City crews will dig up and replace a broken major water valve on Dec. 4, 2012 at the intersection of Marion Street and Crane Avenue. The city anticipates low water pressure in several areas, to include: Parts of Parramore, Orange, Meeting and Crane avenues, Marion Street, and North Florida Community College.
Archive for November 2012
By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. Farm-City Week was celebrated with a dinner at the Farm Bureau office on Tuesday evening, Nov. 20. The Farm City dinner began with Madison Mayor Jim Stanley signing the proclamation recognizing Farm City Week. Read more
By Kristin Finney Greene Publishing, Inc. Becky’s Dance Steps Studio’s competition team attended Dance Makers, Inc.’s regional convention and competition in Mobile, Ala. The competition was held Nov. 9 -11 at the Renaissance Riverview Plaza Hotel and Convention Center. There were 19 students in total that attended the competition ranging in age from 3-19 years
By Jacob Bembry Greene Publishing, Inc. A 19-year-old has a lot to be thankful for after surviving a rollover on Interstate 10 on Monday, Nov. 19. According to a Florida Highway Patrol report, Almeta Powers, of Jacksonville, was traveling west on I-10 in the left travel lane, approaching mile marker 253. Read more
By Lynette Norris Greene Publishing, Inc. Newly elected School Superintendent Doug Brown presided over the Madison County School Board’s annual organizational meeting Nov. 20, where the board members chose Bart Alford to serve as chair for the coming year, and Fain Poppell to serve as vice chair. The board also tapped newly elected member Karen