HARTSELLE — For the second time in five years and fourth time since 2000, money appears to be missing from the Hartselle Dixie Youth Baseball account, according to a complaint filed with police Thursday.
Months of preparation have gone into next weekend's luminary tour of the Decatur City Cemetery, which will feature a live Nativity scene, live bands, 150 wreaths and thousands of lights, organizers said.
PRICEVILLE — A piece of art honoring a U.S. Navy veteran, a drawing illustrating emotion and a black-and white photograph of a deteriorating barn and weathered youth basketball are among works by Priceville High students selected for a prestigious art competition.
Fans attending the Decatur-Austin high school basketball games tonight must pass through metal detectors before entering the Austin High gymnasium.
The Spring Avenue project in Decatur is almost complete, widening of Interstate 565 will start in about four months, and $9.4 million in resurfacing projects in 2020 will include portions of Alabama 20, officials said Wednesday.
Ten years after the Delphi auto parts plant in Limestone County shut down, Carpenter Technology has opened its newest advanced additive manufacturing facility and Emerging Technology Center in one of the formerly vacant buildings.
City attorneys spent just over an hour Wednesday morning behind closed doors updating the Decatur City Council on a lawsuit demanding that it change its form of government.
MONTGOMERY — Some members of a rules group working on guidelines and regulations for physicians who prescribe buprenorphine to opioid drug addicts say cash payments for treatment need to be allowed.
MONTGOMERY — Family members and advocates of Alabama inmates crowded into a state task force meeting Wednesday to plead for changes to the state's criminal justice system and in state prisons that have come under national scrutiny for violent and crowded conditions.