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Railyard BBQ Brawl and Music Festival returns Oct. 29

MADISON – Whiffs of hickory and mesquite smoke, twangs of a guitar and the best ‘cue around will lead people to the second annual Railyard ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Tommy Overcash appointed to Madison Board of Education

MADISON – A former City Council member, Tommy Overcash now is serving with Madison Board of Education. Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Children vulnerable for troubled mental health, Cook says

MADISON – You’ve taken good care of your children – You’ve fed them. Clothed them. And send them off to school, ready for another day. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Fast start leads Trash Pandas to 9-5 in playoff game 1 win

By Aaron Cheris KODAK, Tennessee – The Rocket City Trash Pandas took the lead on the game’s second pitch and led from start to finish, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by John Few.

Updating state’s 1901 Constitution on November ballot

MADISON – Two items related to the Alabama Constitution will be on the ballot in November. These items have already received unanimous support from members ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Boynton champions languages with ‘A Seal of Biliteracy’

MADISON - Peggy Boynton was invited to present and serve as a panelist at the Alabama World Languages Association Workshop. Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Jessica Penot to discuss ‘Haunted North Alabama’

MADISON – Coinciding with the approach of Halloween, a local author plans to discuss her ‘haunted’ book. Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

MSF shows artistic influences at Artist Alley, Crafters Cove and Student Art Tent

MADISON – Informal artisans, budding artists and purveyors of fine art all have a place at Madison Street Festival. Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Bob Jones, James Clemens command National Merit totals for Alabama

MADISON – Officials with National Merit Scholarship Corporation have announced the names of Semifinalists in the 68th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Madison’s high schools ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Coaches White and McGehee speak in ‘Sittin’ With the Supe’

MADISON - In “Sittin’ With the Supe” on Sept. 9, Dr. Ed Nichols, Superintendent of Madison City Schools, met Madison’s head coaches for high school ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Dr. Charles L. Karr named President of UAH

HUNTSVILLE – The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees has unanimously named Dr. Charles L. “Chuck” Karr president of The University of Alabama in ... Read more

3 weeks ago by John Few.

Trash Pandas clinch second half title with 5-2 win, playoffs start next week

BOX SCORE MADISON, Alabama – The stars shined brightest at Toyota Field on Thursday night, as the Rocket City Trash Pandas clinched the second half ... Read more

3 weeks ago by John Few.

Master Gardeners set for Fall Plant Sale on Sept. 24

MADISON COUNTY – Healthy and hearty plants for inside or outside a home will be offered at the Fall Plant Sale by Master Gardeners of ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

Senior center conducts food drive, ceramics sale

MADISON – Members of Madison Senior Center are busy with projects as they wait for a visitor. Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

MSF doubles Children’s Area, changes shuttle stops

MADISON – When younger families arrive at Madison Street Festival on Oct. 1, they will find the Children’s Area in a new location – bigger ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Gregg Parker.

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