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Marshall County implements new JROTC program for students

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — There’s a new opportunity for students in Marshall County. It’s one that school leaders hope will give them another avenue when they’re looking at life after high school. 208 more words

Northeast Alabama

Local businesses go digital in Scottsboro

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – Local businesses are important to the Chamber of Commerce and with a new development, they hope to expose retailers to a bigger clientele.  242 more words

Northeast Alabama

Chattanooga woman receives award from Hollywood PD for putting herself in harm's way

HOLLYWOOD, Ala. – A Chattanooga woman received a certificate of honor from the Hollywood Police Department Wednesday after she put herself in harm’s way assisting the chief with an arrest over the weekend. 299 more words

Northeast Alabama

Medication round-up scheduled for Oct. 27 in Marshall County

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. — The Marshall County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program partnered with the Marshall County District Attorney’s Office to hold a supervised collection of prescription and non-prescription drugs for safe disposal. 191 more words

Northeast Alabama

UPDATE: Body found in the Town Creek area of Lake Guntersville identified as Arab man

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. -The Marshall County Coroner’s Office identified the body found in Lake Guntersville Wednesday afternoon.

First responders recovered a man’s body from the Town Creek area of Lake Guntersville. 97 more words

Northeast Alabama

Jackson County students get hands on experience at the Career Exploration Opportunities Fair

SCOTTSBORO, Ala. – It’s that time of year again for the Jackson County Career Exploration Fair — or CEO. It’s a hands on experience for 9th graders around the county,  just to get their gears going about what they can do after graduation. 293 more words

Northeast Alabama

Jackson County officials continue to fight against growing opioid problem

JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. – The abuse of opioids is not a new problem in Jackson County, but the issue seems to grow more and more each year.  174 more words

Northeast Alabama