There are dozens of volunteer firefighters who sacrifice their time, talents and energy to help people in need in Madison County. Madison County Commissioners wanted to shine a light on the heroic actions and also bring awareness that there is a shortage of volunteer firefighters.
This year has made the need for more speed especially critical, as many people are now living their entire lives — from work to school to play — within their homes homes, creating unprecedented demand for internet capacity.
Putting the public in the shoes of law enforcement to see how they would react in dangerous situations. Huntsville Police Department leaders put together a class on Tuesday to give the public a glimpse of what they go through, and the training they use in scary situations.
Packing the stands while not wearing masks. We’ve had several calls from concerned parents after weeks of high school football games with crowded stands. Primary complaints include a lack of social distancing, and a lack of mask wearing.
A notification to report for jury duty in Madison County could soon be coming your way. Judge Ruth Ann Hall said the Madison County Courthouse is resuming their jury trials October 19th, but in a smaller scale than normal.
A man seen pulling at his handgun and threatening protesters remains behind bars Monday evening. Scott Christopher Davis was arrested on charges of public intoxication and possession of a firearm at a demonstration.
Containing the germs in a box. A local company is making a product to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in schools by using something they’re calling learning cubicles. These cubicles are individualized for every student with shields all around to protect others from germs.
The League of Women Voters of the Tennessee Valley is hosting a series of voter drives designed to engage the community in registering to vote and applying for absentee ballots now through the general election.