April 26, 2017 by Lisa
The first Sunday of every month offers the opportunity for everyone to learn a little more about the art on display at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, meaning the next opportunity is less than two weeks away.
All visitors are [Read more]
March 31, 2017 by Lisa
Officials for the state of Alabama are warning about a possible pine beetle infestation that could cause concern to anyone that relies on the forests for their livelihood.
The concern is not only restricted to [Read more]
February 20, 2017 by Lisa
Montgomery residents planning the perfect Cinco de Mayo party for their office or friends can begin their celebration early at the Taco Libre -Taco Festival.
Taking place in a couple of months, it [Read more]
January 18, 2017 by Mark
Montgomery resident Jacob Eubanks is working to build a non-profit organisation that could help with the drinking water needs in Zambia. [Read more]
January 2, 2017 by Max
Montgomery County will have its own version of America’s Got Talent this month.
Montgomery County Performing Arts Society will be [Read more]
December 22, 2016 by Lisa
Not all romantic moments involve flowers and candlelight. For Mobile resident Shawna Blackmon, it included a supposed motorcycle chase and local police officers, but it turned out well for all involved.
Blackmon was contacted by [Read more]
November 30, 2016 by Sarah
Mental Health America, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping those living with mental illness and to increasing education about mental health, will be playing its part again this year with its [Read more]
October 16, 2016 by Mark
Ghost tours through historic districts are common during the Halloween season. One Montgomery business has developed a way to add an extra touch of the macabre to their untypical evening ghost tour.
The Haunted Hearse Tours uses a [Read more]
September 13, 2016 by Max
A new technical high school recently opened in Montgomery.
The school is called [Read more]
August 23, 2016 by Lisa
Alabama Senator Jim McClendon, who is from Springville, recently unveiled a new lottery proposal that would raise $427m a year, according to the Legislative Fiscal Office.
Senator McClendon introducde his [Read more]