Officials say upgrading the Morgan County-Decatur Farmers Market would benefit vendors and customers, but money constraints are a problem.
HARTSELLE — About 90 F.E. Burleson Elementary students are giving up part of their summer to become better students — and 70 education majors at Athens State University are helping them do it.
Culver Cleaners will close its business Saturday after operating more than 70 years at the same First Avenue Southeast site and once providing a cold-storage vault where customers’ furs and the then-owner’s children chilled out.
Opposition to selling alcohol within the city’s parks could derail a proposal that would allow the city to sell beer to the fledgling curling league at the Point Mallard Ice Rink.
Decatur police on Wednesday released more details about a fatal wreck on a stretch of Point Mallard Parkway that the state has recommended have a lower speed limit, a recommendation the City Council last year rejected.
A Decatur Police Department Internal Affairs review of injuries sustained last week by a Morgan County Jail inmate while at Decatur Morgan Hospital, before transport back to the jail, concluded a Decatur police officer was not guilty of misconduct.
ATHENS — Beginning immediately, Vanzille Lane and Wales Road, west of Tanner, will be closed until Tuesday because of road construction, Limestone Emergency Management officials said.
Breanna Kay Tarpley of Athens was named to the Northeast Mississippi Community College's president's list for the spring semester.
Decatur residents Michelle Ford Adams and Katherine Lindsey Baker each have received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Auburn University’s James I. Harrison School of Pharmacy.
MOULTON — An armed robbery suspect from Lawrence County was apprehended moments before boarding an airliner to Rome, according to the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday.
MONTGOMERY — Authorities in Tuscaloosa say they may have identified the owner of the 15-foot yellow python that's been the subject of a week-long search.