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Mayor Finley, other volunteers, to go “Over the Edge” today and tomorrow for Kids to Love

HUNTSVILLE – Madison Mayor Paul Finley is once again going over the edge. He will join dozens of others in rappelling 160 feet from atop ... Read more

18 hours ago by John Few.

State’s unemployment rate continues to fall, Madison has one of the lowest among cities

MONTGOMERY – The city of Madison has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state, Gov. Kay Ivey announced Friday. Madison remained at 2.2% ... Read more

19 hours ago by John Few.

Digital version of The Madison Record – September 15, 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

1 day ago by John Few.

Harvest Pointe Methodist Church to host KC BBQ contest and Friends Day this Sunday

Harvest Pointe Methodist Church, 103 Gin Oaks Court in Madison, is hosting an official BBQ Contest by KC Barbecue Society on Sunday, Sept. 19. According ... Read more

1 day ago by John Few.

Kids to Love to benefit from campaign by Jack’s Family Restaurants

MADISON – Jack’s Family Restaurants has launched a charitable campaign to benefit the Kids to Love Foundation, based in Madison. Read more

2 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Hammerhead worms invading Alabama gardens

Editor’s note: First we were hit by armyworms, now it looks like we are being invaded by hammerhead worms. Makes you wonder what is next. ... Read more

2 days ago by John Few.

Railyard BBQ Brawl and Music Festival brings new festival to downtown

MADISON – Get your appetites for good food and good music revved up for the debut of the Railyard BBQ Brawl and Music Festival on ... Read more

2 days ago by Gregg Parker.

National Merit Scholarship Program honors 37 Madison seniors as Merit Semifinalists

MADISON – High-achieving teenagers in Madison have claimed an impressive number of slots as 2022 National Merit Semifinalists with the National Merit Scholarship Program. Read more

3 days ago by Gregg Parker.

‘Journey’ yearbook staff at James Clemens aces Design Wars contest

MADISON – The staff for “Journey,” yearbook for James Clemens High School, has won Design Wars, a national design competition that Walsworth Yearbooks sponsors. Read more

3 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Letter to the editor: To our community from the Huntsville Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees

Our community is different. We have a history of creative solutions to tremendous challenges, and a tradition of taking care of our neighbors during crises. ... Read more

4 days ago by John Few.

Police Citizens Advisory Committee brings resident cross-section to the table

MADISON – Nine members of the new resident-police group, Madison Police Citizens Advisory Committee, will bring varied backgrounds to the table at the first public ... Read more

4 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Chamber to acknowledge Best in Business Awards 2021 on Oct. 19

MADISON – Since its founding, Madison Chamber of Commerce has saluted the hard-earned success of companies, groups and individuals in the community. In public recognition, ... Read more

5 days ago by Gregg Parker.

Monte Sano Art Festival returns Sept. 18-19

Over 130 local and regional artists, select local food vendors and musicians will be featured HUNTSVILLE – Breathtaking views and outdoor fun will complement one-of-a-kind ... Read more

6 days ago by John Few.

NYC firefighters’ bravery on 9/11 still impresses Madison fire captain

Note: This article was published originally on Sept. 11, 2011, 10 years ago. It is still very relevant today as we look back on 9-11 ... Read more

7 days ago by John Few.

20 years after 9/11, ‘Chicken Soup’ author again thanks Madison police

MADISON – In retrospect of destruction by terrorists on Sept. 11, 2001, Dr. Steve Gorelick also remembers the resiliency of the American spirit. Read more

1 week ago by Gregg Parker.

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