If you’re in the market for a used car, get ready for some sticker shock as secondhand car prices are higher than ever before.
Author: Mattie Davis
The search continues for the person who shot and killed a Montgomery teen, and as the investigation moves forward, the family and friends of 17-year-old Leiah Holmes mourn her loss.
This summer there have been several wrecks, including two last weekend, where drivers and passengers who weren’t wearing seat belts died or were seriously injured.
It is against the law to not be buckled up, and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is encouraging people to take this seriously.
First United Methodist, Montgomery’s oldest church congregation, is getting renovations after almost 200 years.
One renovation members say they are most excited about is a new organ. After 50 years of use, they are putting their previous organ to rest, to welcome in Alabama’s first Schoenstein organ, produced by one of the countries oldest pipe organ builders.
According to a recent Frontline Education Survey, the nation is dealing with a teacher shortage, and the Montgomery Public School System is among those trying to combat the problem.
MPS says as the new school year approaches, it is crunch time to fill vacancies they currently have. They’re looking for interested candidates with any kind of college degree to apply for open positions.
Alabama is making it easier to hunt two animals that often stir up all kinds of problems for landowners,
coyotes and feral hogs.
The state wildlife agency says a new law signed by Gov. Kay Ivey allows hunters who purchase a license to kill the animals at night.
In Prattville, the 4th of July is looked forward to by residents every year and even more this year after the city’s events were cancelled in 2020.
Prattville residents are excited to celebrate Independence Day again, some getting back with friends and family for the first time since the pandemic. Some say this holiday is giving them a sense of normalcy.
Investigators in Fort Deposit named a suspect in a shooting that happened during a burial service at a cemetery on June 26.
The Gipson family was saying last goodbyes to loved one, James Gipson, when a gunman opened fire at his funeral. One victim, Jerry Gipson, died and three others were injured.
Mayor Steven L. Reed and the City of Montgomery’s Department of Cultural Affairs will host the Montgomery Independence Day Celebration on the Riverfront on Friday, July 2 from 6-9 p.m. at the Riverwalk Park Amphitheater.
This week the Chilton County community is recognizing peach farmers in the annual Peach Festival for the role they play in the economy of Chilton County.
June marks some of the season’s best peaches. However, for what may be a fresh snack for many, is a years worth of hard work for Peach Park owner Mark Gray.