Francisco Blanco, his wife Oyuki Blanco-Castro and their three children see their friends and co-workers get excited every fall when college and NFL teams take the field. But they admit American football has them stumped.
A Hartselle man remains in Morgan County Jail after being indicted on sex charges, including an alleged hour-long rape of a woman in her bedroom in October.
At its regular meeting Tuesday, the Morgan County Commission authorized Brandy Davis, county Emergency Management Agency director, to advertise for a specialist position paying $17.37 to $22.67 an hour.
Bettye English remembers the springhouse where William Chunn Hartsell's descendants kept dairy products cool without electricity.
With skies clearing and ice melting after last week’s winter ice storm, weary road crews across the region are turning their attention to winter debris removal and patching potholes.
Though the Alabama Department of Transportation has cleared most ice and snow left by Wednesday’s winter storm from the travel lanes of state routes, any moisture remaining will likely refreeze tonight and pose a hazard.
Inclement weather forced cancellation of some second-dose COVID-19 vaccination appointments, but health officials said they were catching up on the resulting backlog.
Decatur City, Athens City, Morgan County and Hartselle City school systems announced this afternoon they will be holding virtual classes only on Friday because of the icy road conditions.
The Alabama Department of Transportation cleared routes of snow and ice across much of north Alabama today, but it said hazardous conditions still exist and motorists should refrain from unnecessary travel.
Almost 9,000 customers served by local utilities lost power during this week's winter storm, and officials said outages would've been even worse without preventive tree-trimming programs.
A temporary shelter at The Boom Boom Room at 1580 W. Moulton St. will open at 4:30 p.m. today and will stay open as long as deemed necessary, according to Sue Terrell, executive director of Hands Across Decatur.
The winter weather that closed schools and businesses the past two days will move out of the area today, according to the National Weather Service, but no public schools in Morgan, Limestone and Lawrence counties will be offering traditional classes.