A Phenix City teacher is challenging a volunteer requirement mandated by the city’s board of education. Sophia Taylor, a cosmetology instructor at Central High School, attended a board meeting Monday night.
The health insurance marketplace is for anyone who does not have health insurance provided any other source.
Chipotle has Halloween deals for customers that do not involve candy.
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A social services organization in East Alabama is looking for volunteers. TEARS, Inc. is looking for people willing to help kids ages 10 to 13 with their homework.
The U.S. Coast Guard said Monday that the two Hawaii women who were lost at sea for five months had an emergency beacon aboard their sailboat that was never activated.
A United States Navy Sailor from Indian Trail and his pregnant wife are currently recovering in the hospital after an alleged shooting incident Saturday night.
The Columbus community is remembering one of their own two days after a fatal shooting. Joseph McDaniel,19, of Columbus was killed at the Summer Stone Apartments in Rome after being shot.
There are scary costumes and then there’s the Spookie Poochie parade. People from the community Monday along with family members of Columbus Hospice brought out their dogs for a pet costume parade.
A new emergency health care option is in the works for the city of Auburn. Right now, all patients in Lee County with emergencies are directed to the East Alabama Medical Center (EAMC).