In the age of the coronavirus, it is not only people’s physical health at risk, but their mental health as well.
Y’allywood returns to Madison this week with a film production setting up shop at the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center.
The Madison City Council unanimously approved a face mask mandate ordinance during a special called meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 19.
Masks are now mandatory in public buildings in the city of Madison. The Madison Mayor and City Council met Wednesday morning, Aug. 19 to discuss and vote on the citywide mask mandate.
The City of Madison is down three police officers, on top of recently having two officers out with COVID-19.
Both the City of Madison and Morgan County adopted the rollback millage rates this week.
As storefronts dwindle, more downtown living opportunities may soon be coming to Madison. The Madison Mayor and City Council unanimously passed a text amendment designed to protect Madison’s commercial retail stores and historic buildings while allowing residential units to be developed inside those buildings.
Nationally, masks have become the latest symbol in the ongoing culture wars, but in Madison, the Mayor and City Council are determined to lead the public by example in wearing masks as a public safety measure in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.
Madison Mayor Fred Perriman was forced to cast a vote to break the tie between a split city council over a Bed and Breakfast text amendment.
A Confederate monument erected in Madison’s Hill Park has sparked controversy, prompting the City of Madison to form a special committee comprised of “diverse opinions” to help decide what should be done.