Actor Thom Gossom Jr. will speak at a Nov. 14 gala to help the Celebrating Early Old Town with Art board kick off its effort to build a Scottsboro Boy-CEOTA Museum in Decatur.
Kelly Gymnasium on the campus of Calhoun Community College was abuzz Saturday morning with the kind of activity normally reserved for the annual Decatur-Austin rivalry basketball game.
A recent increase in aquatic vegetation in Wheeler Reservoir has anglers like Decatur’s Joshua Bryant and his dad Bryan smiling, but local skiers, pleasure boaters and homeowners see the weeds as a menace.
Morgan County Sheriff Ron Puckett took office nine months ago, bringing to a close the controversial tenure of former Sheriff Ana Franklin. In an interview this month he discussed the transition, his concern about recent inmate deaths, efforts to minimize county expenditures for inmate healt…
Parents who live in the Northwest Decatur satellite school attendance zone that serves Chestnut Grove Elementary said they face multiple challenges because of the distance from the school.
Calibar, left, is a male wirehair terrier blend. He is about 1 year old and weighs about 10 pounds. Batty, center, is a female cream domestic shorthair blend. She is about 3 months old and weighs about 2 pounds. Titan, right, is a male husky/shepherd blend. He is about 4 years old and weighs…
The first opportunity to wear jackets this fall will likely occur late Saturday night into Sunday morning when temperatures will dip into the upper 30s, according to the National Weather Service in Huntsville.
A new stone arch gateway and native tree species will be added to Delano Park on the east side of Eighth Avenue Southeast as part of a $100,000 project that officials announced Thursday.
An agreement reached with the Parks and Recreation Department will allow Decatur Youth Services to continue with its programs, despite losing access to a school building and facing the expected loss of a recreation center.
Point Mallard Park looks like it will finish the summer season on the financial plus side despite a wet summer that brought in 19,075 fewer customers to the aquatic center than last year.