MONTGOMERY — Alabama reported 695 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, the third day in a row newly confirmed cases were below 1,000.
MOULTON — It wasn't the first day of his senior year that James Huang envisioned last winter, but the Lawrence County High student said he was glad the staff took precautions Wednesday to keep the students and themselves safe from the COVID-19 virus.
MOULTON — Students at two Lawrence County schools will start the academic year at home taking virtual classes for two weeks instead of reporting in person this morning after an individual connected to both schools tested positive for COVID-19, an official said.
MOULTON — Students at two Lawrence County schools will start the academic year at home taking virtual classes for two weeks instead of reporting in person Wednesday morning after an individual connected to both schools tested positive for COVID-19, an official said.
After a three-month wait, Calhoun Community College's spring 2020 graduates were able to participate in ceremonies commemorating their achievements on Friday. The nursing program held its traditional candlelight and pinning ceremony in the morning, and graduation was in the evening. Due to t…
SPEAKE — A two-car wreck Monday afternoon claimed the life of a 48-year-old Hartselle man at the intersection of Alabama 157 and Alabama 36 in Lawrence County, state troopers said.
MOULTON — Several Lawrence County schools are in line for major improvements, and the $15 million for the projects will come from the state and the extension of local bonds for up to 25 years, officials said last week.
Distinguished Young Women of North Central Alabama, which includes Morgan, Lawrence and Limestone counties, will hold a virtual informational meeting on Aug. 16 at 2 p.m.
Local schools are preparing to reopen their doors for the first time since March, and though all schools will be offering different learning formats and, due to a statewide mandate, requiring masks, each district has a slightly different plan for how to coordinate online learning and minimiz…
While many school districts locally and statewide will be focused on their county’s risk level on Alabama’s COVID-19 Risk Indicator Dashboard in deciding whether in-person instruction should be suspended, a state health official cautioned that such decisions should also take into account whe…