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Linden City Council considers new street lighting for residents on Cahaba Road

At the April 6 Linden City Council meeting, the council took a resident request for additional lighting on Cahaba Road under consideration. Cahaba Road is ... Read more

1 week ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Gov. Ivey awards over $22 million to help those left homeless due to COVID-19

MONTGOMERY– Marengo County is included among the counties set to receive assistance from Gov. Ivey’s Office. Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded more than $22 million ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

Demopolis Chamber of Commerce chooses Lane’s Tire Pro as Business of the Month

Lane’s Tire Pros is a family-owned business that has served the Marengo County area for 30 years. Its current owner is Barry Phillips, and the ... Read more

1 week ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Jefferson’s springtime barbecue returns Saturday, April 17

Jefferson Community Club and Jefferson Volunteer Fire Department will host the annual springtime Jefferson Barbecue on Saturday, April 17, at Jefferson Community Club beginning at 8:30 a.m. Barbecue by ... Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

Lane’s Tire Pros named April Business of the Month

Lane’s Tire Pros has been named the April Business of the Month by the Demopolis Area Chamber of Commerce. Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

State approves new projects for George P. Austin Middle School

At the recent Linden Board of Education meeting on March 22, 2021, Superintendent Dr. Timothy Thurman announced that the state department has approved renovation projects ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Demopolis City Schools Foundation to host first virtual event with DHS students

The Demopolis City Schools Foundation is excited to announce its collaboration with DHS Tiger Studios, Tiger Arts Guild, and DHS marketing students-A Night of Lights. ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Letters of failing grades sent home to parents

Over two-hundred letters were sent home with the report cards to alert parents of student failings. Marengo County Schools Instructional Leader Cathy Seale sent out ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Marengo County 2021 property tax to be held online

The 2021 Marengo County Tax Sale will be held online this year. Registration will begin on April 7th, 2021. Currently there are 218 parcels left ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Demopolis City Council aims to preserve century old jail cell

At the March 18 Demopolis City Council meeting, the council voted to ask for alternate bids on demolishing the old police station after a large ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Severe weather drops tornadoes across Marengo County

Marengo County saw severe weather last Wednesday, March 17, including EF-1 and EF-2 tornadoes. Alabama was under a state of emergency last Tuesday and late ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Congresswoman Terri Sewell Statement on 2022 U.S. Senate Race

Birmingham, Alabama – Today, Congresswoman Terri A. Sewell (AL-07) released the following statement regarding her decision not to run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator Richard Shelby in 2022: “I am humbled by the overwhelming requests I have received to run for Senator Shelby’s seat in 2022.      After careful consideration and consultation with my family and closest advisors, ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Demopolis Lady Tigers softball has victories over Thomasville and Excel

The Demopolis Lady Tigers softball team has won three in a row with victories over the Thomasville Tigers and the Excel Panthers During the Leroy ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Windham Motors car theft investigation still ongoing

Demopolis Police Chief Rex Flowers said this week three of the six vehicles stolen from Windham Motors last month have been recovered. On February 6, ... Read more

1 month ago by Andrea Burroughs.

Local businesses weigh mask requirements

Businesses across the state are discussing how to move forward once the mandate ends and what their requirements will be for customers. Some businesses in ... Read more

1 month ago by Andrea Burroughs.

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