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Schools will stay closed, students will be taught online through end of school year

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a supplemental State of Emergency today that will allow public schools to provide instruction from home starting April 6 for the remainder of the school year. “This decision has been made with a tremendous amount of concern and discussion,” Ivey said. “I cannot stress enough to you that we have got to be serious about eliminating the spread of this virus. The public health orders are not suggestions – they have been put in place to save your life.”

We will have more on this and how Madison City Schools plans to transition into online instruction later this evening.

Madison

Transportation department names Leeth as ‘Staff Member of the Year’

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Woody Anderson Ford thanks Madison Hospital workers with free car services

Madison

Voters head to the polls today in postponed runoff election

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Co-workers rate David Jones as top staffer at Heritage

Madison

Heritage qualifies as ‘Leader in Me Lighthouse School’

Bob Jones High School

FCA- Message From The Mound Event Postponed

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U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town resigns to work for Huntsville defense contractor

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Madison

“River of Hope” deadline extended through July 20

Madison

Madison school system and city to receive bond refund

Madison

Lawmakers press agencies for answers on budgets, prisons, broadband

Madison

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Madison

Madison City Schools release re-entry plan for upcoming school year

Madison

Winkler honored as outstanding staff member at Columbia

Madison

Bartlett seeks District 5 slot on Madison City Council

Madison

Nighttime delays possible on I-565

Madison

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Madison

Madison City Schools: All students must re-enroll

Madison

Marsh sends internet spending request to Ivey

Madison

State break records for new COVID-19 cases, numbers in Madison and Limestone counties continue to be high

Harvest

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Madison

Part of Shelton Road will be closed July 16 for construction work

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