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(From release) This year the 100 BMOA GHC members are honored to recognize Officers Carl McDuffie, Investigator Jay Johnson, and Officer Dwight Atkinson as the “100 BMOA GHC 2012 Mentors of the Year in the Mentoring” category for their dedicated mentoring effort within our community.
Their gang prevention and intervention lecture to our young people is [...]
Weather permitting, the northbound outside lane of U.S. Highway 431 (State Route 1) between mile markers 328.5 and 329.2 is closed through Feb. 3, 2013 while work is done to improve the intersection at Dug Hill Road (County Road 321).
Upon completion of the work in the northbound outside lane, work will begin on the northbound [...]
Madison County School Superintendent Dr. David Copeland addressed reporters Sunday afternoon in regards to student safety. The press conference was held following Friday’s school shootings in Connecticut.
Officials say Bob Jones High School and Discovery Middle School in Madison will open two hours late Friday due to a water main break overnight.
All other schools will run on schedule.
Huntsville’s new manager of urban and long-range planning, Dennis Madsen, talks to reporters about his new job at a city hall press conference Tuesday. Also speaking were Mayor Tommy Battle and city councilmen John Olshefski and Dr. Richard Showers, Sr.
(From release) The City of Huntsville announced Tuesday the appointment of Dennis Madsen as its new Manager of Urban and Long Range Planning. Madsen was among more than 140 applicants to apply for the newly created position. He will start work on Jan. 14.
An architect by training, Madsen has worked for the past 10 years [...]
(From release) On December 10th officer Shane Killingsworth will be presented the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal by the Sons of the American Revolution at 11 a.m. in the auditorium of the Huntsville Madison County Library located at 915 Monroe Street.
On September 24, while on patrol, Killingsworth was dispatched to locate a stolen vehicle. He located [...]
(From release) The Huntsville Utilities Waterworks Board announced a five-step plan for water rate and service fee increases at the Huntsville City Council meeting on Thursday, the first increase of water rates since 2008.
Over a four-year period, the proposed changes will increase the average residential water bill by $9.71 per month. The first increase will [...]
(From release)When you imagine downtown Huntsville, what experiences do you envision from Thanksgiving to New Years?
Mayor Tommy Battle wants to know your ideas in his December topic on the Imagine Huntsville community forum page. The 2012 season offers a wide variety of activities, but we are already thinking ahead to 2013. So, what ideas do [...]
Mayor Battle and other s held a press conference at Lawren’s Gift Shop on Madison Street Tuesday to announce the city’s “Shop Small” program. The program asks citizens to patronize local small businesses during the holidays.
(From release) For the most original merchandise, personal customer service, and a customer friendly sales staff, Mayor Tommy Battle is [...]