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Cardiac arrest survival rates soar in Madison

Data retrieved from emergency responses to sudden cardiac arrest indicates you have about a 50% better chance of surviving if you have this event within the city limits of Madison.…

Chamber Shocker: Galipeau and Ivey relieved of duties at Madison Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Shocker: Galipeau and Ivey relieved of duties at Madison Chamber of Commerce

This week, two long-standing members of the Madison Chamber of Commerce, Lou Galipeau and Tabitha Ivey, were both relieved of their positions with the Chamber. Madison Chamber of Commerce Board…

Martin Street will be closed June 27

The City of Madison would like to inform residents that beginning on June 27th between the hours of 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Martin St will be closed from Short…

Kidnapper involved in Kentucky murder investigation

Kidnapper involved in Kentucky murder investigation

Madison was the scene of a kidnapping last week that was part of a manhunt beginning in Kentucky and eventually ending in Homewood, Alabama. On the morning of Wednesday June…

After an amazing China experience, Madison Jazz return home

After an amazing China experience, Madison Jazz return home

Madison Jazz return to Alabama this Wednesday after a tour that took them to 10 cities across all of China. The ensemble has been in the country since May 31st,…

Madison’s 2011 Family of the Year

Madison’s 2011 Family of the Year

Among the clatter from the kitchen at Atlanta Bread Company, the Trulock family, Madison’s 2011 Family of the Year, sits at a table in the corner, spending some time together…

Madison creating storm shelter registration

Authorities in Madison are improving their plans to respond to the next assault by Mother Nature by creating a new online registry to keep track of storm shelters in Madison.…

City says it spent $3 million less than expected

The city of Madison announced at Monday’s city council meeting that their spending for fiscal year 2010 fell $3 million below expected levels. However, Mayor Paul Finley points out that…

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