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Alabama Sports Writers Association preseason high school football rankings

Students returned to school today and that means high school football games are just around the corner. The preseason high school football ranking were released ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

Madison joins nation, state in declaring May 2 National Day of Prayer

MADISON – Mayor Paul Finley presented a proclamation Monday night declaring May 2 as National Day of Prayer in Madison. “This will be the 68th ... Read more

2 years ago by John Few.

Christmas Tour of Homes

Doors open to five magnificent Madison houses Dec. 1 WRITTEN BY GREGG PARKER PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Visitors can view turn-of-the century charm, opulent furnishings ... Read more

2 years ago by Staff Reports.

Christmas Tour of Homes

Doors open to five magnificent Madison houses Dec. 1 PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Visitors can view turn-of-the century charm, opulent furnishings and beautiful holiday decorations ... Read more

2 years ago by Gregg Parker.

Madison Street Festival: Where everybody knows your name

WRITTEN BY GREGG L. PARKER PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY The first Saturday of October – the date Madison residents anticipate eagerly each year. On this ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

The Church Plant: Central Valley Church of Christ takes root in Madison

WRITTEN BY STEPHANIE L. ROBERTSON PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Farmers plant cotton, corn, pumpkins and other crops. But planting churches? Yes, there is such a ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

MUSIC AND PROMOTION: Jim Anderson helps artists live their dreams

WRITTEN BY BOB LABBE PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Music and its promotion are Jim Anderson’s first loves. The Madison County native came down with the ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Made fresh with love: Rome2Greece brings European cuisine to the South

WRITTEN BY STEPHANIE L. ROBERTSON PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Gurcan “John” Yenigun artfully layers black olives over a bed of lettuce, onions and cucumbers. When ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Rock Steady: Boxing program packs a punches against Parkinson’s disease

WRITTEN BY BOB LABBE PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY With more than one million Americans living with Parkinson’s disease – more than the combined number diagnosed ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Planning for the future: Heffernans choose West Highlands home

WRITTEN BY GREGG L. PARKER PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Eighteen years ago, Britt and Jill Heffernan visualized their family’s future when buying a house in ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Pieces fall into place for Town Madison

WRITTEN BY GREGG L. PARKER PHOTOGRAPHS CONTRIBUTED Town Madison is evolving from 530 acres of red-clay wilderness, which once stretched from Intergraph Corporation’s campus to ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Leaving a legacy: A patriotic family involved in Madison

WRITTEN BY GREGG L. PARKER PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Since settling in Madison 32 years ago, Larry and Lisa Vannoy have kept constantly busy as ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Sweet summertime: Fun, easy recipes for busy families on a budget

WRITTEN BY TORI WAITS PHOTOGRAPHS BY TORI WAITS It’s that time of the year again. The days are long, the pools are open, the sun ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

Doing it right: Danny Petty builds coaching legacy

WRITTEN BY BOB LABBE PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY James Clemens boys’ basketball head coach Danny Petty will enter his 46th year of coaching in the ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

What’s popular in home décor? Noble Passage Interiors has answers for today’s homes

WRITTEN BY GREGG L. PARKER PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOSHUA BERRY Noble Passage Interiors in downtown Madison monitors the pulse of trends in home furnishings, which are ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Reports.

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