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Madison County Record

Hubert Family Farms finding success with area’s first “pick your own tulip” experience

NEW MARKET – If you have not visited Hubert Family Farms yet, this weekend will be a perfect opportunity to see what all the talk ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

Community tips lead police to Harvest man accused of sexual abuse of a child

HUNTSVILLE – The Huntsville Police Department arrested a Harvest man for sexual abuse of a child under the age 12 after numerous tips from the ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

State Senate bill could send over $3.2 million to Madison City Schools

By Mary Sell (Alabama Daily News) and staff reports MADISON – The Madison City School District could receive over $3.2 million this year, separate from ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

State health officials ‘encouraged’ by improving COVID-19 numbers

By Caroline Beck, Alabama Daily News MONTGOMERY — State health officials say they’re cautiously optimistic as Alabama’s daily COVID-19 statistics continue to improve, but they’re still ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

Digital version of The Madison Record – March 31, 2021

You can now download a digital copy of The Madison Record each week. Look for it every Wednesday morning right here. You can read it ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

Tornado relief supply drive continues at Liberty, Madison County District 2 office

MADISON – Liberty Middle School is collecting tornado relief supplies for victims of the storms that swept through Alabama last week. Madison County Commissioner Steve ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

Groundbreaking held for new middle school in Madison

MADISON – Madison City Schools celebrated the groundbreaking Tuesday of its new Journey Middle School. With construction actively under way in the background, Schools Superintendent ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

Kory Alfred reaches credentials as Certified Parks and Recreation Executive

MADISON – The chief administrator for Madison’s recreation activities has worked to receive a valued title in this field. Kory Alfred, Parks and Recreation Director ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Emily Lee at Bob Jones places at Poetry Out Loud state meet

MADISON – Emily Lee, a student at Bob Jones High School, reached the top five among contestants in the state-level Poetry Out Loud: Recitation Contest. Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

James Clemens HOSA blasts gold at state conference

MADISON – The record-shattering performance of a group of James Clemens High School students even exceeded their expectations. The Health Occupations Students of America or ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

American Legion Auxiliary accepting bids for Alabama Girls State

MADISON – American Legion Auxiliary, Post 229 in Madison is sponsoring delegates from Bob Jones and James Clemens high schools to attend Girls State 2021. Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Historical society, city renovate downtown’s Roundhouse

MADISON – A city icon is receiving attention to restore the structure so future generations can understand its pivotal role in Madison’s commerce. Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Jets’ Tamia Yancey Signs To Extend Her Basketball Talents To College

MADISON- Saying this was a “dream come true,” Tamia Yancey signed her name to an athletic scholarship to play college basketball at Wallace State Community ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Bob Labbe.

Master Gardeners presents annual Plant Sale on April 24

HUNTSVILLE – Leaving the winter cold and stormy weather behind, shoppers will find leaves of deep green and flowers in colors of the rainbow at ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

LifeSouth asking for blood following tornadic weather

In the wake of recent severe weather for North Alabama and in the Central part of the state, it has landed Lifesouth in a need ... Read more

3 weeks ago by John Few.

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