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Brandi Thomas of Elkmont is about to reunite a 19th century Bible — bought at auction — with its family.
From the Athens News Courier
REVIEW: Crowds flock to 22nd Poke Sallet Follies 4 hours ago
The three-show run of the 22nd Poke Sallet Follies ends tonight at the Athens Senior Center at 912 West Pryor Street. The pre-show dinner of mixed greens, grilled chicken breast, mashed …
Elkmont woman to reunite family with 19th century Bible Yesterday at 2:00AM
DONATE: Send a check for Team EKA to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Alabama Chapter, 200 Cahaba Park Circle West, Suite 114, Birmingham, AL 35242; call tollfree 1-800-523-2357 or email Alabama@cff.org
Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program created by the National Education Association. It’s a day when teachers are known to dye their hair blue, cook up their …
Dog gone found 2/27/2014
From The Decatur Daily
Medical files breached Yesterday at 10:00PM
Medical-billing information on 3,100 patients — including Social Security numbers in 69 cases and medical diagnosis in 79 — was breached at a local billing company.
Police reports Yesterday at 8:13PM
Police briefs Yesterday at 8:02PM
Two arrested with meth, pills
Athens to begin paving 2 streets Monday Yesterday at 2:37PM
ATHENS— The Athens Street Department will begin paving Whitfield and Winslow streets Monday.Street Department Superintendent Dolph Bradford said to look for future notices on the length of this …
Athens police arrest Morgan suspect; possibly Colorado-bound Yesterday at 11:09AM
A man sought by Morgan County deputies was intercepted by Athens police as he was attempting to leave the state, according to a release from the Morgan County Sheriff's Office.
DA won’t appeal rapist’s sentence 3/6/2014
ATHENS — Limestone County District Attorney Brian Jones won’t appeal the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals’ ruling on the most recent sentence of convicted rapist Austin Smith Clem.
The Decatur City Council met in executive session Thursday to hear details on a resurgence of a twice-collapsed retail project that previously involved a capital investment of $1.3 billion.
Police Reports 3/6/2014
Police Briefs 3/6/2014
Father arrested; son also sought
ATHENS — Limestone County District Attorney Brian Jones said today he is not appealing the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals’ ruling that upheld the most recent sentence of convicted rapist …
From Huntsville Times
Motorist seriously injured after truck overturns in Limestone County Yesterday at 5:12AM
WHNT reports Alabama State Troopers responded just south of Humphrey Road in Limestone County at approximately 2:45 a.m. The driver was traveling south when hew lost control and nose-dived into a …
DA: Out of legal options to overturn sentence of no jail time for convicted Limestone rapist (updated) 3/6/2014
DA Brian Jones said he felt the appeal had little chance of success.
Huntsville Symphony Orchestra charms at the speed of sound with Free Family Concert (photos) 3/1/2014
More than 1,000 people attended the short concert Saturday morning, March 1, 2014, at the Space & Rocket Center. The concert will be repeated in Madison at 5 p.m., with activities beginning at …
Appeals court upholds Limestone judge's order of lighter sentence, no jail time for convicted rapist 2/28/2014
The Limestone County District Attorney is trying to decide his next step after an appeals court upheld the decision of a judge who, for a second time, ordered no jail time for a convicted rapist.
Decatur Police officers who were investigating the burglary of a local home discovered the suspect was wanted in Tennessee on an aggravated robbery charge.
Limestone school administrator guilty of stealing thousands of dollars in equipment issues apology to community 2/25/2014
The administrator of the Limestone Career Technical Center who pleaded guilty Monday to stealing school equipment valuing "tens of thousands of dollars" issued an apology to the community …
Ex-Limestone administrator Mickey Glass pleads guilty to theft of thousands of dollars in school equipment 2/25/2014
Former Limestone County technical school director Mickey Glass pleaded guilty Monday to theft charges and admitted stealing thousands of dollars in school equipment.
Limestone tech school director arrested on theft charges appeals contract termination; civil hearing set 2/24/2014
The Limestone County Board of Education requested a non-jury hearing in civil court after a former school director arrested on theft charges appealed the board's cancellation of his contract, …
U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., will stop at an Elkmont business today as part of his Alabama Jobs and Industry Tour, during which he has visited a business in each of Alabama's 67 counties.
Who sees the video of your embarrassing traffic stop? The entire department? People at City Hall? Worse, could it end up on YouTube, or heaven forbid, "Cops?"