alum contends for TV foundation award

Bob Jones High School

Ashwin Prabhakar earns Gorgas Scholarship for state

Harvest

Tennessee Valley Interfaith Choir: Encouraging new musicales

Madison

“Don’t Mess with Madison PAC” to hold host public meeting Monday about special election

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones to host Fantasy Playhouse summer camps

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones’ ‘Patriot Pages,’ ‘The Eclectic’ ranked first in Alabama

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones AFJROTC faces off with St. Stephens NJROTC

Bob Jones High School

Top-rated students recognized for Reflections designs

Madison

Finalists named for Madison’s first MVP awards honoring volunteers

Madison

Former Madison mayor questions city council over city manager proposal; special election date set

James Clemens High School

Austen Wyche receives 2023 Coca-Cola Scholars Program Scholarship

Huntsville

UAH set for NCAA South Regional Championship game Tuesday

Huntsville

UAH advances with 76-69 thriller over Embry-Riddle

Madison

Mill Creek tops in state with Destination Imagination challenges

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones AFJROTC’s winning streak continues

Madison

School board green lights $58 million bond for new elementary school

Bob Jones High School

Lady Patriots hold off Sparkman in soccer rivalry match-up

James Clemens High School

James Clemens HOSA cinches wins at state conference

Huntsville

Season ends for Calhoun women

Harvest

‘A Night for Enable Garden Party’ to help aging, homebound

Huntsville

Big Ol’ Ballpark Fair returns to Toyota Field starting Friday

Huntsville

Tuberville presses Space Command general to confirm SPACECOM’s move to Alabama 

Huntsville

U.S. Rep. Strong gives first House floor speech, proposes bill to complete construction of southern border wall

x