Alabama farmers are looking at this summer’s unusually heavy rains as both a blessing and a curse.
The city of Childersburg, which has long prided itself on its rich history, has taken initial steps to enshrine some of that history in a museum.
According to Business Development Manager Greg Raines, a 3D archery course and a wobbly trap course held soft openings Wednesday, and are expected to have hard openings sometime in September.
In light of concerns about a rebounding COVID-19, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind President Dr. John Mascia is directing all staff and most students to be masked during the first two weeks of the coming school year.
Central Alabama Crime Stoppers is offering rewards of $1,000 each for information leading to the identification or arrest in two unrelated homicides in southern Talladega County, according to a pair of news releases issued Wednesday.
Superintendent Dr. James Martin said the purpose of the report is to give an overview of the year for the school including financial information, accomplishments and finished or ongoing capital projects.
Any movement between the U.S. and its neighbors will be limited to “essential travel” only until Aug. 21, the Department of Homeland Security said.
The one-year drop was the largest since 1943, amid the rising casualties of World War II, according to the National Center for Health Statistics.
The delta variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, has been making headlines as it has quickly become the most prevalent strain in America.
Three COVID-19 vaccines have been widely available in Alabama for months now, yet the state is last in the nation in vaccination rate, with only 33.7 percent of the population fully vaccinated.
As the Senate hurtles toward what is expected to be an unsuccessful procedural vote on a mostly unwritten infrastructure measure, bipartisan negotiators are narrowing down ways to pay for it.
Talladega College and several corporate sponsors will host the first Dream Classic Academy for women athletes from Oct. 22-24, according to a news release issued Tuesday.
The Talladega County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting into an occupied residence in the Mill Village just outside of Sylacauga, according to an incident and offense report.
Law enforcement in Talladega County responded to four different reports of auto theft in the last several days, with no apparent relation between the incidents.