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Madison named 'The Best Place to Live in Alabama'

According to the Chamber of Commerce, Madison is the fastest growing city in Alabama, but it still maintains a small-town, southern charm. That appeal is rooted in its quaint downtown and historic homes. It feeds on its business and tech sector while ...

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A new study shows Madison is the best place to live in Alabama. Posted: Dec21, 2017 8:49 PM Updated: Dec21, 2017 8:53 PM Posted By: Dan Shaffer When I moved to north Alabama a few months ago, I knew right away this was a special placeThe Tennessee Valley has so much to offerSo many interesting places to experienceAnd so many great communities in which to live Scroll for more content...

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