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Friday, U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Alabama) announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded Uniontown a $23,437,500 grant to rehabilitate the city’s entire wastewater...
Turnout in Tuesday’s primary runoff was just 12.7 percent across the state. That percentage, however, varied wildly across the state. Many Democrats did not vote as...
Democratic Gubernatorial candidate James Fields released a statement emphasizing his commitment to protecting Alabama’s natural resources. “My plan is to take better care of Alabama’s waterways,...
Wednesday, Congresswoman Terri Sewell, D-Selma, has authored an op-ed in The Hill calling for action addressing deteriorating wastewater infrastructure. “Four years ago today Flint, Mich., changed...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Monday, May 1, 2017, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey was named States’ Co-Chair for the Delta Regional Authority (DRA) and is...
By Rep. Darrio Melton Over the past 5 years, Alabama has invested millions to bring businesses to our state. We have sent representatives around the world...
By Rep. Darrio Melton The 2016 legislative session is right around the corner, and the Republican Supermajority is already divided on the best approach to the...
By Rep. Darrio Melton In politics and in life, there is seldom a “silver bullet” solution. Panaceas and cure-alls are typically the talk of snake oil...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter On Thursday, October 15, the Alabama Parks System will close five of its parks. Bladon Springs, Chickasaw, Paul Grist, Roland...
By Sen. Hank Sanders When one community gets a cold, another community gets pneumonia. I heard variations of this wise saying many times as I grew...