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JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State University announced Wednesday that the school’s new baseball stadium will be named for head coach Jim Case.

With Congress in its August recess, U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers has been traveling the 3rd Congressional District, giving speeches and touring an assortment of Alabama businesses. On Tuesday, he spoke

ANNISTON, Mo. — Turns out, there are three of these places.

All three branches of Alabama’s state government became Republican-controlled in 2010. That means, supposedly, that our state government is now, and has been, controlled by a party that prides itself

Re “An open letter to the candidates for governor” (Speak Out, Aug. 12):

It looks like President Trump is going to get the Veterans Day parade he wants. But it will cost about $92 million.

FDA says the approval will help lower costs for the auto-injectors, but it isn't clear yet how much the company behind the product, Teva, will charge.

The Miami Marlins’ Jose Ureña has turned into baseball’s most recent villain for winging a 97.5 mph fastball at loveable Atlanta Braves rookie Ronald Acuña Jr. on Wednesday and hitting

Plow the snow off an elderly woman’s sidewalk. Check. Help serve meals to 80-plus people on a cold November evening. Check. Drive a team of missions volunteers around town hoping to catch a glimpse of a moose. Check. The to-do list is quite different these days for Chris Baker and he absolutely loves it. After […]

In Harris v. Navient Solutions, LLC, No. 3:15-cv-564 (RNC), 2018 WL 3748155 (D. Conn. Aug. 7, 2018), the United States District Court for the District...

I’ve used Tile trackers since they first came out on my keys, wallet, backpack — anything I didn’t want to lose. They’ve always worked well enough, but they were a little bi…

WEDOWEE — For Randolph County, to find what got the Tigers to the Class 3A state championship game last year, one must start looking in an “old” place.

Griffin Ricketson said that when Chris Mills came to First Baptist Church, Livingston, and did a presentation on summer missions opportunities, Ricketson didn’t know what he was doing for the summer yet. And then Mills, Alabama’s student missions strategist, mentioned the Guatemala trip. “It’s like God smacked me in the face with it,” said Ricketson, …

Once trial is over, are you ready to face the media and the court of public opinion?

Miami Valley CAP Service
Miami Valley Community Action Partnership is highlighting the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), which assists low-income households with their heating and cooling bills year round, throughout August
As part of that effort, the agency has started a postcard project that allows LIHEAP customers to tell Miami Valley CAP what they love about the program. The agency has already started getting…

The weekly publication of First Baptist Church Montgomery.

Allie Mitchell owns and coaches at Cheaha Cheer & Tumble in Anniston. Cheaha Cheer & Tumble is holding an interest meeting for a CheerAbilities team for athletes with special needs

President Trump’s version of an honest press is one that doesn’t question, that doesn’t investigate, that doesn’t seek the truth. He expects loyal acquiescence, propaganda on demand, and when he

Congressman Mike Rogers, I am not one of your supporters. However, you do represent Alabama’s 3rd congressional district, and I am sure you want the best for this part of

This version of “Julius Caesar” is set in a future, post-apocalyptic Rome, and the roles were cast without regard to age, race or gender. While the lead characters of Caesar

Dana Beyerle 15 hours ago General Comments Off on BCA Governmental Affairs Conference Looks to the Future 140 Views
The Business Council of Alabama’s 2018 Governmental Affairs Conference held Aug. 10-12 featured Q&As with members of Alabama’s congressional delegation and state legislative leaders, informative speeches by Governor Kay Ivey and the Israeli consul to the Southeast and Puerto Rico, release of a new education report, and…

The Jesus Way is a weekly devotional written by Jay Wolf, pastor of First Baptist Church Montgomery.

In May 2016, OSHA published a final rule to Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses, which requires certain employers to, among other...

The Northern District of Alabama recently followed the Second Circuit’s holding in Reyes v. Lincoln Automotive Financial Services, 861 F.3d 51 (2d...