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Ben Roethlisberger’s NFL Career May Be Over

PITTSBURGH (AP) – Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger isn’t sure he’ll be back in 2017. Roethlisberger said during his weekly appearance on 93.7 The Fan on Tuesday that he is going to take some time to evaluate whether he wants to keep playing. The two-time Super Bowl winner will turn 35 in March and has missed time in each of…

Butler County Superintendent Amy Bryan Announces Retirement

Butler County Superintendent Amy Bryan announces her plans for retirement after nearly three years in the position. Butler County Schools Superintendent Amy Bryan announced her plans for retirement Tuesday afternoon. Bryan has been in the Superintendent’s seat for three years and been with the school system for nearly 30 years. Bryan helped Butler County Schools earn systemwide accreditation, grow the nationally…

Selma Police Chief to Retire

Selma Police Chief John Brock has announced his retirement. Brock says the city’s new mayor, Darrio Melton, has decided to move in a different direction and asked Brock to step down. Brock has spent 31 years with the department being promoted to chief in September 2015. He called his time spent with the department “a great ride.” Some details are…

Paulk Retires as State Fire Marshal; Pilgreen Named New Fire Marshal

Marshal Ed Paulk at an event today at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery beginning at 11:00 a.m. State Fire Marshal Paulk is retiring after almost forty (40) years of public service including thirty-two (32) years of service with the State Fire Marshal’s office Paulk has served as State Fire Marshal in Alabama for ten (10) years. Before his appointment as State Fire Marshal, he served seven…

Retire? In Montgomery?

A website list the city as #25th Best

The website www.gobankingrates.com has listed the Alabama Capital as the 25th best city in which to retire on $1,000 a month. The site used several factors to determine the ranking, including: Housing — rental prices for a one-bedroom apartment, rounded to nearest dollar. Percentage of retirees — in the local population as of April 1, 2010. Walkability — scores ranging…

Lee High to Honor Rod Scott by Retiring his Jersey Number

Montgomery, AL—Lee High School will honor Roderic Scott by retiring his jersey number. Scott died Friday, March 4 as a result of injuries from a car accident Thursday, March 3. Scott suffered swelling of the brain following the crash where he thrown clear across the interstate. Scott and other passengers were traveling on I-65 in the northbound lane. Following the…