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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
Groundbreaking to be held for new hotel Wednesday
The hotel, a Home2Suites by Hilton, will be owned and operated by Practicing Hospitality Daily Hotels in Opelika.Madison County voters overwhelmingly approve school taxes
Madison County voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to continue six existing property taxes for its three public school systems. The votes provided critical support to operating budgets, and they ensured the continuation of special programs like robotics, biotechnology and career academies.Turnout appears strong to high locally
Jessica Moreno and her 3 year old daughter April leave the Decatur Baptist Church after Jessica voted in the special U.S. Senate election. [JOHN GODBEY/DECATUR DAILY] Jessica Moreno and her 3 year old daughter April leave the Decatur Baptist Church after Jessica voted in the special U.S. Senate election.Taking Action: what the school tax renewal will look like on your ballot
Along with the Senate candidates, voters in Huntsville, Madison, and Madison County will each see a series of measures asking them to vote "for" or "against" ad valorem taxes. Each will be written as "Special Election for renewal and continuation of the levy of the [value] mill school district tax" on the ballot, with different values assigned for the mills.Parents voice support for Madison County school tax renewals
Residents say they want to keep schools operating at high levels in order for their children to continue to have a quality education. Ann Kvach has been busy getting the word out to other Madison County voters about the school tax renewals .Crews on the scene of Madison gas leak
A gas leak was reported near the intersection of Lanier Rd. and Commerce Cir. in Madison around 2:30 this afternoon.Huntsville-Madison Co. breaks ground on new 9-1-1 facility
Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Madison County Commission Chair Dale Strong, City of Madison Mayor Paul Finley and MCCD Chair Dr. Lee Gradford were among those in attendance. "We have outgrown our current facility as Huntsville, Madison, and Madison County's population continues to explode.Major mixed-use development coming to U.S. 72 in Madison
This graphic shows the Clift Farm purchased by developer Louis Breland in 2017 and slated for mixed-use development. The 550-acre Clift Farm, one of the last big undeveloped properties along U.S. 72 in Madison, has been sold to developer Louis Breland, Breland Companies announced today.Deputies, officers bring holiday cheer to North Alabama families
Members of different North Alabama law enforcement families shared the true meaning of the holidays by giving back to local needy families this week. The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 6 and WAY-FM Radio host the event year, with partnerships from WAY-FM, Target Jones Valley, Inside Out Ministries and Agencies from across Huntsville, Madison and Madison County Alabama.Inflatables bring cheer to Adalene Lane in Madison
Ron Finlaw told us about how much he loves outdoor Christmas decorations. Each year he adds to the display at 104 Adalene Lane in Madison.Sensory Santa Toy Drive happening now to benefit children with autism
Meeting Santa for the first time can be scary for any child, but especially those with autism. That is why Madison Behavior Therapy, and several other agencies, bring Sensory Santa to town each year.8 arrested after narcotics found in Madison hotel room
Officers responded to a noise complaint in a room occupied by the suspects at Madison Inn and Suites on Madison Boulevard. When officers entered the room, they discovered methamphetamine, suboxone, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.$58 Million school tax levy, House District 4 Republican nominee to be decided next week
With the special election just one week away, most of the attention has been on the U.S. Senate race between Roy Moore and Doug Jones. For some voters in Limestone, Madison and Morgan counties it's not just the U.S. Senate race they'll decide next Tuesday.Schools urge voters to renew education taxes on Dec. 12
Supporters of Madison County's three public school systems want voters to remember that two-line mantra as they decide whether to renew several education property taxes in Dec. 12's special election. The renewals mean $37.6 million for Huntsville City Schools, $6.5 million for Madison City Schools and $14.3 million for Madison County Schools per year.Dancing lights and singing trees welcome the holidays to one Madison neighborhood
David Jakobsen let us know about this display on Libby Circle near Burgreen Road. The house features dancing lights, four singing Christmas trees and 10 inflatables! If you're in the area, you'll definitely want to check it out.Bob Jones High School Cheerleaders celebrate 10 years of Breakfast With Santa
Santa Claus is coming to town! In fact, he's already made an appearance at the 10th annual Bob Jones High School Breakfast With Santa, hosted by the BJHS cheerleaders. "It is a fundraiser to help the cheerleaders go on their nationals trip, but we like to see it more as community service.Reward offered for Madison wireless store theft suspect
A Madison business is asking the public's help finding a man who walked out with several thousand dollars in cellphones. The theft was at Cricket Wireless at 8580 Madison Blvd. Thursday morning.$27M development project coming to downtown Madison
The mixed-use development on Sullivan Street will include restaurants, retailers, a coffee shop and 140-160 loft style apartments above it. The old Mullins & Sons Building and the Clanton Muffler Shop on Sullivan Street, between Kyser Boulevard and Gin Oaks Court in Madison will make way for commercial and retail space.Army Reserves officer gets 4 years for defrauding government
A federal judge has sentenced a high-ranking Army Reserves officer to four years in prison and ordered him to forfeit $4.4 million for fraudulently supplying hundreds of thousands of Chinese-produced baseball caps and backpacks to the Army Recruiting Command and passing them off as American-made. Federal authorities say 50-year-old Lt.New bank branch planned for busy North Alabama corridor
Bank Independent, a northwest Alabama banking group, will build a new office to anchor a complex on U.S. Highway 72 in Madison. Northwest Alabama's Bank Independent is opening a second Madison County location in Madison along the booming U.S. Highway 72 corridor.
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