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UPDATE: Friends mourn loss of couple, a mother of three and an Alabama man, killed in wreck in Chesterfield

Matthew E. Monse, 36, of Huntsville, Ala., and Carla F. Swift, 36, of the 8600 block of Turnerville Road in Chesterfield County, were fatally injured in a crash in the 23500 block of Hull Street Road at about 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

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Russellville to hold watermelon festival

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Are you ready for the watermelon madness? What better way to wind down the summer?

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#ihatecancer Cruise-In and Concert Sept. 2 in Winchester

Meet up with the Dukes of Hazzard stars, Tom Wopat and John Schneider who will arrive at 3 p.m. for a meet and greet. Enjoy music by JackWagon starting at 4:30 p.m. Wopat and Schneider will perform at 6 p.m. and 7 p.m., respectively.

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Huntsville Hospital plans to build multi-story bed tower

The Alabama Certificate of Need Review Board, has approved Huntsville's Hospital plan for a new multi-story bed tower.The $150 million West Bed Tower is being built to meet growing patient demand.The tower will be build along Gallatin Street starting in early 2019.According to officials with Huntsvi

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Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle disagrees with murder indictment of police officer, says $75,000 officer defense fund was his idea

Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle has been at the forefront of that support, calling Darby a valuable officer followingthe indictment, and last week leading the Huntsville City Council toagree to spend up to $75,000for Darby’s defense.

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Alzheimer’s caregivers support group begins

Family care partners of those living with Alzheimer’s disease in South Central Tennessee will have a new source of support, comfort and respite. The Alzheimer’s Tennessee “Food for Thought” Support Group begins Monday, Aug. 20, at noon and meets the third Monday of each month at the organization’s o

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One injured, one jailed in late-night Huntsville wreck

A man is behind bars and another in the hospital following a wreck on Drake Avenue.Shortly before midnight, Huntsville Police said they spotted a car speeding on Drake Ave. heading east. When officers reached the car, they found it had crashed and flipped onto the roof.

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Huntsville Housing Authority looks to move families throughout Madison County

She's relieved to hear the public housing complex might finally be demolished. Huntsville Housing Authority documents obtained by WAAY 31 say Sparkman Homes is not fit to live in, and it would cost a lot more money to fix than demolish. Boyd is excited to join more than 200 families with section 8 h

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Do you plan to attend a Tullahoma City Schools sporting event this fall?

Latest NewsMost PopularArticlesOnline PollDo you plan to attend a Tullahoma City Schools sporting event this fall?CalendarSocial Media Posts from Local Businesses.Click the F2F Banner for More Posts.StocksMarket Databy TradingView

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Police chase through three counties ends in two arrests

Lawrence County Sheriff Gene Mitchell said a joint drug investigation by agents with the Colbert County Drug Task Force and the Lawrence County Drug Task Force in Colbert County, ended with the arrest of 30-year-old Joshua Letson and 27-year-old Hailey Letson. By the time they were arrested, ten age

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Lincoln County High School receives $80,000 worth of equipment

Lincoln County High School students will learn new skills and work with modern technology after a steel company donated $80,000 worth of equipment. Darrin Simms never saw it coming."I don't know if I can put it into words, I mean they are giving us roughly $80,000 worth of stuff here," Simms said.

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Man testifies in Limestone murder trial he found cousin with 'big hole in his back'

Waddle, now 29, of Madison, is on trial this week in Limestone County Circuit Court for the stabbing death of Michael Peoples, 35, in August 2015. Peoples was taken to Athens-Limestone Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

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Huntsville police chase ends with driver crashing a car in a field

Huntsville Police say they’ve arrested a man after an overnight police chase.The chase took place along South Triana Boulevard and ended on A Cleaner Way just after one Thursday morning. Police told WAAY 31 A Cleaner Way is a dead end road, and the driver drove the car through a field where he event

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City’s new ‘soft approach’ getting good results

The City of Fayetteville is taking a softer approach to its citizens whose properties are in violation of maintenance regulations, thanks to the fresh ideas of two staffers, and according to officials, the new approach is getting good results.The employees, Kristi Gentry and Adriane Gay, took it upo

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City to correct firemen’s overtime pay issue

When the Fayetteville Board of Mayor and Aldermen meets this week, they are expected to take steps to correct overtime pay issues related to its firemen, issues that were brought to the board’s attention just ahead of their work session last week.“For several years, the city has been in violation of

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Madison Co. man pleads to drug trafficking charges

A Madison man known on the internet’s dark markets as OlympusXans, or OX, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to conspiracy to traffic drugs, including fentanyl, and to possessing firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking.

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North Alabama man pleads guilty to drug-trafficking conspiracy

A Madison man known on the dark web as OlympusXans, or OX, pled guilty Tuesday in federal court to conspiracy to traffic drugs and possessing firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking,

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Madison County Schools accepting principal applications

The Madison County School District isnow accepting applicationsfor a new principal at Hazel Green High School. This follows the resignation of the former principal, just one week into the new school year.According to the district website, the job was first posted Thursday, August 9th.

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Horses' beauty comes to life

As part of the 80th anniversary of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, the public is invited to view an exhibition of some of the outstanding work of the late Billie Nipper. The exhibition will be in the main office lobby of First Community Bank of Tennessee, 207 Elm St..

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Donated Chromebooks help THA students

A second donation managed by the Coffee County Lannom Memorial Library will help children of low-income families in Tullahoma Housing Authority (THA) improve their reading skills. THA received on Thursday several calculators, Chromebooks and books from library officials. Pictured are, from left, Ka

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