FLORENCE — The annual "Spirit of Freedom" fireworks show and celebration, which is typically held around the Fourth of July, will not happen for the second year in a row because of COVID.
TUSCUMBIA — Mayor Kerry Underwood has announced his plans to seek the District 3 House of Representative seat in the Alabama Legislature in 2022.
ST. FLORIAN — The results of water testing in the Bailey Springs area of Shoal Creek show there's no violation of water quality standards for E. coli.
Veterans Drive near Plum Street reopened at 2 p.m. in both directions after it was closed for at least eight hours following a crash involving a commercial cattle truck, according to Florence police.
TUSCUMBIA — Colbert County commissioners approved on Monday the purchase of an old Tennessee Valley Authority laboratory building for use as a new county jail.
MUSCLE SHOALS — Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments Executive Director Keith Jones is optimistic a bipartisan U.S. Senate bill could prevent increasing the population threshold of a Metropolitan Statistical Area from 50,000 to 100,000 people.
ST. FLORIAN — The Woodland Hills Mobile Home Park has taken action to correct a sewage spill coming from its privately owned pumping station.
MUSCLE SHOALS — The Shoals Solid Waste Authority Friday approved a contract with Southern Environmental Engineering of Florence to determine how to set up a curbside recycling program for Colbert County.
SHEFFIELD — The Tennessee Valley Art Association will hold open auditions for its September production of the award-winning Broadway comedy "Moon Over Buffalo" on July 10 and 11.
Shoals sheriffs say they hope a new law going into effect in January 2022 will help ease their overcrowding problems, which are primarily caused by state inmates who can remain in the county jail for months, and sometimes years, before being transferred to the Department of Corrections.
FLORENCE — Ron Tyler patiently sat on the couch and watched AP complete a flip on a map by landing with a giant thud while Jace crawled all over his Dad.
While numbers of individuals seeking the COVID-19 vaccination are dropping, Mike Melton said Lauderdale County officials remain committed to bringing vaccinations to remote parts of the county, and those who may not have had access to the shots.