City Councilors have voted 5-0 for a plan to redevelop the City Market. Kathy Galvin (pictured) and her fellow councilors have chosen the Market Plaza concept which was submitted by developer Keith Woodard. Galvin says it can meet a lot of the downtown area’s needs. The Market Plaza team was selected over three rivals. The city staff can now start to negotiate contracts for the project.
One Love Foundation's first annual Giving Day raised more than $118,000.
A Madison County man is accused of shooting another man last month.
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An organization that promotes golf and sportsmanship values for young people is returning to the area.