Foggy weather conditions and driver inattention caused several accidents involving multiple vehicles on Alabama highways 77 and 144 to occur Saturday night, according to officials. Read the full storyDense highway fog contributes to crashes near Ohatchee
Mark Gidley, Alabama District 29’s new Republican state representative, says he thinks a second swearing-in ceremony is needed for anyone who represents parts of two counties.
The Calhoun County school system is operating on a balanced budget, but a falling student population is a crucial factor planners will need to remember down the line.
After 28 years in public office, Calhoun County Commissioner J. D. Hess might be expected to be immune to surprises, but that proved not the case Thursday.
Calhoun County Commissioner Lee Patterson was elected as vice president of the Association of County Commissioners of Alabama at its annual convention in August.
Despite the amount of rain that caused problems in Cherokee County during the weekend, experts don’t expect a flooding risk for residents living along the Coosa River downstream of Weiss Lake.
Mistakes made by the Etowah County Board of Registrars caused a cascade of problems in the May 24 primary election for three districts in Calhoun and Etowah counties, election officials said.
Earlier today, officials from the Alabama Republican Party, led by its party chairman, John Wahl, met to resolve several election challenges from the primary election May 24.
Volunteers with the well-known builders’ group Carpenters For Christ began work Saturday to dry-in the replacement for the 149-year-old building that was flattened by a tornado March 25, 2021.
OXFORD — The Oxford High School Greenpower Team brought home its second consecutive national championship after competing with other teams from across the country at finals held at Talladega Superspeedway.
The fifth annual Alabama Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony was held Friday morning at Anniston’s Centennial Memorial Park, just hours after seven more names had been inscribed on the park’s black marble wall of honor.
On Saturday morning, dozens of attendees stood near a newly placed monument at the Janney Furnace where guests and reenactors remembered Maj. John Pelham.
One year after an EF-3 tornado touched down in northern Calhoun County, claiming six lives, residents continue to rebuild and put their lives back together after the harrowing experience.
Instead of a ticket on a traffic stop, Ohatchee police will give out gift cards good at local businesses in an effort to boost community trust.