Construction Worker I – works in the Street Department operating vehicles and equipment. Performs construction and maintenance work. Performs cleaning and grounds maintenance. Must have high school diploma or GED. Holds a valid Alabama driver’s license. Must submit to background check, pre-employment and random... Read More.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Alabama has once again broken employment and job records. In September, wage and salary employment reached a record high, and the number of people counted as working was also a record high, for the fifth month in a row.
SYLACAUGA, Ala. – Marble City Media LLC, founded in 2011 just prior to its first radio station acquisition in Sylacauga, today announced a branding change to RadioAlabama. “This new master brand is overdue in reflecting our rapid expansion from one to six radio signals in... Read More.
Walmart on Tuesday officially marked the opening of a $135 million distribution center in Mobile that will create 750 jobs and strengthen the retailer’s supply chain network.
CHILDERSBURG, Ala . - Patti and Huey Scarver have put their special touches in place and are ready to start celebrating the Grand Opening of their two new Childersburg businesses – Sweet Pickins’ and ServiceMaster Janitorial.
From space exploration to national defense, Alabama’s aerospace workers are playing key roles in all areas of the global industry, and they’re responsible for innovative, headline-grabbing products.
SYLACAUGA, Ala. - Progress has begun on the plot of land for the that will host the Marble City's newest coffee house and Verizon Wireless.
Honda Manufacturing of Alabama has officially opened its new logistics buildings, an $85 million project that further deepens the automaker’s roots in Talladega County, as well as its significant imprint on the state’s economy. The new facilities add nearly 400,000 square feet to Honda’s existing... Read More.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -A global defense contractor will expand to create a substantial number of jobs and add new capabilities at its operations in Huntsville.
DECATUR, Ala. - Governor Kay Ivey announced Friday that GE Appliances plans to invest $115 million in an expansion of its manufacturing facility in Decatur that will add 255 full-time jobs, bringing the plant’s total employment to nearly 1,300.