A second person has been arrested in connection with a car theft at Wilson Morgan Park during the summer, according to Decatur police.
When Hannah Ownby pulled into Sivley's Fuel Station along Alabama 20 in North Courtland with a flat tire Thursday morning, she realized she wasn't the only one having a bad morning commute.
While many families will stay in this Halloween to avoid exposure to COVID-19, some local residents said after months of canceled events and holidays, they are looking forward to dressing up and taking their kids trick-or-treating — or trunk-or-treating — this year.
Decatur City Schools' three-day "trial run" of districtwide virtual learning went smoothly, school officials said, but blended learning will be modified due to challenges for teachers and an expected record number of high school students failing the first semester.
Area recreation leagues plan a youth basketball season despite a rising number of COVID-19 cases, but the season will be very different from past years.
A judge denied bond Wednesday on one of two felony charges for a Birmingham man who police allege stalked his former girlfriend in Decatur using a tracking device, harassed her and damaged her vehicle.
Rain brought by the outer bands of Hurricane Zeta left some Decatur streets impassable due to flooding Wednesday, but a city official said there's not much that can be done to prevent it.
Kindergarten isn’t mandatory in Alabama and concerns about the safety of in-person learning and the challenges of online instruction for young children appear to be driving down enrollment statewide and locally.
A combination of federal and city funding will pay for the $950,000 resurfacing of one of Decatur’s bumpiest roads — Church Street Southeast, city officials said.
A Madison man is in Morgan County Jail after being charged with three counts of shooting into a Decatur apartment complex on Sunday, according to Decatur police.
The city of Decatur will spend $250,000 to bring the Princess Theatre into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and millions more may be needed to bring all city properties into compliance.
The dominance of a single party short-changes Alabamians by reducing the accountability of incumbents, according to a political scientist, but local party leaders disagree that there's a problem.
Mazda Toyota Manufacturing, the joint venture company building an automotive plant in the Greenbrier area, has hired more than 750 employees and has a new logo developed through a Decatur firm.