Madison McNamee, NBC29

Madison McNamee


Contact Madison

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • NBC29

Past articles by Madison:

Almost half of Charlottesville will be voting in different precincts this year

Tonsler Park and Alumni Hall will no longer be polling places, and Jackson-Via Elementary and Charlottesville High School will replace them. This change ended up shifting people in other precincts as well. → Read More

Albemarle holding pop-up events to hear from community

Albemarle County is making sure every voice is heard in the next Comprehensive Plan. → Read More

Blue Ridge Area Food Bank School Food Drive underway

The food drive is a student-led effort taking place in 31 participating schools across central Virginia. → Read More

Sen. Kaine and Sen. Warner cosponsoring bill to improve transparency of political spending

Senator Tim Kaine (D) says he wants to strengthen campaign finance laws and improve the transparency of political spending, and to do this he is cosponsoring the “Disclose Act” alongside Senator Mark Warner (D). → Read More

Developer interested in building dozens of new homes in Scottsville

Southern Development Homes proposed a plan for 45 homes on 150 acres for Scottsville. → Read More

More affordable housing units may be coming to Southwood project

Southwood’s affordable housing project is moving fast, and more units could be coming to the Albemarle County site. → Read More

UVA Health: RSV vaccine for infants could be ready by summer

Dr. Sifri says the vaccine would be given to pregnant mothers so that the antibodies are passed onto the child, protecting them up until six months of age. → Read More

Woodbrook Elementary holds 10th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Award Ceremony

Albemarle County Public Schools is honoring some its younger leaders. → Read More

Charlottesville City Schools conducting community survey to plan for the next 5 years

The plan helps the school set division set priorities and make decisions, which is why CCS wants to make sure as many people as possible are involved with it as possible. → Read More

Monticello High School hosting ninth annual Winter Songs Concert

Nine different ensembles from various middle and high schools in the area are joining together for the cause. → Read More

Hundreds of teddy bears donated to UVA Children’s Hospital

Hundreds of teddy bears are heading to patients at UVA Children’s Hospital. Dairy Queen of Harrisonburg and JMU Athletics partnered to make this happen. → Read More

Son of a Tuskegee Airman shares history with Louisa County Middle School students

Louisa County Public Schools is celebrating Black History Month with the help of a special guest. → Read More

Del. Hudson hopeful Gov. Youngkin signs Affordable Energy Act

Legislation heading to Governor Glenn Youngkin’s desk could help lower your energy bills. → Read More

Charlottesville pediatrician urging families to update info ahead of Medicaid changes

A policy that guaranteed continued Medicaid coverage in Virginia during the coronavirus pandemic is ending. → Read More

UVA Medical Center CEO Horton among ‘Top 25 Women Leaders in Healthcare’

University of Virginia Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Wendy Horton is earning some high honors. → Read More

UVA Health increasing EMS training opportunities in rural areas

UVA Health and its partners are increasing EMS and stroke education opportunities, with an emphasis on rural areas in the Commonwealth. → Read More

The University of Virginia honors its innovator of the year

The University of Virginia is honoring its Innovator of the Year. The award recognizes someone whose work is making a major impact on society. → Read More

Loaves and Fishes, Service Dogs of Virginia receiving donation from Signature Medical Spa

Over the past 12 years, Signature Medical Spa has donated more than $100,000 to Service Dogs of Virginia through its annual February fundraiser. → Read More

Albemarle County Public Schools outlines 2023 budget proposal

A big budget proposal is on the table for Albemarle County Public Schools. It has not yet revealed how big, but it says it knows exactly how it wants to spend the mone → Read More

Albemarle County Public Schools hosting equity and opportunities fair Feb. 18

Albemarle County Public Schools is hosting its first equity and opportunities fair Saturday, February 18. → Read More