Fifty years ago, when Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon on July 20, 1969, a young man from Saks was glued to his television screen. Read the full story
Volunteers from World Changers, a religious non-profit organization, showed up to several local homes on Tuesday to assist with repairs. Read the full story
In 1975, a 15-year-old girl walked into a Birmingham abortion clinic, pregnant and afraid. She had been sexually involved with two older men at the time and didn’t know which was the father. The decision haunted her for 42 years, she said, before she found healing through a Bible study calle…
The large, ornate chandelier hanging from the ceiling in the nave at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jacksonville is original to the 163-year-old building, but the electricity is not.
If you had asked Pastor C.O. Grinstead, a native of Gary, Indiana, what he thought of Alabama about 65 years ago, he would have told you Alabamians were “hick all the way.”
Jan Davis, a former astronaut based in Huntsville, will be the special speaker at Anniston First United Methodist Church on Sunday at the 10:30 a.m. worship service.
Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith describes seven types of rest that humans need — physical, mental, spiritual, emotional, sensory, social and creative.
"The Sacred Art of Buddhism," a new exhibit opening May 10 at the Berman Museum in Anniston, illuminates the world’s fourth-largest religion.
A bill in the Alabama Legislature would provide a level of protection for people to use deadly force in self-defense or defense of others on church grounds in Talladega County, though some critics say the bill is unnecessary.
A fence is going up around the side yard of Dugger Mountain Music Hall in Piedmont. Children are playing in the yard. Construction materials are piled outside the south door. Many changes are underway.
Members of West Point Baptist Church hope to start rebuilding in May, after the March 19, 2018, tornado in Jacksonville crushed their building. The Rev. Ronnie Moore said the congregation has grown to about 150 members, in spite of having no permanent building.