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Update on Revitalization in Cloverdale Community

New businesses have been popping up in the Cloverdale community in Montgomery recently despite the pandemic bringing hope for more revitalization to the area. The Cloverdale Community has seen several businesses established in the past years… But also some of them forced to shut doors. City Councilman Clay McInnis who took the role over District 7 last year said it’s…

Two Montgomery Businesses Struck by Gunfire Saturday

Montgomery Police Department said on Saturday September 12th around midnight, they responded to Carter Hill Road and College Street in reference to shots fired in the area. When officers arrived, they determined that there were two businesses that had been struck. There are no reports of any injuries. This case is still under investigation. Stay with Alabama News Network for…

ALDI and Harbor Freight Tools Coming Soon to Prattville

 As part of the continuing efforts to drive economic development and investment in Autauga County, the Economic Development Committee of the Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce and local elected officials announced ALDI and Harbor Freight Tools will be the newest businesses located at 1825 East Main Street, Prattville in a new retail development owned by Akin Holdings XI Prattville, LLC….

New Building in Greenville Could Bring in Business

The new building is set right on the edge of Sherling Lake, next to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course. A new building near Sherling Lake in Greenville could potentially attract new businesses. Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon is excited to show off what he touts as one of the best views the city has to offer. “It’s an opportunity for…

Growing Greenville: How to Move Big Businesses into a Small Town

Moving large businesses into smaller towns isn’t easy. Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon says economic development can be hard, but it’s one of his favorite parts of the job. He says marketing smaller cities like Greenville is difficult, but he’s lucky that Greenville has a few major selling points. The biggest two McLendon uses is the city’s location on the Interstate and the…

Shoppers Ecouraged to Shop Locally During the Holiday Shopping Season

Shoppers are encouraged to shop locally during the holidays to support small businesses. With Black Friday right around the corner, shoppers are getting ready to head to their favorite stores and shop for great gifts at great prices. But they shouldn’t forget to shop at their favorite small businesses in their home town. Chae Brown is one of those small business…

Greenville business gives back

The Greenville Check Into Cash business placed a box at the front of the store for donations. The Greenville area Check Into Cash employees are teaming up with the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center to provide meals for unfortunate families in the area. During the holiday season, the Check Into Cash business will have a box at the front of…

Morning Fire Destroys Luverne Landmark

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Butler County Population Shrinking

Butler County population numbers have been on a steady decline since 2010, according data from the U.S. Census Bureau. On average, more than 150 left Butler County every year. County Commission Chairman Joey Peavy attributes this loss on Butler County’s businesses moving out of the area over a number of years. “We have lost some textiles jobs over the past…