When Brae Bradford Little woke up in October with a sore throat and couldn’t get an appointment with her primary care physician, she went to an urgent care clinic in Moulton.
Fears that a proposed rewrite of Decatur zoning regulations will deter residential developers by increasing costs and that apartments would be allowed in districts previously reserved for single-family homes dominated public meetings this week.
A man charged with capital murder in the shooting and beating death of his ex-wife, an owner of a Southeast Decatur bakery, has been evaluated for mental competency and a judge will determine next month if he is fit to stand trial.
Twenty-six properties owned by the estates of former Decatur landowners Joe E. Terry and his daughter Ann Terry Mayfield sold for nearly $1.1 million at a public auction Wednesday.
• Justin Williams of Elkmont was named to the fall 2019 president's list at Northwest Mississippi Community College. The president's list includes students completing 12 or more semester hours with a 3.75 or better GPA.
Decatur Councilman Chuck Ard proposed Tuesday punishing council members who miss multiple meetings a month by taking a portion of their pay, a proposal that did not sit well with Councilman Billy Jackson.
Flu activity in the Decatur area has reached significant levels, with 1 in 20 people visiting doctors showing “influenza-like illness,” according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
ATHENS — The city's high school has been designated a temporary courthouse annex for the high-profile trial of Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely in March.