Business Expo and Kids Day a success

Business Expo and Kids Day a success

MADISON – Drawing crowds that numbered well over 3,000 in totality, the annual Business Expo and Kids Day offered those who attended a sampling of ... Read more

Latest news

Summer Knights awards trophies

MADISON - Compared to 2014, attendance doubled at this year's Summer Knights Chess Tournament, sponsored by Madison City Chess League. Read more

  1. Madison Golf Center celebrates 25 years
  2. Parrots of the Caribbean ‘move nest’ to Insanity Complex
  3. Home school: Families like custom-tailored learning

The Latest

Clayton jets to respect in leading James Clemens’ population

Clayton jets to respect in leading James Clemens’ population

MADISON - On the James Clemens High School campus, Principal Dr. Brian Clayton usually is seen wearing his signature bow tie. Always, he wears a ... Read more

Wellborns enjoy downtown festivities in Sullivan-Wellborn house on Front Street

Wellborns enjoy downtown festivities in Sullivan-Wellborn house on Front Street

MADISON - Chris and Suzanne Wellborn feel that historic homes have a soul. On the corner of Buttermilk Alley, they live at 23 Front Street ... Read more

Sci-Quest receives $50,000 UTC grant

Sci-Quest receives $50,000 UTC grant

HUNTSVILLE -- Sci-Quest Hands-on Science Center has received a $50,000 matching grant donation from United Technologies Corporation (UTC) Aerospace Systems. Read more

Coggins, Stender attend Normandy Institute

Coggins, Stender attend Normandy Institute

HARVEST - Sparkman High School teacher Erin Coggins and student Erin Stender were chosen to attend the National History Day Albert H. Small Normandy Scholars' ... Read more

School spirit: Liberty Middle cheerleaders gear up for more success

School spirit: Liberty Middle cheerleaders gear up for more success

High school cheerleading in the Huntsville area is more than just cheering every Friday night in the fall at football games, with squads regularly competing ... Read more

  1. Davis works as At-Risk Counselor
  2. Harold Stogsdill continues to serve community
  3. Tax holiday starts Aug. 7
  4. Day, Mu, Todd lead Patriot Band
  5. Clothing for Confidence helps 230
  6. Divide by Zero wraps 2015 concerts
  7. Heinse wins ‘Right Stuff’ award
  8. Softball team places second in state
  9. Comedian Kington coming to Asbury
  10. Kris Kringle Market accepting applications
  11. Students excel in Aspire testing
  12. Grice named Columbia’s top teacher
  13. Military magazine publishes Odum’s work
  14. Ambassadors visit Central America
  15. Worsham on EMA board
  16. ‘Warriors to the Workforce’ helps veterans
  17. Girls’ chess plans schedule
  18. School supplies, novelties available online
  19. Heritage robotics compete in Razorback
  20. Bolton stages camp for Gold Award
  21. Haraway gives Town Madison update
  22. Veteran of the Week: David Shelly
  23. Givens named Bob Jones AP
  24. Elementaries hold Aug. 3 open houses

Sports

Softball league registration open

Softball league registration open

MADISON – The Madison Softball League (MSL) is taking athletes for its fall season during its current online registration period. Read more

  1. Alex Baker wins karate national championship
  2. Softball team places second in state
  3. Credit union hosting golf tournament for charity

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Schools

Grice named Columbia’s top teacher

MADISON - Fifth-grade science teacher Lisa Grice is "Teacher of the Year" at Columbia Elementary School. Read more

Lifestyles

Harold Stogsdill continues to serve community

MADISON – After graduating from high school in rural southeastern Missouri among the Ozarks, Harold Stogsdill made his way to north Alabama in Russellville, to ... Read more

Opinion

Madison Living releases back-to-school edition

From the Publisher  Madison Living’s back to school edition is now available. We are excited to ... Read more

Obituaries

Stephen Arthur Gathof December 29, 1929 – April 3, 2015

Stephen A. Gathof, 85, passed away peacefully on Friday, April 3, 2015 at his residence in ... Read more