Learn more about The Eleutherian College, an institution founded in 1848 to educate students of all races and genders.
Habitat for Humanity presented a beautiful new home for the Lock family after months of hard work from Habitat for Humanity,First Christian Church, as well as many volunteers.
On February 24th, Madison's Mayor Bob Courtney held the State the City Address to reflect on 2021. For the Full Video: https://youtu.be/eFX8xPlNXAE
Celebrate Black History Month by taking a tour with us through the historical Georgetown Neighborhood and learn about Madison's part in the Underground Railroad.
The Madison Parks Department announced that they are removing the $20 annual fee for the Riverfront Dog park, reimbursements are to come to those who have paid for 2022.
With all Counties red in both Indiana and Kentucky, we talked with the Jefferson County Health Department to get an update on the novel COVID-19 Virus
Madison City Council learned more about downtown parking after a study was done showing weekend usage and popular parking locations. The study provided several solutions to more efficient usage of our parking spots and local parking lots
In honor of Human Trafficking Awareness month, Madison City Council Recognized the Jefferson County team running the successful “Operation Predator Net’ where 22 individuals have been arrested for child solicitation and other like crimes