Walking around downtown Athens, Jamie Adams stood in front of the rust red cinder-block wall across the street from the Alabama Veterans Museum and Archives and imagined the story it could tell.
A Decatur woman will be arraigned Aug. 24 after a Morgan County grand jury indicted her for manslaughter in her role in a fatal five-vehicle wreck on Point Mallard Parkway on June 25, 2019.
Five Morgan County residents have now died of COVID-19, according to data released today by the Alabama Department of Public Health, and the state and Limestone County both recorded their highest one-day jumps in new cases.
In many cities and towns across America, the Fourth of July will look different this year after concerns over the coronavirus caused the cancellation of fireworks festivals.
ATHENS — David Pryor is stepping down as president of Athens-Limestone Hospital, effective July 25, and will work with North Alabama Research Center in Athens and Medically Affiliated Research Center in Huntsville to conduct clinical drug and vaccine trials, including potentially a COVID-19 …
ATHENS — Limestone County Schools will spend more than $500,000 in federal coronavirus relief money to buy electronic devices for K-12 students to use during the school year and to allow the district to have enough devices for students if there’s a need for remote learning.
Notwithstanding an Alabama federal court ruling allowing curbside voting during the COVID-19 pandemic, local election officials said it will not be available for the July 14 runoff election.
The state's "safer at home" order aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 and set to expire Friday has been extended through July 31, the governor announced Tuesday, even as new infections and hospitalizations for the disease hit record highs.
The Morgan County Emergency Management Agency director who replaces Eddie Hicks, who retired Tuesday, will need the skill and training to stay atop an ever-changing industry, according to local and state experts.
A United States Army parachute demonstration team will salute health care workers on Thursday with aerial demonstrations in Athens and Decatur.
The state's "safer at home" order aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 and set to expire Friday has been extended through July 31, even as new infections and hospitalizations for the disease hit record highs.
The threatened spring pygmy sunfish and endangered slender campeloma snail are expected to benefit from the city of Huntsville's donation of 700 acres near Mazda Toyota Manufacturing USA in Limestone County to the Land Trust of North Alabama.