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.
A Jacksonville Fire Department pumper truck will be refurbished now that the city has received a bid and approved a resolution to pay $148,611.04 for the work.
After rain closed roads and delayed school across Northeast Alabama on Monday, forecasters say storms coming later this week could flood the area again.
Jacksonville State University's respiratory therapy program celebrated the opening of its new instructional facility inside the former Jacksonville Hospital on Friday. Attendees saw the new instructional lab, classrooms, lounges and offices lining the second-floor wing that used to be the hospital’s nursery.
Saturday is likely to bring severe storms to a wide swath of Alabama including Calhoun, Talladega and surrounding counties, the National Weather Service announced Tuesday.
AUBURN — Jack Hayes is a state-final most valuable player as a freshman, three years after older brother Taylor did the same in the same stadium.
Hundreds of people dressed in purple walked a mile and back Sunday afternoon along the Chief Ladiga Trail in Jacksonville to shed light on Alzheimer’s disease, one of the nation’s leading causes of death, and to raise money for a cure.
A new free food pantry in Piedmont only has two simple rules: “If you got it, leave it. If you need it, take it,” said Piedmont resident Danny Freeman, who helped establish the pantry.
“You can be 18 and own a handgun, but you can’t buy cigarettes until you’re 19, and you can’t drink until you’re 21. Which is more dangerous? I just want them to put the guns down.”
Alabama's unemployment rate was 3.7 percent in May, according to the Labor Department, down from 4.1 percent in May 2018. An estimated 2.15 million people were working in Alabama in May, an increase of more than 40,000 from the same month the year before.
The Jacksonville Civil Service Board said Monday it was in adherence with its policies when it concluded last year that the city’s new police chief met the minimum qualifications for the job, refuting claims made by the passed-over assistant chief.
The Alabama Department of Education on Friday released its latest list of schools deemed as "failing" under the Alabama Accountability Act, and no schools in the Consolidated Publishing coverage area were on it.
On Sun., Oct. 7, Panama City resident Stacey VanDyke was in Hollywood, Calif., after placing in the top 10 of the Ms. Veteran America competition. Excited about her success and the money raised for female veterans in need, she – and her family and friends with her -- flew toward home but was stopped at the airport in Nashville, Tenn. It was there that she learned they could not fly home. The family decided to rent a car and drive to Birmingham where they have family members.
After finding a hotel, the family learned from her father-in-law in Panama City that their had house no water or power.
Gary McCurdy is the go-to preacher for Thompson Funeral Home of Piedmont. Owners Jim and Tammy Thompson refer those without a preacher to McCurdy, a minister at the Lebanon Church of Christ at Knighton’s Crossroads on County Road 6, just north of Piedmont.
Director of Jacksonville State University’s Environmental Policy and Information Center (EPIC,) Pete Conroy addressed members of the Jacksonville Exchange Club Thursday to discuss his work with the university and Longleaf Studios in Jacksonville.
This season, when the stadium lights at Alexandria High School stadium shine down on the football team, Ethan Turner will be on the field with a smile. He has spent the last three years on the sidelines of the sport he loves because he had leukemia, which is now in remission.
The city of Piedmont has come together in full force to support one of their beloved police officers. Kevin Blue, 51, of Alexandria, was recently diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain cancer.
The family of the late Col. Joel Denney laid him to rest among many of the nation’s finest members of the military, those buried at Arlington Cemetery in Washington, D.C.
Dozens of students and teachers of Eastwood High School gathered in Jacksonville to commemorate the school on the 50th year of its closing and desegregation in the city's schools.
Jacksonville’s two-year-old elementary school has almost run out of room for students, but a former official says the plan was always to build more classrooms to meet enrollment growth.