MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Governor Kay Ivey announced on Wednesday that she has appointed James “Jim” Purcell, Sr. as Acting Secretary of Information Technology and Todd Cotton as Acting Commissioner of the Alabama Department of Senior Services. “I am proud to appoint Jim and Todd to... Read More.
SYLACAUGA, Ala. - The Sylacauga City Council met for the first time in July on Thursday afternoon. The council meeting was headlined by multiple board appointments.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall was very outspoken about the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal Monday to hear a constitutional challenge of a law effectively prohibiting certain Californians from conceal carry of firearms outside of their homes. “It is patently absurd to believe... Read More.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, June 26, the United States Supreme Court unanimously voted to uphold aspects of President Trump's executive order banning travel from many Middle-Eastern countries, reversing rulings from lower courts to dismiss the travel ban.
CLANTON, Ala. – Gov. Kay Ivey will hold a news conference on the state’s response to Tropical Storm Cindy Thursday at 12:00 p.m. According to the National Weather Service offices in Alabama, the state is expected to experience heavy flooding over the next couple of... Read More.
SYLACAUGA, Ala. – The Sylacauga City Council held its second meeting for the month of June on Tuesday night.
SYLACAUGA, Ala. - The Sylacauga City Council will meet for the second time this month, tonight, June 20.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Governor Kay Ivey recently signed House Bill 89 into law. This bill requires the Alabama Department of Education (DOE) to develop and implement an electronic notification system to facilitate the sharing of school emergency-related information between local schools, local school systems,... Read More.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The execution of Robert Bryant Melson has been a controversial topic in the state of Alabama.
SYLACAUGA, Ala. - The Sylacauga City Council will hold its first meeting for the month of June on Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. No old business is expected to be discussed, but many new items will be discussed affecting the city of Sylacauga. Those items are as... Read More.