The Tokyo Olympics move into high gear tonight with the opening ceremonies.
Calhoun Community College officials are hoping COVID-19 relief fund reimbursements planned for this fall will motivate students to return to classes after the pandemic affected attendance last year.
The Morgan County license department office will close at noon Wednesday so staff members can attend training classes, according to Commissioner of Licenses Sharon Maxwell.
Several local public school systems have felt the statewide trend of certified personnel leaving at a higher than normal rate, and one Morgan County school has had nearly 30% turnover in what the principal called “a perfect storm.”
Local public school systems don't plan to require masks or social distancing for students when classes resume in August even as the number of new COVID-19 cases in the state trends upward.
A state prisoner from Franklin County escaped from his Decatur Recycling Center job site this morning, according to a report from the Alabama Department of Corrections.
MOULTON — A Hartselle woman is facing kidnapping and burglary charges after allegedly trying to take a teenager from a home in the East Lawrence area on Friday afternoon, according to the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office.
The fired Hartselle High School softball coach, while still employed at Hartselle Junior High, installed a hidden camera in her junior high office and remotely watched her principal open her desk and filing cabinet before he found and removed the camera.
The annual back-to-school sales tax holiday begins Friday and will go through Sunday. State and most local sales taxes will be waived for the holiday, and many retailers will host additional sales.
HARTSELLE — The Hartselle Senior Center has reopened after being closed 15 months for the pandemic, bringing back bingo and canasta games and, most importantly to patrons, social interaction.