MADISON — Ralph Nelson has confidence Madison's $47 million minor league ballpark will get finished early next year, and the pace of construction backs up his optimism.
MADISON — Town Madison, a mixed-use development on the south side of Interstate 565, stretches across 550 acres with more than two miles of interstate frontage.
The Alabama Community College System is purchasing the former Wells Fargo Bank building at Moulton Street and Fourth Avenue Southeast as a center for distance learning, said state Sen. Arthur Orr.
A city committee favors “A little Different” as the brand to change the perceptions of Decatur among residents and in neighboring cities while also attracting visitors.
For the first time in almost a decade, the number of students on the waiting list for pre-kindergarten services in Decatur City Schools is expected to drop below 50, school officials said.
Alice, left, is a female brown and white German shepherd blend. She is 1 year, 4 months old and weighs about 45 pounds. She is fully vetted and ready to go home for $26. Radish, center, is a female tortoiseshell domestic shorthair blend. She is about 3 months old and weighs 2.2 pounds. Holly…
Long before I became a photographer, I was 100% convinced that the best sunsets are those that happen after a summer afternoon storm. Now, it has to be preferably short, otherwise there’s no time for the clouds to part so we can actually see the sun setting. This conviction was further reinf…
With his trademark cowboy hat, guitar autographed by Grammy-winning artists and Southern drawl, Jeff Whitlow has been a fixture on north Alabama’s music scene for two decades.
For Joe Propst II and some other Decatur residents, reverse parking on residential streets has not been a big deal — until recently.
Decatur Morgan Hospital has cut eight employees and reassigned 37 others within the Huntsville Hospital System to trim costs, said Nat Richardson, president of the Decatur hospital.
City officials set a 6,000-person attendance limit at the Point Mallard Aquatic Center in response to a June 1 shooting there, but they continued to maintain Thursday that they can’t ban firearms from the attraction.
The hiring process Decatur City Schools put in place for teachers in 2009 as part of its more than 50-year-old desegregation order is “comprehensive, extensive and fair,” deputy superintendent of instruction and human resources Yvette Evans said in federal court.