The Lee County Remembrance Project has partnered with the Equal Justice Initiative and is working with community leaders to bring a historical marker to Lee County that will forever commemorate the lives of four men who were racially terrorized and lynched.
Despite challenges, counseling and psychological services have had successful online transitions and are ready to provide services to current and prospective clients.
The Alabama House Judiciary Committee has approved House Bill 81, which was sponsored by a group of 21 representatives.
Sen. Tom Whatley begins each day bright and early at 4:30 a.m. For the next three hours, he focuses on personal business. At 7:30 a.m., he begins meeting with constituents from District 27, which includes Russell, Lee and Tallapoosa Counties.
The Auburn Community Orchestra will perform a program that includes popular pieces such as The Star Spangled Banner, the Main Title from Star Wars and many more.
The school installed a book vending machine over the summer, and students will be given the opportunity to select and keep a book from this machine over the course of the year.
A revision to existing legislation requires that everyone in a car wear a seatbelt. The revision took effect Sept. 1, 2019.
Originally planned to take place Oct. 26 at Felton Little Park, the festival has been delayed until next fall.