The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office is hosting its third Second Chance Job Fair. While the job fair is open to everyone, it is aimed at connecting ex-offenders with businesses who are willing to give them a fresh start. The Second Chance Job Fair... Read More.
Governor Ivey Launches Project to Build Transformational Logistics Park in Tuskegee TUSKEGEE — Governor Kay Ivey joined leaders of Farpoint Development and the Macon County Economic Development Authority at a Wednesday event to mark the launch of an ambitious project to build the Regional... Read More.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The U.S Marshals of the Middle District of Alabama, along with its federal, state, and local law enforcement partners, recently concluded a two-week enforcement operation focused on arresting violent fugitives and noncompliant sex offenders. “Operation Washout represents two weeks of intense... Read More.
The task force will assist in offering solutions and best practices while also facilitating direct communication between the Mayor’s Office and medical professionals on the front lines of Montgomery’s continued COVID-19 response MONTGOMERY – Mayor Steven L. Reed today convened a new task force comprising... Read More.
Christmas Lights Festival @ the Montgomery Zoo Now through December 25, 5:30 – 9pm nightly See the Montgomery Zoo transformed into a Winter Wonderland displaying thousands of sparkling and twinkling lights and festive decorations at Christmas Lights Festival. Take a leisurely stroll or enjoy a... Read More.
Sheriff Derrick Cunningham Named 69th YMCA Man of the Year Montgomery, AL –Sheriff Derrick Cunningham named the 2020 YMCA Man of the Year. This year’s recipient, Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham, has served as a dedicated YMCA member for many years. He is currently active... Read More.
Gov. Ivey awards $1.9 million to aid elderly and disabled abuse victims MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded $1.9 million to assist elderly and disabled adults who are victims of abuse. The grant to the... Read More.
988 will become the national three-digit phone number for all mental health, substance use, and suicide crises. As of July 16, 2022, the current Lifeline number, 1-800-273-8255, will transition to 988, where calls will be routed to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline centers in each state.... Read More.