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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.

Population: 29329
Local Newspapers: Madison Record
Local Sports Teams: Birmingham Barons (minor league baseball)
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Zip Codes associated with madison, alabama: 35756 35757 35758
Towns/Cities near madison, alabama : Mooresville Mill Creek

Madison News
Limestone double homicide case bound over to grand jury

A judge found probable cause for Jacob Copeland's arrest and bound his case over to a grand jury during a hearing today. Copeland, 19, of 514 Mill Road, Madison, is accused of killing Damian Blake Ricketts, 21, of Hazel Green, and Devin Edward Richard, 22, of Huntsville the night of Aug. 30, according to the Limestone County Sheriff's Office.

Locals are anticipating President Trump's visit

With President Trump's visit to the Rocket City on the horizon, people are preparing for the highly anticipated visit. "I would support Luther Strange to take the senate seat for the special election, but I'm not too sure whether President Trump's visit is a positive or a negative for Luther Strange," said Strange supporter, Royce Henderson.

Alabama rocket builder named to 'Awesome Women of 2017'

Tiera Fletcher, 22, a rocket engineer at Boeing Co. in Huntsville, is featured in this month's Good Housekeeping magazine as one of 15 'Awesome Women of 2017.'

The City of Bridgeport kicks-off ride to commemorate the Trail of Tears

Over a hundred years and fifty years ago, Native Americans living in the South were forcefully removed from their native land. "We need to not forget.

Watch for Trail of Tears motorcyclists Saturday

Motorcyclists will take to the streets Saturday to commemorate the 1838 forced relocation of Native Americans with the Trail of Tears ride along U.S. 72. Thousands of motorcyclists will participate in the ride scheduled to depart Bridgeport at 8 a.m., stop in Madison for lunch, travel through Limestone County's Mooresville, Athens and Coxey communities and arrive in Waterloo at 3 p.m. A pow-wow with storytelling, demonstrations, arts and crafts will await at Waterloo.

Ex-deputy files sexual harassment lawsuit against Madison County sheriff, commission

A former Madison County sheriff's deputy filed a federal lawsuit against the county and a host of officials on Friday, alleging she was fired from her job as punishment for reporting she had been sexually harassed at work. The suit - which tells of nude photos of a female deputy being passed around the sheriff's department as well as describing graphic sexual suggestions made the deputy -- was filed Friday by Shelby L. Holt in U.S. District Court for Northern Alabama.

City of Madison considers amendment that would allow them to close Three Springs

Monday night at the Madison City Council meeting, members took the first step in making it possible for the City of Madison to revoke the business license of the Three Springs treatment facility off of Browns Ferry Road. Amending a business license ordinance may not seem like much, but it could end up having a direct impact on whether the treatment facility is able to keep the lights on.

City of Madison approves deal to bring Publix to the old Kroger site on Hughes Road

WHNT News 19 was the only news outlet at Monday night's Madison City Council meeting, when members unanimously approved a development agreement that would bring a Publix to the old Kroger site on Hughes Road. BREAKING: Madison City Council approves development agreement to bring Publix to the old Kroger site on Hughes Road.

Fire Marshal: Source of barn fire appears electrical; no foul play

A fire destroyed a horse barn on Thach Road in Limestone County early Tuesday morning, killing 23 horses. Officials believe it was an electrical fire.

Battle over school taxes in Limestone County nears settlement

A battle over tax money in Madison County schools systems that overlap into Limestone County is nearing a settlement of the 2014 lawsuit. Madison City and Huntsville City schools - which have students residing in Limestone County attending their schools - have reached an agreement with Athens City and Limestone County schools that would share the tax money.

Three Springs murder suspects say they're 'innocent' and 'praying' for victim's family

"I'm praying for the families, and I'm sorry for their loss, and I'm going to continue to pray," said Carter as he walked into the courthouse Thursday. He kept repeating those words heading in and out of a Limestone County courtroom.

Limestone, Athens superintendents satisfied with proposed settlement

The Limestone County and Athens City schools superintendents say they're satisfied with a proposed settlement to resolve a dispute among their districts and two others over local tax revenue. "I think it is probably the most equitable agreement we could hope to accomplish," Limestone County Schools Superintendent Tom Sisk said Wednesday.

Feel like a Fitness Fox while you work out Y'a

Fashion in the fitness industry has picked up a lot. And we all know that working out feels better when we look better doing it! "We definitely have a lot of athletes who come in who want that," said Caroline Whitley, a fitness coach at Iron Tribe in Madison.

Huntsville developer gives Gov. Kay Ivey, not Tommy Battle, $100K contribution

A Madison County judge has dismissed the last of land developer Louis Breland's two lawsuits over how the Cabela's outdoor store ended up in Huntsville instead of possibly coming to property Breland is developing in Madison. The dismissal came Tuesday just as Gov. Kay Ivey's latest finance report was suggesting Breland still isn't over losing Cabela's to Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle's team.

Deal nears approval to end a decade-long dispute over Limestone County tax revenue

Local leaders tell WHNT News 19, they are extremely close to resolving the long-standing tax dispute involving students in Limestone County that go to Madison County-area school districts. State Senator Bill Holtzclaw says the plan is essentially in place, now all it takes is for each school district involved - Athens City Schools, Limestone County Schools, Madison City Schools and Huntsville City Schools - to officially sign off on the agreement.

Madison Landing bought by Freeman Webb

Freeman Webb Company announced it has acquired Madison Landing, a 514-unit apartment complex, in Madison for an undisclosed amount. "Huntsville is the fastest growing metropolitan area in Alabama and the fastest growing tech city in the nation," Bill Freeman, company chairman and co-founder said.

Former employees claim understaffing has been a problem at Three Springs for years

The community has been on edge after two escaped teenagers from the facility on Browns Ferry Road were accused of killing 61-year-old Van Johnson . A former supervisor at a different Sequel facility is now sharing his story, and says these type of problems aren't a new phenomenon.

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