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How personal income has changed in Macon County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Macon County, Alabama and how it compares to state and national levels.
'He thought it was funny': On-duty officer allegedly lied to 911 about man running with machete, person shot in series of 'swatting' calls
An Alabama police office is now on "administrative assignment" after allegedly making at least six calls to another department while on duty, falsely claiming to see an array of violent crime. The post ‘He thought it was funny’: On-duty officer allegedly lied to 911 about man running with machete, person shot in series of ‘swatting’ calls first appeared on Law & Crime.
Montgomery police charge 14-year-old boy with second-degree arson
The Montgomery Police Department charged a 14-year-old with second-degree arson after police said he admitted to starting a fire. Montgomery Fire & Rescue responded to a single-story residential fire Sunday in the 2200 block of Terrance Avenue, Assistant Chief Stanley Cooper said. They found the structure with heavy smoke and flames visible. Over the course of the investigation the boy became a suspect, a fire department spokesman said.
Montgomery Man Sentenced to Prison and Ordered to Pay Nearly $370,000 for Schemes Targeting Elderly Victims
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA – Today, Acting United States Attorney Jonathan S. Ross, along with Alabama Securities Commission Director Amanda Senn, announced that a federal judge sentenced Nicholas Houston Allen, 36, a resident of Montgomery, Alabama, to 76 months in prison for fraud targeting the elderly. The United States Secret Service and the Alabama Securities Commission Enforcement Section provided valuable assistance in the investigation and prosecution of this case.
1 killed, 3 wounded in shooting in Alabama’s capital city, police say
An Alabama man is accused of shooting one man and wounding three others on Sunday, authorities said.
‘MISUNDERSTANDING’ Elmore County BOE candidate arrested for FTAs
Two traffic stops almost a year apart led to the arrest of Elmore County District 7 Board of Education Republican candidate Justin Pack. Pack was stopped Saturday night by the Eclectic Police Department when officers noticed the vehicle Pack was driving had a revoked registration. Pack was taken to the Elmore County Jail to answer failure to appear warrants issued by the City of Wetumpka Municipal Court.
Exploring Montgomery's Culinary Scene: 4 Italian Restaurants You Can't Miss
This article presents a curated list of four exceptional Italian restaurants in Montgomery. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we invite you to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Woman Visits Every 4-Year HBCU In Nation To Share Experience With Students
A New Jersey woman visited over 90 HBCUs across the country to show high school students everything the colleges have to offer.
$1,000 reward offered to help solve 2023 Montgomery homicide
Central Alabama CrimeStoppers is offering a $1,000 reward in the hopes of solving a man’s murder. Investigators say on Tuesday, January 3, 2023, at about 11:45PM, officers and fire medics were called to a hospital where shooting victims were being treated. Police say 18-year-old Willie Grant was pronounced dead....
Carver advances to the state tournament for the first time since 2018 defeating Park Crossing in south regional final
Carver dominated Park Crossing 67-49 on Tuesday in the boys Class 6A AHSAA south regional final at Garrett Coliseum. The Wolverines are slated to matchup against Mountain Brook in the Final Four. This was the Wolverines first victory over Park Crossing this season after losing twice to them in the...
MPS officials explain impact of proposed property tax renewal
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Montgomery Public Schools officials want to make sure that Montgomery County residents understand the impact that a property tax up for renewal will have on both MPS and Pike Road Schools. “We’re talking about a renewal of taxes that we’ve already been collecting for about 40...
Former Alabama head coach Nick Saban speaks ahead of 2024 Nick Saban Legacy Awards
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Former Alabama football head coach Nick Saban spoke to the media Monday night before honoring the impact of two legendary college coaches and their contributions to the game of football. On Monday Evening, Frank Beamer, the winningest coach in Virginia Tech history, and the late Bobby...
Vigil for victims of hate, violence held at AUM
Members and supporters of the LGBTQ+ community gathered at Auburn University at Montgomery to honor hate crime victims.
Copper is a Handsome fellow and the HSEC Pet of the Week
Copper is a one-two-year-old male Basset mix, 50 lbs, handsome as can be. He is great with other dogs and pigs but not good with chickens as he thinks they are too tasty. Good with children. Friendly fella. Our adoption fees are $100 for dogs & $50 for cats under...
School conditions, reading proficiency and more: Montgomery school board highlights
The Montgomery County Board of Education met for nearly four hours on Tuesday, Feb. 13, adding a special meeting to discuss the Freedom Preparatory Academy charter application ahead of the regular February work session and board meeting. If for some reason you didn't have a free 220 minutes on a...
Juvenile killed overnight in Tuskegee
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (WSFA) - Police are investigating after a juvenile was killed in Tuskegee late Friday night. Few other details were immediately available. Neither the name of the victim nor any suspects have been released at this time. If you have any information that could help this homicide investigation, please...
Barbershop talk on addressing gun violence in Montgomery
Sunday was a day of open dialogue for some Montgomery students about a topic that many find uncomfortable, gun violence.
New grant for high school skilled trade programs seeks to build construction workforce
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) -New money is on the way to high school skilled trade programs to help get more workers into the construction industry. The commercial construction industry is facing a severe shortage of workers. This new grant will allow schools to build a skilled workforce and meet those demands.
Updated Widowed and Divorced Club Events in Elmore County
With vacations to warmer, sunnier climates taking over for a bit, the return home has opened the door for new events for the newly formed Widowed and Divorced Club. Tuesdays at 10 a.m. will have the clubbers swishin’ and stompin’ as they learn to line dance. Once tied to country folk only, today girls, boys, men and women are hurrying to Red Hill and Dance studios in the cities because they caught the fever. If your toes are tapping at the thought of dancing, join the fun at Red Hill Community Center, 3558 Red Hill Rd., Tallassee, AL 36078. Whether you take the lessons at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays or go for a full-fledged dance Tuesdays or in the evening at 6:30 p.m., you will be glad you went.
Butler Chapel hosts ‘Stony the Road We Trod’
Judge J.C. Love, III, probate judge of Montgomery County will serve as the Black History Month speaker at Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. Love will speak at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 25. The theme of the program is ‘Stony the Road We Trod.’ On November 15, 2019, Governor Kay Ivey appointed Judge […] The post Butler Chapel hosts ‘Stony the Road We Trod’ appeared first on The Greenville Advocate.