In these disparate environments — cockpits and hospitals and IT workgroups — the right behaviors did not evolve naturally. Nurses weren't “naturally” given enough space to work without distraction, and programmers weren't “naturally” left alone to focus on coding. Instead, leaders had to res…
With summer not far away, plans are being made for that family trip. A successful trip takes planning. Moreover, a successful trip also requires some way to keep up with all the details.
You may not give your shoulders much thought until a stiff, aching joint makes activities like carrying groceries or buckling a child into a car seat nearly impossible.
Sheree Jackson’s third-grade class has made it their year long project to deal with a problem in their community, namely hunger. The class has spent the school year working on food pantries to put outside each elementary school.
“After high school, I couldn’t really make up my mind about what I wanted to do,” Sandy Carden said. “I decided to stay there until I figured it out. It turned out to be a job I really love.”
Citizens Baptist Medical Center hosted an appreciation lunch Wednesday to thank the sacrifices and service of first responders and live-saving partners during National EMS Services Week.
Many of us are looking forward to a summer that includes travel. But with travel also comes handling a backlog afterward. I received a question from a reader asking about the problem of drowning in email after returning from travel. She writes as follows:
SYLACAUGA — AltaPointe Health will host a “Stepping Up for Mental Health” event Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Blue Bell Park in Sylacauga.
No matter what we want, in order to "make it," we mainly need to have faith, go to school, give it time, work towards our dream/what we want and not resort to "poor mouthing" and "pocket counting!"
A reader had this to say about the to-do list that keeps getting longer: "My biggest challenge is that I make lists but then often don't get through the daily list. So tasks just accumulate and the backlog gets longer and longer. It's not that my daily list is too long. The problem is I don'…
My friend Wayne was a pastor in Montgomery. We visited one day, and he was excited to tell me about something he’d recently discovered. “Air Supply is the greatest music I’ve ever heard!” he said.
Twenty-one-year-old Alexandria Foy doesn’t have to think long to find the memory that best illustrates the impact her mother, Anita Foy, has on her life.
Lincoln residents Amber Palmore, 34, and her husband Don, 33, recently adopted three children they have been fostering for the last two years.
The Sylacauga Alliance for Family Enhancement's Southern Dance and Performing Arts Company will host a production of "Little Women" in July.
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church of the Stockdale community in Munford is celebrating the second pastoral anniversary of Pastor Cortney and Elect Lady Jaleesa Keith on May 16 at 2 p.m.
You send an email, but a few days later, haven't received a response. You also don't get a response to the second email, or the third. Finally, you pick up the phone.
Vestiges of the past offer important insights into a community's past, if you know where to look. Just remember to respect them.