Got opinions about the proposed $46M Monrovia high school? Be heard at April 24 work session
The Madison County school system wants to build a new high school in Monrovia to relieve crowding at Sparkman High, located on Jeff Road in Harvest.
Blake Bottom Road bridge now open; Monrovia, Harvest commuters breathe sigh of relief
Busy Blake Bottom Road in Monrovia is back open following a nine-month bridge construction project that frustrated county officials as well as commuters.
Harvest/Monrovia residents upset after being denied input for new high school location
The community involvement in Monday night's Community Engagement Meeting at Sparkman High School maybe lasted five minutes, leaving dozens of residents upset and disappointed.
Tornado damage from 1974 is still visible in the Huntsville area
The April 3, 1974, tornado outbreak changed the Alabama landscape forever. Damage from those storms is still visible, and those who wish to view the damage can still do so.
Where will the proposed $46M Monrovia high school be built? Monday...
A Monday night meeting could shed some light on the Madison County school system's tight-lipped search for a high school site in the Monrovia area .
Harvest man killed after vehicle hits tree on Old Railroad Bed Road
Troopers confirm a 1994 Ford crashed on Old Railroad Bed Road about 12 miles north of Huntsville just before 4:30 p.m. Troopers say Thomas Campbell, 73, of Harvest was pronounced dead at the scene.
Civil Rights Era photographer Farley Vaughn found the joy amid the grimness: Life Story
'You can be the best photographer in the world, but if you don't treat people right, you won't have any business' - Farley Vaughn A father and son breach a cordon of state troopers to enter East Clinton School in Huntsville, Ala., which was ordered closed by Governor George Wallace in this 1963 photo by Farley Vaughn, then chief photographer for ... (more)
Madison County school leaders moving closer to finding site for new high school in Harvest
Superintendent David Copeland shared in Thursday's board meeting that school leaders have narrowed the search down to one primary site and an alternate site for the new $46 million high school planned in the Monrovia area.