Jacksonville city officials made several decisions Monday evening concerning the purchase of new equipment for the fire department.
Republican donors who are either cutting off contributions to lawmakers who voted against certification of the election results, or putting campaign spending on hold entirely, isn’t likely to significantly hurt the re-election chances of U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers.
Alabama's unemployment rate decreased to 3.9 percent in the last month of 2020 after hitting a decades-high of nearly 13 percent earlier in the year shocked by the coronavirus pandemic.
Parents, caregivers and teachers now have a one-stop online destination for an array of resources that can help build stronger families through the remainder of the pandemic and beyond.
The Cleburne County Hospital Board unanimously passed a measure Tuesday to give certified nursing assistants at the Cleburne County Nursing Home an extra $1 per hour for perfect attendance.
Sen. Arthur Orr, R-Decatur, this week pre-filed legislation to give businesses and other groups liability protection from civil lawsuits related to COVID-19, and is expected to be a priority when Alabama lawmakers convene their 2021 session next month.
People age 75 and older can still call the state vaccine hotline and be put on a waiting list for a shot. People on the list can expect an appointment in February at the earliest.
Police from various local agencies arrested a man Monday morning after an alleged homicide, kidnapping and police chase that ended near the intersection of U.S. 431 and Alabama 21, Calhoun County Sheriff Matthew Wade said.
The City of Heflin is spending more money than it is bringing in, and new mayor Robby Brown is taking a pragmatic approach to improve the city’s bottom line.
Alternative Baseball Organization, a league based in Georgia specifically for those with autism, wants to bring Calhoun and Cleburne county into the league.
As of Tuesday, there are 896 confirmed cases of the virus and 71 probable cases in Cleburne County, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
HEARTS of Cleburne received a $7,500 grant from the Alabama Power foundation to fund internet connectivity for students along with providing computers for three needy families.
Regional Medical Center in Anniston is beginning to postpone some elective procedures to free resources to deal with an influx of coronavirus patents, one of the hospital’s doctors said in a Wednesday press conference.
Local charities say they’ve overcome setbacks recently, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Tropical Storm Zeta, but they still plan to serve Thanksgiving dinner next week.
Cheaha State Park is closed for at least two days after storms downed more than 150 trees at the park Thursday. Many of the downed trees were blocking park roads, some power lines were down and power was out parkwide, superintendent Renee Raney said via email Thursday afternoon.
The City Council will hear its final public comments about what to do with a Confederate monument on Public Square on Aug. 24, the date of its next meeting, before making a final decision on its fate.
Jacksonville City Council President Sandra Sudduth has decided to not run for re-election, a move which will end her 30 years in office in the seat once held by her father.
The USDA is working with the East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission to provide boxes of food for those in need in Jacksonville on July 9 and Ranburne on July 21.