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Madison, originally known as Madison Station, was founded in 1869. The city was formed by the addition of a stop along a railroad. On May 17, 1864, a Civil War battle known as "The Affair at Madison Station" was fought on Madison soil. Ten miles from Huntsville, Madison prides itself on high quality schools, a quaint downtown, and festivals such as the annual Madison Street Festival in the fall. Intergraph, a computer software company, is based in Madison and is the largest employer.
Local Newspapers: Madison Record
Local Sports Teams: Birmingham Barons (minor league baseball)
Zip Codes associated with madison, alabama:
35756 35757 35758
Towns/Cities near madison, alabama : Mooresville Mill Creek
Metro Diner opening locations in Vestavia Hills, Madison
The restaurant, which was featured on the Food Network show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, is in the process of opening new locations in Vestavia Hills and Madison. The Madison location will open this winter at 7620 U.S. Highway 72. It'll occupy 3,800 square feet.Madison police now believe County Line Road death is a homicide
MADISON, AL - Madison police are investigating an overnight death that they originally thought was an industrial accident at a shopping center on County Line Road on Monday night. Police say, the overnight death investigation is no longer being considered an accident and they are calling it a homicide.Poll: Moore leads Strange in GOP primary for Senate
Former Chief Justice has 11 point lead over incumbent in possible runoff; Trump endorsement hurts Brooks more than it helps Strange Poll: Moore leads Strange in Republican primary for US Senate Former Chief Justice has 11 point lead over incumbent in possible runoff; Trump endorsement hurts Brooks more than it helps Strange Check out this story on montgomeryadvertiser.com: http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/news/politics/southunionstreet/2017/08/10/poll-moore-leads-strange-republican-primary-us-senate/557766001/ Roy Moore continues to lead the Alabama Republican primary field, and could have a large lead over Sen. Luther Strange if a runoff occurs.A Huntsville collector found this sign for Space City USA for sale in Georgia.
Space City USA was a space-themed amusement park that was originally supposed to open around 1965 near the Madison and Triana area. The project ran into financial issues and problems at the state level and never opened.High School Flexible Seating Done Right
Interested in switching to flexible seating? Get funding ideas, helpful tips, and how-to photos from the pros-your fellow high school teachers. "Can I ask how many students you have in an average class?" That question was on teacher Stephanie Sleeper's mind as she contemplated a photo of Emily Polak's flexible classroom for ninth-grade English students.Limestone County School Bus back ends into a ditch on Huntsville Brownsferry Road
The bus was attempting to make a U-turn when it fell into the ditch and called for help at around 6:50 AM. The accident occurred on the corner of Burgreen and Huntsville Brownsferry road.Re-Enrollment process brings hiccups to some parents, but satisfaction to Madison City Schools
As the first day of school in Madison comes to a close, district leaders are seeing the benefits of re-enrollment play out in each student who walks through the school doors. "Overall, it was a great day," said Robby Parker, Madison City Schools Superintendent, of the first day of class.Man facing Capital Murder charges in Madison shooting denied youthful offender status
A man who passed out while driving under the influence of drugs is jailed for assault of a Huntsville police officer, authorities said. Kartheek Sola, 29, of Madison, passed out while driving his car on University Drive at the Putman intersection today around 9 a.m., Huntsville police Lt.Local Church in the City of Madison says Shelton Road is dangerous
Shelton Road intersects with Madison Boulevard and it's a road many people travel. It can be very dangerous if you're not paying attention.One person dead after single vehicle wreck in Madison
Madison Police are investigating a fatal wreck this morning. It happened around 11:30 Sunday night on Shelton Road, just north of Madison Boulevard.Misspelled Vietnam memorial to be replaced Friday
A Vietnam War memorial that spells Vietnam as "VIEINAM" and excludes the names of four fallen servicemen will be replaced Friday. According to Sandy Thompson, the replacement stone comes after Tony Grigsby, a longtime member of the Limestone County Burial Detail, campaigned for years for its correction.President Trump greets Attorney General Jeff Sessions during his...
Sen. Jeff Sessions greeted President-elect Donald Trump at a "USA Thank You Tour 2016" event in Mobile, Ala., in December. Sen. Jeff Sessions greeted President-elect Donald Trump at a "USA Thank You Tour 2016" event in Mobile, Ala., in December.Madison tops "Best Places to Live in Alabama" list, Huntsville comes in at 11
MADISON, Ala. - The single best place to live in Alabama, according to Niche.com's rankings , is none other than Madison.Madison youth counselor had sex with 'several boys' during...
A counselor at a Madison home for troubled youth and juvenile delinquents is accused of performing oral sex on students, according to court documents. Amanda Shantay Williams, a 28-year-old youth counselor at Three Springs juvenile detention center, was arrested Friday on two counts of school employee engaging in a sex act with a student younger than 19. If convicted of the Class B felonies, Williams faces up to 40 years in prison and would be required to register as a sex offender.Bannon convinced Jeff Sessions to endorse Trump, and Sessions worried ...
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon helped convince Attorney General Jeff Sessions to endorse Donald Trump in the 2016 election despite Sessions' worries that the endorsement could be the end of his political career, a new book revealed. As Joshua Green wrote in "Devil's Bargain," Sessions, then a senator from Alabama, was unsure if Trump could secure the Republican nomination, and knew that being the first senator to endorse Trump could further curtail his political future if Trump, the Republican frontrunner at the time, lost.Big Shake's Hot Chicken & Fish opening first Alabama restaurant
Hot Chicken Kitchen Nashville Style may have closed this month, but another restaurant serving spicy chicken will open soon in Huntsville. Big Shake's Hot Chicken & Fish will launch next to Salon de Juis in a 6,300-square-foot shopping center on 671 Martin Road near the intersection of Martin Road and Zierdt Road.
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