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Adam Daniels, 17, a senior at Elkins High School, is leading the charge to rejuvenate Japton Community Park, an area of former civic pride that has fallen into disrepair over the years.

The Huntsville City Council met in a lengthy regular session Monday night to discuss a wide-ranging agenda. The council tabled a few items, including a decision on proposals entered to purchase the city’s industrial park site, and proposals submitted by local banks pursuant to a $580,000 line of credit sought by Mayor Travis Dotson.

Children at Huntsville Intermediate School use safety glasses in a variety of holders — some of them attached to wearable paper plates — to witness the Great American Eclipse as it moved across Madison County on Monday, April 8, at approximately 1:30 p.m.

Students at Huntsville Intermediate School enjoy viewing the solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024.

In March, the Madison County Library celebrated Fiber Arts with a large exhibit of various local fiber art pieces

A Fayetteville man died on Monday, April 1, in a one-vehicle accident on Highway 412 near Lake Hindsville.

The following felony cases were resolved in Madison County Circuit Court during the month of March.

The following violations were found at local businesses by the Arkansas Department of Health during the month of March.

Huntsville Street Department Superintendent Scott Phillips said the city has been working to repair potholes in streets over the past week, mostly due to water line leaks.

The Second Annual Broadband County Road Show came to Huntsville last week for a meeting at the Arvest Annex Building.

A Huntsville couple plans to create after-school opportunities for kids and more activities for local families via Huntsville Summit, which will sponsor a concert at the AT and Georgia Mae Smith Activity on Saturday, April 6.

Blake Canion, a junior at Huntsville High School, in blue shirt, speaks to a judge at the Cruzin’ for Champions Car Show held Saturday, March 30 at the AT & Georgia Mae Smith Activity Center.

Huntsville’s 1-cent sales tax will expire on June 30, said Mayor Travis Dotson. “Everything that tax was intended to do has been accomplished,” he said.

Huntsville High School SkillsUSA held its Cruzin’ for Champions Auto Show on Saturday, March 30, at the AT & Georgia Mae Smith Activity Center.

After 45 years as the office manager for Madison County Rural Water — and with her retirement set for March 28 — Patti Cline said she’s sure she’ll eventually get around to shedding a tear.

The regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Madison County Water Facilities Board was held on Tuesday, March 12, at  water office. 

The Huntsville Water Commission heard an update from Zane Lewis of McClelland Engineers, Inc., last week on the wastewater treatment plant expansion project and heard that an audit of the utility is underway.

After wearing “a lot of hats” in his career as a construction industry leader in the United States and Canada, Dennis Donahou, of Combs, former District Vice President of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) Southern District, is enjoying his retirement.

Huntsville and Madison County residents no longer have to travel to Lowell for their driver examination testing. Troop L of the Arkansas State Police has opened a new testing site at the Carroll Electric Building in the Community Room at the east entrance.

City leaders attended a meeting at the Arvest Bank Annex Monday night to discuss the Huntsville Strategic Plan, a process that began on March 4 in answer to an online survey conducted by the City of Huntsville to find out areas citizens think need most improvement.

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