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Teachers and other staff members at the Talladega City Schools assembled for their first in-service Friday with Superintendent Quentin Lee, preparing to follow up on one of the most unusual school years in memory.
Limited paving work could begin in August or September on Cheaha Road — a narrow, winding lane near Cheaha State Park — a lawmaker said Friday. But a bigger problem with the road remains.
With primary elections less than a year away, many state lawmakers are deciding whether or not to run again in 2022.
An Alabama statute requiring chemical castration for certain convicted child sex offenders has not been used after being passed two years ago.
Rumors have been swirling around Talladega County and Montgomery concerning a plan to move some $9 million from a fund to build a bridge that will apparently never be built and transfer it to Coosa Valley Medical Center in Sylacauga.
Voters in Talladega County heading to the polls to vote for president and Congress next month will also be considering eight constitutional amendments and, in some parts of the county, a referendum on Sunday alcohol sales.
The projects were recommended by the county’s Economic Development Authority using money from the countywide 2 cent sales and use tax.
Johnson, a Republican from Sylacauga, was serving his 11th term in the House. His district included parts of Talladega, Coosa and Clay counties.
The current literacy law also has “good cause” exemptions that allow students to move on without reaching the grade-level benchmarks, including students who have already been held back twice, students with disabilities, and English language learners.