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Local moms say saving money is biggest reason they use cloth diapers on their babies (video)
Sarah Bailey of Huntsville demonstrates how to use a modern cloth diaper. Video taken at A Nurturing Moment in Huntsville, Ala.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Welcome Reception & Dinner Held in Honor of Greystones, Ireland Mayor
The Irish Society of North Alabama and International Society of Huntsville are teaming up to co-host a special reception to welcome Mayor Stephen Stokes from Greystones, Ireland to Huntsville.
Senate Committee Approves Common Core Opt-Out Bill
Common Core opponents moved closer to a major goal Wednesday after a Senate committee approved a bill that would allow Alabama school systems to opt-out of the controversial program, but the legislation still appears to face an uphill battle.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Survey work has started on $30M plan to widen congested U.S. 72 West in Huntsville, Madison
Traffic creeps along U.S. 72 West between Providence Main Street and Jeff Road in this December 2013 photo.
Madison public input meeting tonight will address roadway and drainage improvements for Mose Chapel Road
Mose Chapel roadway and drainage improvements will be subject on a public input meeting Tuesday night at Madison City Hall.
Singing police officers and firefighters join to raise funds for Madison County Public...
Huntsville Fire & Rescue Department's Fahrenheit sings for the 24th Annual Kiwanis Huntsville- Madison County Prayer Breakfast in May 2012.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Sen. Paul Sanford hopes changes can ease concerns about marijuana oil bill
A Huntsville legislator is working on changes to a bill that he hopes will persuade the Senate to approve the use of marijuana oil to treat children's seizures.
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New York Times v. Sullivan: Fifty Years of a Press Free from Responsibility
On March 9, 1964, the United States Supreme Court decided New York Times v. Sullivan , a case that radically expanded first-amendment protection for the press.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Mayor Battle discusses Old Madison Pike project
The project will shut down the road from Jan Davis Drive to Slaughter Road. The project includes a new four-lane roadway, bridges, sidewalks, bicycle lanes and a new greenway parking area.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Road improvement project shuts down portion of Old Madison Pike
A massive road improvement project will be underway starting Monday morning. It will shut down a portion of Old Madison Pike for more than a year.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Madison house built with women in mind
What do women want in a home? A place to prop their feet when they shave their legs would be nice.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
After 15 years of promises, work will begin Monday to solve Old...
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - If your daily commute includes Old Madison Pike between Slaughter Road and Cummings Research Park, it's time to find an alternate route.
Madison police seek help to identify suspects in attempted robbery
MADISON, Alabama-- Madison police are asking the public to help identify two men they say attempted to rob an individual Monday morning.
13 more things we have to explain to out-of-towners about Huntsville from AL.com readers
T here is no airport at the end of Airport Road. But there used to be. The facility on Airport Road in south Huntsville was closed and eventually torn down after Huntsville Jetport opened off Interstate 565 in Madison.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Rep. Mike Ball on Push for Carly's Law: "It's a hill worth dying on."
Representative Mike Ball is having a hard time pushing to legalize a marijuana-based oil.
Alice Cherian Wessly 'left everything to follow God'
Alice Cherian Wessly, with her older son, Robert, at home while her husband was doing a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Florida.
Huntsville Birth Announcement for Sunday, March 2
Brown, David Elijah and Sandra Brown of Huntsville named their son, born Feb. 5 at Huntsville Hospital, Naomi Alisa Brown.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
City Of Madison Sets To Improve Kid's Kingdom In Dublin Park
"Can you get me?" Asks a parent to his little daughter, wearing bright yellow and swinging in one of the swings at Kid's Kingdom.
Huntsville Symphony Orchestra charms at the speed of sound with Free Family Concert
Max McGee, 7, displays the pan pipes he created from drinking straws at one of the musical crafts tables set up outside the Free Family Concert by the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra given Saturday morning, March 1, 2014.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Celebrate Maslenitsa Spring Festival at Hogan Family YMCA in Madison
Immerse yourselves in an Eastern Orthodox Lenten celebration, sample traditional foods, enjoy authentic regional folksongs and folkdances, and experience firsthand an insider's view of Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, and more at the Maslenitsa Spring Festival! It's a fun and tasty way to savor the richness and diversity of our collective ... (more)