Cross-checking, biters and axel jumps may return one day to the Point Mallard Ice Complex, with a majority of the Decatur City Council saying they support eventual repairs to the rink.
The Tennessee Valley Authority is taking steps to determine if about 3,000 acres along Alabama 20 in Lawrence County will be suitable for one or more utility-scale solar farms.
MOULTON — People wanting part-time work with the U.S. Census Bureau in Lawrence County have nine opportunities to get help applying online, from Wednesday through Jan. 29.
MOULTON — The Moulton Fire Department is warning residents a man is misrepresenting himself, going door-to-door requesting financial donations for the department.
ATHENS — For Black’s Landing neighbors Peggy Atkins and Darlene Rogers, long aquatic grass from the Tennessee River is an unwanted visitor, and they want the Tennessee Valley Authority to do something about it.
Just over two years ago, a group of local businessmen, including twin brothers, got their first look at a century-old building on the north end of Bank Street, imagining it could be transformed for office space.
The proposed rewrite of Decatur's zoning ordinance would reduce the number of zoning districts and change their definitions, require a new commercial building to have more green space and allow neighboring businesses to count shared parking toward development requirements in some instances.
Murphy Brown was a middle-school student in Decatur when he learned the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated in Memphis on April 4, 1968.
ATHENS — About a dozen murder cases are awaiting trial in Limestone County, and District Attorney Brian Jones wants to resolve as many of those as possible this year.
Dexter, left, is a male black and white terrier blend. He is about 1 year old and weighs about 45 pounds. Sweet Potato, center, is a female gray tabby domestic short hair blend. She is about 8 years old and weighs 6.8 pounds. Mercy, right, is a white female bulldog blend. She is about 2 year…
There is something beautiful about the warm light on a winter morning. With the light I was given one morning this month, I decided to start the day looking for a slice-of-life photograph.
Decatur Middle School student Mary Emma Harper is convinced that she and some of her classmates have designed a solution to help China rid its water systems of pollutants.