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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
Key uncommitted 5-star targets among Alabama's official visitors
Markail Benton, LB, Phenix City, Ala. - Four-star linebacker canceled a visit to Georgia last weekend to have shoulder and knee surgeries.Final two candidates interview for Madison City Superintendent
The final two candidates spent all day touring schools, talking to members of the community and answering questions in front of the Madison City School Board. Reginald Eggleston is a Florence native, but currently calls Mobile home, working as an Assistant Superintendent for the largest public school system in Alabama.Girl learns Snoop Dogg was her Secret Santa, returns favor
Before Christmas, a Reddit user received a package in the mail as part of the site's Secret Santa gift exchange. Was she in for a surprise! After sorting through the items, including a drone and some Snoop Dogg-branded clothes, Erin realized her Secret Santa was the rapper himself.Alabama recruiting podcast: Key uncommitted prospects set for official visits
LaBryan Ray works out on the field as the James Clemens Jets football team practices Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016 in Madison, Ala.Madison mayor's wife arrested, charged with DUI
The wife of newly elected Madison Mayor Paul Finley was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, according to Madison County jail records. Julie Finley, 50, was booked into jail at 6:14 p.m. Wednesday and released at 6:30 a.m. Thursday on a $1,000 bond, according to jail records.Wife of Madison mayor arrested on DUI charge
She is charged with driving under the influence. An Alabama State Trooper arrested Mrs. Finley in Madison County.Madison City Schools interviews 2 superintendent finalists
Dr. Sandra Spivey and Dr. Jennifer Gray toured the district and met leaders before an intense hourlong interview before the board and the public. "It's clearly a learning environment for not only the students but for the adults here.Hughes Road construction continues to frustrate Madison drivers, but it's almost finished
Construction on Hughes Road in Madison is causing its fair share of headaches for drivers. On top of that, a gas leak caused additional frustration on Tuesday, caused by a construction crew.New surgical center a reality for Athens
After more than a year of delays, Athens-Limestone Hospital is pushing forward with a $25 million project to build a surgical center. Hospital officials said last week they will break ground Friday on the 75,000-square-foot, three-story building at U.S. 72 and Lindsay Lane, east of Interstate 65. The State Health Planning and Development Agency issued a certificate of need for the project in September 2015, but the hospital took more than a year to file a signed construction contract to secure the approval.'Tireless advocate' for dyslexic Alabama children dies after hit and run crash
A "selfless life of service" came to an end with the recent death of Lydia Alexander, one of several "pioneers" for the special education of dyslexic children across north Alabama and beyond. Alexander, 56, died Dec. 28 as a result of injuries she sustained in a hit-and-run crash last year on U.S. 72 in Madison, state troopers said.State lawmaker speaks at anti-abortion rally in Huntsville
Acknowledging that he had given "a sermon instead of a political speech," state Rep. Mike Ball headlined a group of speakers at an anti-abortion rally in downtown Huntsville on Friday. "This is very much a spiritual issue - more spiritual than it is physical when we're talking about innocent lives," said Ball, R-Madison.Hughes and Gillespie Roads utility construction project delayed
A utility construction project at the intersection of Hughes and Gillespie Road in Madison has been delayed. The city started preliminary construction on Friday, January 13, but realized the project plan may have to be altered.Threat investigated at Liberty Middle School in Madison, determined to be a hoax
Madison Police say they have looked into information phoned into Madison police Dispatch today. The claim was a student had contraband and a knife on Liberty Middle School's campus.Absolute Storage Management Acquires 2 Madison, AL, Self-Storage Facilities
Absolute Storage Management , a self-storage owner and property-management firm, has purchased two Madison, Ala., facilities in a joint venture with an affiliate of The Natchez Group, a self-storage developer. Balch Road Self Storage at 325 Balch Road and Madison Boulevard Mini Storage at 9091 Madison Blvd. comprise 83,000 square feet of storage space.Madison City Schools to announce superintendent finalists Thursday
Dee Fowler, the previous superintendent, left office on December 1 after taking a job with the state . December 19, the application period ended.Madison police search for robbery suspect; considered armed and dangerous
Police responded to the Fuel City gas station on Madison Blvd. at 3 p.m. Monday after an individual was reportedly robbed in the parking lot. According to police, the offenders fled the scene in a vehicle and were stopped minutes later by Madison police officers.After Madison murder, slain teen's mother talks about her son and his accused killers
Maureen Mack-West tells WHNT News 19 she passed the Sonic by their house on the way back from errands. She saw the police; she saw the news cars.
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