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Madison County has 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and one death, according to the Georgia Department of Public Health April 9 noon report. There are 10,566 cases statewide, 379 deaths and 2,159 people hospitalized. There have been 41,085 COVID-19 tests conducted in Georgia. See the report at…
Madison County School Superintendent Michael Williams announced Thursday that lunch services will be expanded after spring break, starting April 13.
In what was a mere formality in the wake of Gov. Brian Kemp cancelling schools for the remainder of the year, the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) has cancelled the rest of its spring sports schedule.
As has been the case with sporting events across the board, the Southern Nationals have been cancelled due to safety concerns with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Madison County senior baseball player Colby Smith and his teammates initially heard about coronavirus, it didn’t set off many alarms.
Madison County went on a tear in the bottom of the sixth inning scoring four runs against Walnut Grove.
Latest Madison News
- Georgia Department of Health update
- Primary elections pushed back to June 9
- Madison Co. schools to expand lunch services April 13
- Policing in a pandemic: Madison Co. deputies navigating coronavirus crisis while carrying out duties
- Danielsville man charged with making threats while armed
- Madison County High School 'Teacher Appreciation' letters
- BOC CHAIRMAN: ‘The facts on DFACS’
- Madison Co. now has 10 confirmed COVID-19 cases
- Madison County Sheriff releases statement
- Two Hull men charged with felony burglary
- Hull men arrested after drunken shooting party
- School superintendent releases statement
- New report predicts Athens' COVID-19 hospitalizations could exceed capacity by end of April
- Coronavirus closure listing
- Madison Co. now has 7 confirmed COVID-19 cases
- Comer Elementary fifth grader offers help to The Gables
- Chairman anticipates gov't offices remaining closed through May
- A COVID-19 Q&A with Colbert Medlink
Georgia’s leading state and federal prosecutors have announced a new Coronavirus (COVID-19) Fraud Task Force aimed at better protecting the citizens of Georgia from criminal fraud arising from…
Madison County High School students recently wrote letters to let the community know about teachers they feel are special. Here is the first of three installments of MCHS appreciation letters:
Over a year ago, a Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued by the State Properties Commission (SPC) soliciting bids for a facility to be built in Madison County, Georgia for the Department of Fa…
This is a joint letter from 12 Georgia county leaders to Governor Brian Kemp:
I wish I could hug doctors, nurses, caretakers in nursing homes, paramedics, grocery store workers — or at least shake their hand. But that would deserve a proper punch to my nose today, would…
Many Americans, except those with young children, like my daughter Miranda, are experiencing a quiet and stillness in a normally loud and busy life.
Brody Janson, a fifth grader at Comer Elementary recently collected art supplies, candy and Bibles to give to the ladies and gentlemen at The Gables at Cobb Village.
The Madison County Chamber of Commerce is holding the “MC Proud Photo Contest.”
Austin Sipper is an actual rocket man and one of the most highly decorated military graduates of Madison County in the last decade.
The deadline for entries for a $1,000 merit scholarship competition (and second prize of $500) has been extended to April 30. High School seniors in Madison County planning to enroll in colleg…
Madison County’s Zharia Ware was named to the Dean’s List at the College of Coastal Georgia in Brunswick for the 2019 fall semester.
Twenty-two Madison County 4H’ers participated in the recent District Project Achievement in which 4H’ers choose a topic of interest and present a 10-to-12 minute speech on the subject.
Edna Mack will celebrate her 88th birthday, March 28. She lives in Colbert and is member of the Lighthouse Pentecostal Church. “Sis Edna has not missed a service she began attending Lighthouse March 1, 2015; she is greatly loved by her church family,” church leaders said.