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Montgomery Gearing Up to Distribute Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine March 1-5

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City of Montgomery to Open Warming Center Friday Night

The City of Montgomery will open the warming center at the Montgomery Therapeutic Recreation Center (TRC), 604 Augusta Avenue. The warming center will oen at 4 p.m today. Masks, cots and warm blankets will be provided for anyone in need of shelter from freezing temperatures. No photo identification is required. Montgomery EMA reminds residents to bring any prescribed medications needed,…

MPS Nurses Help Distribute Vaccine at Mass Coronavirus Vaccine Clinic

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Montgomery City-County EMA Operations Center Prepared for Alberto

Teams are working at the Montgomery city-county Emergency Operations Center in preparation for the arrival of Subtropical Storm Alberto. The center was activated at 7 a.m. Monday, just ahead of Alberto’s landfall in the Florida panhandle. In preparation for Alberto, the Alabama Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) is encouraging residents to prepare for inland flooding, dangerous winds and potential tornadoes. As…