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Jackson County is paving 19 roads in 2018 -- an $800,000 job

JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. – The Jackson County Commission sat down with the county’s Road Department to map out exactly which of the 1,200 roads they maintain need the most repair this year. 216 more words


Gigabit fiber service comes to the Jackson County area

STEVENSON, Ala. – North Alabama Electric Cooperative is excited about the launch of its new fiber service in Jackson County with the goal of providing better and faster internet opportunities.  232 more words

Northeast Alabama

Marshall County authorities search for missing woman

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. — Authorities in Marshall County are actively searching for a missing Guntersville woman.

Deputies say 49-year-old Tonya L. Wilson was last seen leaving her home last Thursday and has not had contact with her family since. 36 more words

Northeast Alabama

DeKalb County residents frustrated with waste management company, trash piling-up

DEKALB COUNTY, Ala. – Many in the community of Mentone are outraged at the town’s trash pick service. They say they’re not receiving their trash cans or their trash isn’t getting picked up when it should. 307 more words

Northeast Alabama

Student at Albertville High School arrested, accused of having gun on school property

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. – An 11th-grade student at Albertville High School has been arrested. Police say he had a pistol in his locked vehicle while on school property. 140 more words

Northeast Alabama

Rep. William Ainsworth speaks about proposed bill to arm teachers in school

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ala. – Safety in schools is at the forefront of everyone’s minds after the deadly shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. “We’ve literally had thousands of people reach out to us and say we’ve got to do something to protect our kids,” says Representative William Ainsworth. 567 more words

Northeast Alabama

Collinsville honors Civil War soldier, church founder

COLLINSVILLE, Ala. – The city of  Collinsville will be laying a brick in their veterans memorial for a man who not only served in the 44th Colored Infantry in the Confederacy, he also founded a major church that still operates. 324 more words

Northeast Alabama