MUSCLE SHOALS — Typically, the months of June and July create what educators call the "summer slide" as students are away from the classroom.
MUSCLE SHOALS — City Council members today are expected to approve the low bid for the purchase of a new fire boat that is being paid for through a U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant.
LEIGHTON — A nearly 3 mile long passing track on Norfolk Southern's main rail line through northwest Alabama has been completed and is in use, Leighton Mayor John Landers said.
FLORENCE — A Florence-Lauderdale Public Library virtual event Thursday provides an opportunity to discuss the iconic Spike Lee film "Do the Right Thing."
MUSCLE SHOALS — Randy Bruce's retirement this month from Florence High School wasn't even official yet when the seasoned song writer/producer began seizing more opportunities to continue helping young people.
FLORENCE — The state fire marshal will assist the investigation into a fatal house fire that destroyed a home off Meadow Grove Lane in Lauderdale County.
FLORENCE — A multicultural group of people gathered in front of the Lauderdale County Courthouse and Florence post office today to show support for George Floyd, an African American man who died in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Limestone County Probate Judge Charles Woodroof is expected to rule as early as Tuesday whether the city of Decatur has a right to take private property it claims is needed for a planned Alabama 20 overpass.
FLORENCE — The annual W.C. Handy Music Festival is still scheduled for July 17-26, but it might not resemble festivals of the past due to the need to continue maintaining social distancing and other safety measures brought on by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
FLORENCE — The Shoals Industrial Development Committee has dedicated $150,000 toward an effort to prevent flooding at Sixth Street near Shoals Research Airpark.
Northwest-Shoals Community College students on both the Muscle Shoals and Phil Campbell campuses will continue with all summer academic classes online.
A Rogersville man died Thursday and a sanitation worker was injured when the man's vehicle collided with the back of a garbage truck in Limestone County, Alabama troopers said.