Rain is back into the forecast late Saturday and is expected to linger into Sunday
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Governor Ivey Makes Pay Raises for Teachers and State Employees Official, Signs Senate Bill 188, House Bill 320 into Law MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Tuesday signed Senate Bill 188, sponsored by Sen. Arthur Orr and Rep. Bill Poole, into law, making teacher pay... Read More.
MONTGOMERY – Mayor Steven L. Reed and the City of Montgomery’s Parks and Recreation Department invite Montgomery children ages 6 to 14 years old and their parents or guardians to visit Gateway Lodge at Gateway Park, 3800 Davenport Drive, on Saturday, May 1, from... Read More.
MONTGOMERY – Fairview Avenue at the intersection of Court Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic Monday as crews install a new waterline as part of the Court Street Construction project. Flagmen and Montgomery Police Department officers will be on-hand to direct... Read More.
Governor awards $5.8 million from Volkswagen settlement funds MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded nearly $5.8 million to several governments and public agencies and two businesses from proceeds issued to the state as part of a nationwide settlement against Volkswagen. The grant recipients, in... Read More.
MONTGOMERY – As the holiday season draws to an end, the City of Montgomery and the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources will offer a free Christmas tree recycling program on December 26 and January 2. Residents can take discarded Christmas trees to any... Read More.
Gov. Ivey awards $7.9 million to assist victims statewide MONTGOMERY— Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling $7.9 million for programs to support victims of abuse and crime across Alabama. The grants will support five programs and organizations that assist victims in many areas of... Read More.