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CARBON HILL — At Thursday evening’s Carbon Hill City Council meeting, council members heard from an Air Evac employee about a program that would allow residents in the city limits to be airlifted in medical emergencies for no charge to the … more
CARBON HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT Feb. 3 James Adam Hagood, 28, Carbon Hill: possession of drug paraphernalia Phillip Dale Grimes, 50, Carbon Hill: disorderly conduct Feb. 5 David Zachary Grimes, 26, Jasper: public intoxication Feb. … more
CORDOVA — The price tag of getting the city’s new fire station operational is $90,000, Mayor Drew Gilbert announced at Tuesday night’s Cordova City Council meeting. The city has already spent $265,000 to renovate a former residence on … more
The members of the Parrish Town Council voted Tuesday to show support for the “Go Red For Women” Red Ball Gala being held Friday night at the CHS Activities Center in downtown Jasper. Sandi Sudduth, a member of the Red Ball Gala organizing … more
HAMILTON (AP) — A man accused of fatally shooting two people at a west Alabama law firm and a nearby accounting office has been charged with two counts of capital murder. Marion County District Attorney Jack Bostick says 67-year-old Donny … more
The Carbon Hill Park and Rec and Industrial boards are sponsoring a ‘We Love Carbon Hill’ Valentine’s Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 13. From 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., there will be a city-wide ‘We Love Our City’ cleanup. Then, that evening, … more
Renovations recently began in the old Ivey’s building downtown to make it a suitable, modernized rental space. Many buildings in the district are getting a facelift in hopes of recruiting new business to downtown Jasper. more
DORA — At Tuesday evening’s council meeting, the Dora City Council heard again from Fire Chief Chris Edwards about hiring part-time firefighters. Edwards first presented the proposal at the Jan. 29 council meeting, but the council tabled the … more
Residents in Oakman and the Flatwoods area lost 911 service due to an AT&T network issue Tuesday. Emergency calls were being temporarily rerouted Tuesday for those in the Oakman and Flatwoods communities. While residents receive their … more
Daily Mountain Eagle publisher Jack McNeely has been tabbed the next publisher of the Herald-Citizen, a 113-year-old daily newspaper in Cookeville, Tenneessee. He will replace Mike Delapp, who is retiring at the end of April. “While I am … more
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