ATHENS — The Limestone County Health Department will be giving COVID-19 vaccinations by appointment Monday through Friday to people 75 and older and first responders.
Mental health calls have increased across the Valley, and the root cause is likely COVID-19, according to crisis centers and emergency personnel.
A new paving plan for the city of Athens sets aside $1.87 million to resurface some streets in each district and some roads that span multiple districts.
As COVID-19 deaths mount locally, a state vaccination hotline was quickly overwhelmed by thousands of callers seeking immunizations and “has not worked very well,” a top Alabama health leader said Wednesday.
With food banks across the nation struggling to meet demand, the Athens-Limestone Public Library is seeking to support a local food bank.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks faces a censure resolution filed Monday by two Democratic members of the U.S. House for inflammatory rhetoric at a rally that preceded the attack on the Capitol on Wednesday.
Tennessee Valley residents woke up to a winter wonderland on Monday. The snowfall was not heavy enough to disrupt traffic or close businesses, but with classes canceled, students were able to enjoy the weather.