Town & Country
Florist will be moving from its location at the corner of Main Street
and Broadway to 207 E. Main St. Owners Bud and Mindy Thevenow have
purchased the building that formerly was home to the Madison Nut &
The Barbershop, owned by Aimee Lynch, will be moving from its 601 W. Main St. location, to 602 W. Main St.
Only on the job a
week, Mark Mellang is still adjusting to his new surroundings. But, as
the new director of the Jefferson County Public Library, he’s eager to
guide the program into a new age.
Demolition crews were at work Thursday at the Madison Plaza tearing down walls and salvaging metal. The former Madison Plaza and vacant Hardee’s restaurant are being torn down. Workers have discovered some asbestos, but city building inspector Mark Johnson said that will not slow the demolition.
Southwestern Middle School principal Trevor Jones is the school district’s new superintendent. He was hired Tuesday night at the Southwestern School Board meeting.
A Madison Police
Department patrolman who superiors say goes above and beyond to serve
the community has been chosen as the “Officer of the Quarter” for 2015.
How Gary Chapman’s wooden bowls made their way across the globe to China was something of a surprise to the Madison artist.
Rotary Lift is celebrating its local ties by profiling employees in the company’s new “Raised in Madison” videos. The company, one of nine brands under the Vehicle Service Group umbrella, is celebrating 90 years of business.
The American College of Health Care Administrators has chosen Christi Risk as a 2015 recipient of the ACHCA Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award.
The Madison Main Street Program has been designated as an accredited National Main Street Program for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Main Street Center, a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The day was full of surprises for Amy Perkins on Tuesday as River Valley Financial Bank came to Ryker’s Ridge Elementary School to present her with the Crystal Apple Award. The principal, superintendent, students and staff were on hand to see Perkins receive the award.
The Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility opened its doors to students’ family members in its first open house.
Scoops Ice Cream Shoppe, owned by Tony and Laura Ratcliff, has reopened after closing for a short time in response to product recalls from Blue Bell Creameries.
As part of the local celebration of National Tourism Week, several area
people working in hospitality-related businesses were honored Wednesday
by Visit Madison.