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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
Mom and 10-year-old girl fall into freezing lake while trying to save dog that died
Madison firefighters are reminding the public of the danger of walking across frozen bodies of water after a woman and girl were hospitalized Wednesday night. The woman and her child were trying to save their dog that fell into the freezing water.Live Blog: Road conditions across north Alabama
With a First Alert Weather Day in effect for Tuesday, snow and ice are expected to impact several roadways across the Tennessee Valley. Crews are preparing roads in Madison with gravel and sand mix on Wall Triana and I-565 overpass as well as County Line Road overpass and the Hughes Road overpass.Suspect arrested in Madison hotel shooting
Following a Sunday incident in which four people were shot in a Madison hotel, police have arrested a suspect in the case. According to information released by the Madison Police Department, detectives on Monday arrested 18-year-old Amari Tivon Hurt of Huntsville.Initiative continues to bring young professionals to the city
Both said they first looked at Madison and Huntsville, before the Best and Brightest Initiative - a program focused on attracting young professionals to Decatur - convinced the pair to move to the city. Ferrara and McMurray are members of the Best and Brightest Initiative's second class.4 people injured in overnight shooting at Madison hotel
Huntsville Emergency Medical Services Inc. received a call at 12:22 a.m. concerning an overnight shooting at the Country Inn and Suites on Sunday. Madison Police say four individuals were shot, one with potentially life-threatening injuries.An accused kitten killer, high-profile murder cases and more: North Alabama trials in 2018
Across north Alabama, prosecutors and defense attorneys are gearing up for what's expected to be a busy year for high-profile trials. The accused Craigslist kitten killer from Athens, an ex-husband charged with gunning down his former wife at her Decatur bakery and an already-convicted murderer in the Shoals are among those expected to go to trial in 2018.Atmosphere in Montgomery shifted for this Legislative session
As the Legislative Session begins this year, some legislators say there is a different atmosphere in the Alabama State House than in recent times before. 2017 was a year of continued political drama in Alabama.Ennis, deCelle to wed in February
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stephen Ennis, Sr. of LaGrange are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Rachel Virginia Ennis, to Charles Walton deCelle, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walton deCelle, Sr. of Madison, Alabama.Toyota-Mazda plant could have an impact on the Shoals economy
Wednesday, Toyota and Mazda officials announced they would be building a mega plant in north Alabama. The plant is set to bring in about 4,000 jobs to the area and could be located in Limestone County near Powell Road.Jason Isbell to headline fundraiser for Huntsville Hospital Foundation
He and his band, the 400 Unit, will headline the 30th annual Huntsville Classic benefiting the Huntsville Hospital Foundation in May. The concert will be on May 10, 2018 in the VBS Propst Arena. "We cannot think of a more exciting or current artist than Jason Isbell for our 30th annual Classic," said Beth Richardson, Progress Bank Madison market president and 2018 Huntsville Classic co-chairman.Huntsville pizza partners take over Frios popsicle store
That's the environment Stan Stinson and Tina Ford are creating with Frios, the Gadsden-based gourmet popsicle franchise they just purchased at The Garage at Clinton Row in downtown Huntsville. Ford and Stinson, who also own Earth and Stone Wood Fired Pizza, were looking to launch a new ice cream concept, Campus Creamery, when the opportunity to acquire Frios came available this fall.Madison expecting agreement with minor league team owners soon
Thursday night the Madison City Council announced its expecting a license agreement with Ballcorp, LLC later in January. Ballcorps, LLC became the owners of the Mobile BayBears in November.Alabama doctor pleads guilty to misdemeanor sex abuse charge
A former pediatrician in Alabama has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of attempted sexual abuse, adding his name to the state's sex offender registry. Dr. James Cartwright , formerly of Cornerstone Pediatrics in Madison, accepted a sentence of 12 months probation as part of a plea deal hatched with Limestone County prosecutors, according to court documents.Crews respond to power outage in Madison
The utility company says the outage is from Highway 72, south to Eastview Drive, and from Wall Triana Highway to Slaughter Road. We have a power outage in the City of Madison area from Hwy 72 south to Eastview Dr and from Wall Triana Hwy east to Slaughter Rd. Service will be restored as quickly as possible.Beyond the scandals, some reasons to be 'Alabama Proud'
"In the Stairwell," an a capella group from the U.S. Air Force Academy that includes two Alabama members, celebrates being voted through to the semifinals of America's Got Talent over kid dancers Artyon and Paige, left. That's right.Regional change focus of Huntsville Committee of 100
John Allen, the new CEO of the Huntsville Committee of 100 , says he is building on a foundation laid by the group's first emeritus member, retired CEO Carol Madry Bell. "Now that I'm in this position I see the touch of her hand on everything that we do and how we do it.Huntsville woman's dream home left in shambles, contractor arrested & cited
A Huntsville woman says she paid a contractor more than $170,000 to overhaul her new home but now, the project has come to a screeching halt. M Powell thought she'd be spending the holidays in her totally renovated dream home in Huntsville, but that won't be happening.Madison counselor facing child pornography charges
The Madison County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division and US Department of Homeland Security executed search warrants at homes in Madison on Mahan Drive and Essex Court on December 15. Investigators tell us the locations are the home and business addresses of Alabama Psychological Services, of 58-year-old Wayde Zane Slocumb. During the search by investigators, all of Slocumb's electronic media devices were seized.
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