FLORENCE — This year's W.C. Handy Music Festival will be a slim version of the event that traditionally has brought a festive atmosphere to the Shoals.
FLORENCE — The University of North Alabama has issued a response to the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) organization, saying Leo III, the school's live African lion mascot, will remain on campus.
FLORENCE — The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be felt in Lauderdale County, but tourism officials are looking at recent trends and hoping they indicate a rebound.
TUSCUMBIA — Colbert County commissioners have created a committee that would review inmate re-entry programs, even though the group might not have any actual regulatory powers.
MUSCLE SHOALS — A 19-year-old Muscle Shoals resident has been charged with second-degree theft of property, and unlawful breaking and entering a motor vehicle in connection with the theft of two firearms from a deputy sheriff's vehicle, Police Chief Clint Reck said.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Summer camp might have a different look this year for the city's kindergartners through fifth-graders, but campers are taking the new rules in stride.
FLORENCE — Under normal circumstances, Lauderdale County Probate Judge Will Motlow would have had a single poll workers school before the March 3 primary election, but these are hardly normal circumstances.
Colbert, Franklin and Lauderdale counties received almost $34,000 in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act money the federal government provided states for COVID-19 related materials and expenses for the upcoming 2020 primary runoff election.
MONTGOMERY — Today is the last day to request an absentee ballot for the July 14 runoff election, Secretary of State John Merrill said.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Colbert County Sheriff Frank Williamson is grateful the Muscle Shoals Police Department made a quick arrest in the theft of two firearms from a deputy's patrol vehicle, but is still concerned about one weapon that is missing.
TUSCUMBIA — A broken 10-inch water main left residents of several neighborhoods along Old Alabama 20 east of Muscle Shoals without water for about six hours Monday.
SHEFFIELD — Randa Hovater said her background in marketing and communications, combined with her technology expertise and passion for continued growth, qualifies her to be the city's next District 5 representative.