FLORENCE — The University of North Alabama's annual Step Sing competition is set for Thursday through Saturday at Norton Auditorium.
TUSCUMBIA — The artist who created a set of busts depicting the first four Alabama Music Hall of Fame inductees is disappointed his work has not been displayed until recently and would like to have them donated to another museum.
TUSCUMBIA — Colbert County Commissioners have given their approval for the county engineer to pre-apply for a loan through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to make additional improvements to the county's water system.
LEIGHTON — Angela Jackson enjoys reminiscing on social media about being a child growing up in Leighton and what a beautiful, thriving town it once was.
MUSCLE SHOALS — The Monday Feb. 1 City Council work session will begin at 5 p.m. to allow council members to conduct telephone interviews with candidates for two Zoning Board of Adjustments positions.
TUSCUMBIA — The Colbert County Sheriff's Department is donating an old patrol vehicle to the White Oak Volunteer Fire Department.
The Shoals unemployment rate continues to indicate a dramatic recovery from the double-digit figures created early in the COVID-19 pandemic, but the labor force also has declined.
FLORENCE — The group proposing a major residential, retail and office development on Tennessee Street said the project remains a goal of theirs, and they are seeking up to $13.5 million in financial assistance from the city to make it a reality.
TUSCUMBIA — Colbert County cities and school systems must repay $405,000 because of miscalculations by software used by the revenue commissioner's office to calculate the percentage of property taxes distributed to each city and school system.
FLORENCE — Designers Billy Reid and Natalie Chanin were recently featured in a "Vogue" magazine article entitled "The United States of Fashion," which looks at 56 fashion designers who are "changing the landscape of American fashion.
Helen Keller Hospital's COVID-19 vaccination clinic gave 1,300 doses last week to those 75 and older, depleting the clinic's supply until more comes.
TUSCUMBIA — The Colbert County Commission has agreed to replace a County Road Department dump truck that was wrecked Jan. 4 in a collision with a Toyota Camry on old Alabama Highway 20.
FLORENCE — The Florence-Lauderdale Public Library is poised to reduce its energy costs by 32% through a partnership with Schneider Electric, according to company officials.