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Strong to severe storms expected tonight

The National Weather Service in Huntsville says we can expect strong to severe storms tonight, with damaging winds and hail being the primary threats. A ... Read more

17 hours ago by John Few.

“No Senior Memories”- Spring Sports Cancelled In State Schools

MADISON- “So sad…no kids…no senior memories.” The remarks of longtime head track coach Drew Bell of James Clemens High said it all as the Alabama ... Read more

18 hours ago by Bob Labbe.

American Legion Auxiliary helps with vets’ everyday and social needs

MADISON – Members of Madison American Legion, Auxiliary Unit 229 have coordinated recent activities to assist local veterans. Read more

1 day ago by Gregg Parker.

Madison County now has 60 cases of coronavirus

The Alabama Department of Public Health said there are now 627 cases of coronavirus in the state. Madison now has 60 cases and Limestone has ... Read more

1 day ago by John Few.

Thunderstorms with dangerous winds to return Saturday night

Here’s the extended forecast through the next 5 days. Thunderstorms return Saturday night, with damaging winds and hail possible overnight. A cooler air mass will ... Read more

1 day ago by John Few.

Redstone FCU modifying their hours starting today

Starting today, Redstone Federal Credit Union is modifying its service hours for drive-thru teller stations, call center, scheduled appointments, and all other departments. New hours ... Read more

1 day ago by John Few.

Sidewalk art sends encouraging messages while maintaining social distances

STAY ENCOURAGED – During the current COVID-19 crises, staying positive and encouraged is vital to getting through this period. In place of the person-to-person interaction ... Read more

1 day ago by John Few.

Area cities tighten restrictions on public parks; supports Health Officer’s order for non-essential businesses

MADISON, HUNTSVILLE – The cities of Madison of Huntsville stated this morning they will enforce the Alabama Department of Public Health’s order announcing the closure ... Read more

2 days ago by John Few.

Redstone Federal Credit Union confirms first case of COVID-19 

An offsite Redstone Federal Credit Union employee has tested positive for COVID-19. The employee had no member contact. Redstone learned of the confirmed case late ... Read more

2 days ago by John Few.

100 Alabama Miles Challenge to motivate healthy lifestyles

MADISON – The 100 Alabama Miles Challenge is a statewide program designed to inspire all Alabamians to kick-start an active, healthy lifestyle while exploring the ... Read more

2 days ago by Gregg Parker.

MCS interim superintendent addresses order for schools to remain closed

MADISON – Yesterday, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced that school campuses will be closed through the remainder of the school year, but school districts will ... Read more

2 days ago by John Few.

Madison County resident dies from coronavirus

MADISON COUNTY – There have now been three deaths in Alabama from the coronavirus, including one in Madison County the Alabama Department of Public said ... Read more

2 days ago by John Few.

Keepmoving – Community At Rest

MADISON- The recent outbreak of Covid-19 across the globe has also hit right here in Madison, but good hygiene along with persistence in the fight ... Read more

2 days ago by Bob Labbe.

Students to finish school year at home, Terrell says Madison City Schools will be prepared

MADISON – Alabama K-12 public school students will complete this school year at home through “alternate methods of instruction” beginning April 6, an order from ... Read more

2 days ago by John Few.

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 ... Read more

2 days ago by John Few.

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