Dexter Avenue

TechMGM Opened Tech Innovation Center on Dexter Avenue

The City of Montgomery is adding a new addition to the city that will make learning and working with the latest technology so much easier. The Lab on Dexter Avenue opened Monday August 30th and it has a lot to offer people who want to open a business that is tech savvy. The Lab offers a working and learning environment…

Body Found in Front of Alabama Capitol Considered Suicide

On Friday, April 23, around 2:30 am, Montgomery police located a body in the 600 block of Dexter Avenue. This is located in front of the State Capitol. Police and Fire Medics located an adult male suffering from a self-inflicted life-threatening gunshot wound. He later died at the scene. Police have launched an investigation into the man’s death. This morning’s…

First “Street Dining on Dexter” Held to Support Downtown Restaurants

The first-ever Street Dining on Dexter was hosted by the City of Montgomery and Downtown Business Association. The event featured art vendors, live music, and extra tables with seating around the Court Square Fountain for residents to go out and enjoy the scenery. While in midst of the pandemic the city is searching for ways to support local businesses, “This…

Bible Mystery in Downtown Montgomery

Who took the original book?

Montgomery City workers are refurbishing the little triangle shaped park at the foot of Dexter Avenue. It’s a reminder of the Bible in the park Mystery. The workers removed a display case holding a Bible that was installed in the park in the 1940. Bible Society Reading Room on Dexter Avenue. (Photo courtesy Alabama Archives and History)   The Bible…

Thousands of Photo Portraits on Display

Artist "J.R." installing them on Dexter Avenue.

The photos are being plastered onto the building at the foot of Dexter Avenue near the fountain. The building was targeted to become the new main Montgomery library, but funding difficulties blocked it. The current owners have not said what they plan to do with the building. The photos are of area residents who volunteered to have their photos taken…