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4 injured in Madison County wreck after hitting utility pole

Four people, including two children were hurt in a wreck in Madison County on Saturday afternoon, according to HEMSI Spokesperson Don Webster. It happened just after one on Old Highway 431 South between New Hope and Owens Cross Roads near Carpenter Rd. Owens Cross Roads Police say a pickup truck...
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One person airlifted, three others injured in Madison County Crash

MADISON Co., Ala. (WAFF) - A crash between New Hope and Owens Cross Roads left four people injured including two children. According to Don Webster with Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, one of the passengers was airlifted to a nearby hospital for treatment. Webster said the crash occurred around 1:11 p.m....
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Birmingham, Huntsville areas seeing spikes in COVID again

As COVID-19 numbers rise across Alabama, the state’s largest cities are leading the way. A handful of counties in the Birmingham and Huntsville areas are seeing significant upticks in daily virus cases and positivity rate, according to data from the Alabama Department of Public Health. That includes two of the largest counties in the state.
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Bonnie Howard, Madison Elementary’s ‘Teacher of the Year,’ promotes collaboration

MADISON – At Madison Elementary School, Bonnie Howard strives to make the Library Media Center an extension of the classroom. Howard is 2022 “Teacher of the Year.”. “Prior to becoming an educator, I was a Public Health Environmentalist for Madison County Department of Public Health. Madison Elementary School has been my home as an educator since 2012,” Howard said.
MADISON, AL

Paws for Mental Health

CULLMAN, Ala. – Cullman and Madison County-based mental health service Wellstone is celebrating Mental Health Month, and the organization is calling on our animal friends to help. On Sunday, May 22, 2022, “Paws for Mental Health” at Heritage Park’s dog park will feature cutest dog and costume contests, as well as a parade around the park. Wellstone CEO Chris Van Dyke hopes that the event will make people’s day better by interacting with their pets and with other like-minded folks. “We want this event to encourage people to take care of their mental health and this year we are highlighting the...
CULLMAN, AL
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