Alabama Local News
Huntsville City Council President To Introduce Resolution To Remove Courthouse Confederate Monument
On Wednesday, Huntsville City Council President Devyn Keith issued a short statement on Facebook saying that he would be introducing a resolution at Thursday’s city council meeting to support the removal of the…Continue To Article
Alabama Lands F-35s In Montgomery
Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday announced that the Secretary of the Air Force officially selected the 187th Fighter Wing at Dannely Field in Montgomery as the Air National Guard’s 6th operational location for the F-35s.
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Henry County Commission Holds Meeting On Courthouse Lawn
On Tuesday morning, the Henry County Commission held a meeting outside of the front lawn of the county courthouse, something likely to be a first in the county’s history. I was intrigued to hear…Continue To Article
Toyota Plant in Huntsville to Start Manufacturing Face Shields
On Thursday, the Toyota plant in Huntsville announced that it will start producing face shields for healthcare workers as the COVID-19 pandemic increases its scope of impact across the world. This means…Continue To Article
Boaz, AL Pastor Invites Coronavirus Infected To Service
“So with boldness of faith if you have the coronavirus or feel threatened by such, you are most welcome at Boaz Church of God Sunday morning at 10 AM where we will anoint the sick…Continue To Article
Birmingham Mayor Establishes Emergency Fund For Small Businesses Amidst Coronavirus Outbreak
It’s no secret that precautions taken during the Coronavirus outbreak, though necessary, are hurting small businesses across the country. But Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin wants small businesses in his city to remain “Birmingham…Continue To Article
Marshall Space Flight Employee Positive For Coronavirus
A NASA Marshall Space Flight employee in Huntsville, AL, located in Madison County, has tested positive for the Coronavirus according to an email sent out from the Center Director, Jody Singer.
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Geraldine Assitant Police Chief Fired for Facebook Post Implying Democrats Should Be Bombed
On Tuesday, the Town Council of Geraldine, a tiny town about 50 miles southeast of Huntsville in southern DeKalb County, voted 5-1 to fire Jeff Buckles, the assistant police chief of the town. Buckles…Continue To Article
Geraldine Asst. Police Chief On Paid Leave; Hearing Tuesday
Geraldine Assistant Police Chief Jeff Buckles is on paid leave for his Facebook posts that wished death on Nancy Pelosi and liberals.
Mayor Chuck Ables placed Buckles on paid leave while he…Continue To Article
Geraldine Assistant Police Chief Wishes Death On Nancy Pelosi And Left-Wing Democrats
The Assistant Police Chief of Geraldine, Jeff Buckles, is apologizing after wishing for Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats to hit a roadside bomb.
In the Facebook post, Buckles says, “Pelosi just ripped up…Continue To Article