TUSCUMBIA — The University of North Alabama now has a presence in downtown with the opening of the new multipurpose center located on Sixth Street.
SHEFFIELD — City school board members have approved a one-time holiday bonus for full-time personnel after Superintendent Keith Davis gave them an update this week on how educators have met the challenges forced upon them by the pandemic.
FLORENCE — The fall commencement for the University of North Alabama will include six ceremonies and again follow safety procedures that were implemented during the spring-summer commencement.
FLORENCE — In its 46th year of collections for the local Salvation Army, the TimesDaily-sponsored Empty Table Fund has evolved in its mission and expanded its reach.
TUSCUMBIA — Colbert Schools Superintendent Gale Satchel said she intends to stand by her decision to dismiss in-person classes and extracurricular activities throughout the district until Jan.5, when students return from the Christmas break.
MUSCLE SHOALS — There's soon to be a new principal at the Muscle Shoals Career Academy, although he's been on the education scene in Muscle Shoals the past five years as assistant principal at the high school.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Muscle Shoals High School is closed to in-person learning until Nov. 30, while fourth graders at McBride Elementary School are also out for this week due to COVID-19 concerns, according to Superintendent Chad Holden.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Muscle Shoals High School students will transition to remote learning this week, beginning Tuesday, and return to in-person learning Nov. 30, according to Superintendent Chad Holden.
TUSCUMBIA — When Chris Hand takes the reins as Colbert County Schools superintendent Jan. 1, he says he'll bring with him the same attitude he's had throughout his career: To make decisions that move the school system forward.
All schools in the Colbert County system will go virtual beginning Monday through the remainder of the semester, according to Superintendent Gale Satchel.
FLORENCE — The Stardust Club-sponsored 5K color run recently raised $8,100 for the Florence High School's Special Education Department and to provide scholarships for members of the club.