FLORENCE — The path along Pine Street at the University of North Alabama is clearer these days.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Shoals residents will have two opportunities Thursday to view local highway improvement plans that are projected for the next 25 years.
SHEFFIELD — Shoals-area dignitaries and other community leaders got a first-hand look Tuesday at the facility that's being transformed into the new Rescue Me Project mega-center.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Two Colbert County mayors are leaving the two authorities that manage solid waste and recycling issues in Colbert County, opening the door for the new mayors of Muscle Shoals and Sheffield to take their places.
MUSCLE SHOALS — The practical nursing program at Northwest-Shoals Community College has been granted accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
FLORENCE — Billy Hammock said he would take his extensive business and civic background with him if elected Lauderdale County's revenue commissioner.
TUSCUMBIA — County Engineer Jeremy Robison will ask the county commission for approval to demolish the old County Road Department building during today's commission meeting.
SHEFFIELD — For 23 of his 41 years with the Sheffield Fire Department, Matt Mothershed has held the position of captain, having worked through the ranks and holding every position but one.
Students at Colbert County High School will not be at school for the next 14 days, beginning Wednesday, due to 8 faculty members either testing positive for COVID-19, or being exposed to the virus.
City and county governments in the Shoals are submitting applications through a state grant program that will provide up to $250,000 for an assortment of highway improvement projects.
FLORENCE — Students and staff at the University of North Alabama participated in the Clothesline Project Monday, a national program that brings attention to domestic violence/sexual assault.
The Muscle Shoals and Phil Campbell campuses of Northwest-Shoals Community College are hosting free financial aid workshops Oct. 27 and Nov. 19 from 4 to 6:30 p.m.