Jacksonville State University is set to offer a new program this fall for teachers who want to better use the latest technology in their classrooms.
After four months of repairs following a large sinkhole, the Chief Ladiga Trail at the Jacksonville and Weaver line was reopened Friday morning with a ribbon cutting.
Like many of her Jacksonville neighbors, Daisy Stanley learned last week that a gunman killed 49 people in an Orlando nightclub. To Stanley, a mother, the idea of losing a child in such a tragedy is unthinkable.
Officials with the McClellan Development Authority said Wednesday that work on a long-planned new road in the former fort could begin in December.
Mark Jones, president of the council, told his fellow members Saturday via email that he would resign after serving nearly eight years.
Jacksonville State University officials plan to hold a memorial Wednesday at 3 for those killed by a gunman in an Orlando nightclub last week.
The Alabama Hospital Association has re-elected Joe Weaver, CEO of RMC Jacksonville, to serve on its board. Weaver was chosen at the association’s recent annual meeting.
This year’s Iron Mountain Challenge cycling event is June 25 and starts at the Aquatics and Fitness Center at McClellan at 7:30 a.m. All of the money raised will benefit outreach and educational programs at the Anniston Museum of Natural History.
Following a policy reversal at Louisiana State University, the Jacksonville State University Marching Southerners might make the trip to Baton Rouge, pending a decision from JSU, band director Kenneth Bodiford said Thursday.
Bill Singleton was approved by the Jacksonville Board of Education during a meeting Monday night. Singleton was approved with a 5-1 vote, with the only nay coming from board member Kelley Pearce.
The Jacksonville City Council told the mayor and city staff to start setting up a grant program for building facade upgrades on the city square that it could approve later. The goal is to help owners improve the look of the historic buildings.
Jacksonville State University’s Marching Southerners won’t travel with the Gamecocks to Baton Rouge in September to face Louisiana State University’s Tigers, band director Kenneth Bodiford said Friday, because of a policy change at the university.