CLOVERDALE — Brenda Childers allowed herself to laugh for a moment when she recalled something her younger brother often told people when he introduced her.
Area State Health Officer and pediatrician Dr. Karen Landers doesn't believe many children 5 to 11 will take the COVID vaccine when it becomes available.
Fourteen murals stretching from Cherokee in Colbert County to Rogersville in Lauderdale County are a part of the newly created North Alabama Mural Trail.
TUSCUMBIA — Colbert County Jail inmates are being informed their family and friends will have to send their mail to another address as Sheriff Frank Williamson implements changes in the way inmates receive mail.
FLORENCE — Two Florence Water Department employees sustained leg injuries after falling at least 15 feet down a wet well at the waste water treatment plant Monday afternoon, according to Fire Chief Jeff Perkins.
SHEFFIELD — Some Colbert County residents will be without power temporarily Thursday when Sheffield Utilities replaces two utility poles on Hatton Lane and Hatton School Road.
FLORENCE — Construction officials told the Lauderdale County Agricultural Authority that their timeline calls for the agricultural event center arena to be open as late as early 2024.
FLORENCE — The city council approved a $15 million bond issue Tuesday for various projects, including a public parking deck, a new Lauderdale County Emergency Management Agency headquarters, the River Heritage project and drainage work.
FLORENCE — A photo claiming to be of a drowned man that was making its rounds on social media on Monday turned out to be a prank, officials said.
TUSCUMBIA — The Colbert County Road Department has closed the intersection of Sixth Street and Fennel Lane in extreme eastern Colbert County due to flooding.
FLORENCE — The city council today is expected to consider approving a $15 million bond issue that will go toward a public parking deck, new Lauderdale County Emergency Management Agency headquarters, the River Heritage project and drainage work.
Events involving motorcycles and camping in Cherokee and Waterloo made it through the weekend despite heavy rainfall in the west end of Colbert and Lauderdale counties where the events took place, officials said.