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As part of the occasion, WVAS will pay tribute to the legacy of two broadcasting legends: former Alabama House of Representatives member, Dr. John F. Knight, Jr. and radio legend Roy Wood Sr.
Tickets are $35 and tables are $280. Sponsorships also are available for $3,500. Tickets are available at

Knox Countian Dustin Yother has only ever wanted to be a lineman—it’s in his blood. “My dad and two uncles were linemen, so that’s something that I’ve always wanted to do,” Yother says as he sits in

Let me tell you about a couple of boys named J.D. and Adam. J.D. is in ninth grade and among the smartest in his whole school. He’s tall, redheaded and just trying to figure out what it means to be a teenager. His hero was his granddad, and for good reason. He was a leader …

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There are many causes behind these tragedies. Academic, social and economic pressures weigh on students. Social media can compound anxiety.

On April 29, 2019, the United States Department of Labor (the “DOL”) released a policy statement providing transitional relief from the potential...

Nancy Hewston 18 hours ago General Comments Off on Business Council of Alabama Names Mississippi State University Sophomore to BCA Internship 31 Views
The Business Council of Alabama is pleased to announce Reagan Clark is serving as an intern for the summer 2019 term. Reagan is a rising sophomore at Mississippi State University majoring in Political Science with a minor in Spanish and made the President’s…

Drew Harrell 21 hours ago General , Transportation and Infrastructure Comments Off on Alabama Ahead of the Game as Infrastructure Week 2019 Gets Underway 40 Views
This week is the seventh annual Infrastructure Week – a national week of advocacy and education that spotlights the need to revitalize, modernize, and invest in infrastructure. The Business Council of Alabama and the Alliance for Alabama’s Infrastructure have joined…

Future of Sex Education
On May 1st, reproductive health and rights groups dedicated to improving sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice for all, launched Sex Ed For All Month: Accessing Power, Information and Rights . Sex Ed For All Month replaces Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month and focuses on working toward all young people having the power and right to access the education and health care they need to achieve the best positive outcomes for themselves
Sex Ed For All is an effort…

Hundreds of farmers will head for the Appalachian foothills during the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 47th Commodity Producers Conference Aug. 1-3 in Chattanooga. Registration closes June 14 at AlfaFarmers.org.

The Senate on Wednesday unanimously gave final passage to HB 479, a bill to lower the minimum required age to obtain a commercial driver’s license to...

Alabama Baptist Conference for the Deaf (ABCD) took place at Coosada Baptist Church (Elmore Baptist Association) on March 8-10, 2019. The event, attended by approximately 150 adults and youth, allowed the Deaf in Alabama to spend a weekend in fellowship and community, while also growing in their personal walks with Christ. The weekend focused on …

In partnering with Hoopfest, No-Li Brewhouse intends to raise $12,000 for Ignite Basketball Association, an outreach program focused on providing safe, constructive alternatives for the area's youth.

Visit Open Forums in May to Inform a New Comparison Tool Stop by to provide input at an upcoming open forum on the new EHR Reporting Program, which will provide publicly-available, no-cost, comparative information on certified health IT available on the market. We are also providing a link for regional stakeholders to participate in the …

Christina Clark - May 14, 2019
For Immediate Release: Contact: Adam Muhlendorf, Longleaf Strategies
May 14, 2019 adam@longleafstrategies.com ; (334) 625-0175
Statewide Sexual Health Organization Changes Name, Appoints New Executive Director
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Twenty years after its founding, the Alabama Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is changing its name to more accurately reflect its current mission promoting a more comprehensive sexual education program for all…

The Association for Accessible Medicines said the Food and Drug Administration's guidance on naming biological products delays the development of biosimilars.

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Beginning homebuyers aren't always aware of everything involved — especially after the purchase. Here are some things to consider.