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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
Madison Police searching for teens missing from Three Springs facility

Three teens have escaped Three Springs School of Madison and police are trying to locate the three. Police said the teens left the facility around 6pm Monday night.

Earth and Stone expanding pizzeria this year at new location in Madison

Earth and Stone Wood Fired Pizza is expanding again after more than a year at Yellowhammer Brewing's facility in west Huntsville. The pizzeria will open a new restaurant in mid-May in a 2,500-square-foot suite formerly home to Pizza 120 on 107 Brookridge Drive in Madison.

Alabama Senate passes bill to build three large prisons

Alabama would get three new prisons, two built by local governments and one build by the state, under a bill that passed the Alabama Senate 230-11 Thursday. Even with the new prisons, the bill's sponsor said the state will need to do more to reduce the total number of inmates.

Limestone up for $1.5M in road projects

The Limestone County Commission will consider next week two projects to replace bridges in West Limestone and resurface busy Huntsville Brownsferry Road in East Limestone. Assistant County Engineer Marc Massey said the East Limestone project would resurface about 4.6 miles of Huntsville Brownsferry Road, from Mooresville Road to Burgreen Road.

Police respond to shooting victim at a Huntsville apartment complex, suspect sought

Two witnesses tell WAAY 31 one person was found shot at Sunlake at Edgewater, an apartment complex located near Zierdt Road in western portions of Huntsville near Madison. Huntsville Police, Fire and Madison Police are on the scene, and they are blocking the entrance to the apartment complex.

Limestone superintendent: State wrong to flag his schools' finances

Limestone County Schools was one of 19 school systems flagged for financial issues by the Alabama State Department of Education, but Superintendent Tom Sisk said Friday it's a mistake. State law says public school systems need to have at minimum enough money on hand to cover a month's worth of expenses.

Madison teachers, principals say moving 6th grade to middle school is beneficial

On Tuesday night, the Madison City School Board voted unanimously to move sixth graders to middle schools beginning with the 2018-2019 school year. Teachers and principals across the school system think it will provide more academic opportunities for the students, and give teachers more time to get to know their students.

Faith meets reality in "The Diviners"

Rehearsing a scene from Calhoun Community College's production of "The Diviners" are, front, from left, Justina Eastmond and Katrina Henley; and, back row, Sam Steele and Lexi Holloway. [JOHN GODBEY/DECATUR DAILY PHOTOS] Tackling faith, truth and morality, a depression-era play spans place and time to touch audiences of all ages, faiths and regions.

Shoney's expanding with new locations in north Alabama

When's the last time you've had a slice of strawberry pie, hot fudge cake, or experienced the breakfast bar at Shoney's? If you live in Huntsville, it's been a few years, but that's all about to change. The Nashville-based company will soon be making a comeback to the greater Huntsville area through new franchise opportunities.

Huntsville Utilities restores service to West Huntsville and Madison

Huntsville Utilities tweeted at 5:49 p.m. Wednesday that service had been restored following an equipment failure on Hughes Road. Numerous intersections near Highway 72 in Madison were affected by the outage.

Tuesday biz wrap: HHGregg bankrupt, bird flu contained

Rendering of the new and expanded fire station to be constructed in the Kingston neighborhood of Birmingham. . The Salvation Army thrift store in Madison is offering discounts this month as it prepares to close down at the end of March.

Madison City School Board votes to move 6th graders to Middle Schools

MADISON, Ala.-The Madison City School Board has voted unanimously to move 6th graders to middle schools beginning with the 2018/2019 school year. The vote came around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday night.

Crash that killed 75-year-old was Huntsville woman's 3rd drunken wreck: Reports

Police suspect a Huntsville woman -- who has been involved in two prior drunken crashes -- was under the influence when she fatally struck a pedestrian in Madison last month, a report shows. Police believe Erica Leigh Nail, 26, was drunk and speeding when her vehicle collided with 75-year-old pedestrian Carol Ann Arey on Feb. 19, according to an initial Madison police crash report obtained by

Madison police: Victim accidentally shot in neck

Investigators also tell us police also responded to a home in the 100 block of Shelton Road where the incident was reported to have occurred.

The Enrichment Center aims to provide counseling and support for students

Seven years ago, a student at Madison's Discovery Middle School shot and killed another student. Sharon Willis was the principal at Discovery then.

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Misspelled monument to be replaced

It's a spelling error literally set in stone, and it's stood largely unnoticed for more than three decades. This year, the Vietnam War Memorial outside the Limestone County Courthouse will be replaced to correct the spelling of Vietnam as "VIEINAM" and add the names of four of the county's war dead inadvertently omitted from the monument when it was installed in 1974.

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