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Classes are set to start at Jacksonville State University in two weeks, but some students have found the reentry plan the school will use for mandatory COVID-19 testing to be confusing.
Students walked the stage and received diplomas at Jacksonville State University Friday, with two more commencement ceremonies set for Saturday that had been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jacksonville State University President Don Killingsworth has tested negative for COVID-19, he announced Monday morning, only days after announcing he had tested positive for the virus.
What those lawmakers didn’t anticipate was that the law’s loopholes and the attorney general’s office would essentially make it a heavy nuisance instead of an ironclad deterrent.
Jacksonville State University presented its fall reopening plans to the Board of Trustees on Tuesday, plans that will see students get much of their instruction online, regardless of what university officials decide on Aug. 1 about how to start the fall semester.
Some Jacksonville residents have organized to have the Confederate monument at the center of the city's Public Square removed. One of them asked the City Council recently: “Does this monument in 2020 represent the diversity, the neighborliness and the kindness of Jacksonville?”
Regional Medical Center’s chief executive Monday urged the Jacksonville City Council to consider an ordinance requiring masks to be worn in public to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and a majority of the council seemed open to the idea.
There’s a real shortage of sugar in the region, so bona fide housewives and cooks would appreciate it if the bootleggers would please stop diverting what there is to their own purposes.
The Alabama Department of Education gave Jacksonville the OK to build a high school on a particular site in 1995, at which time it became Jacksonville's problem -- how to pay for it.
One of Alabama's leading newspapermen didn't even get started in the business until his early 40s -- and then he put a whole other lifetime into the endeavor. Phil Sanguinetti died Thursday at age 100.
Jacksonville city Administrator Albertha Grant is worried for the city’s economy if COVID-19 disrupts its No. 1 industry: educating college students.