Several Scottsboro citizens are up in arms about the truck route situation in the city. Many citizens believe Porter Road should be the designated truck route in Scottsboro.
The Scottsboro City Council discussed two items concerning the Scottsboro Municipal Airport at its work session Monday evening. It discussed leasing a maintenance hangar and the city’s grant match for improvements at the airport.
A bit of history traveled the water ways through Scottsboro Tuesday. The World War II-era USS LST-325 came down the Tennessee River on its way to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where it will be docked at Ross’s Landing until Aug. 27.
The Well Family Worship Center hosted its fifth annual 12 Bushels Open golf tournament on Thursday, Aug. 15 at Goose Pond Planation Golf Course. The goal of the tournament is to raise money for The Well’s 12 Bushels Food Distribution ministry.
Veterans Memorial Park of Jackson County continues to achieve good progress. The installation of the informational kiosks has begun. The first two pages on a kiosk frame have been installed.
Jackson County DHR is set to move into Brownwood Elementary School on Oct. 1, and the Scottsboro City Schools Board of Education is getting ready for the move.
Brenda Hillis and Linda Saint are the founders of the service group ‘2 Sisters Rock’. The group was started in July 2017 after the two were inspired by another rock tribute garden.
Motorcyclists from across the southeast will come together Sept. 21, 2019, for a scenic ride across the north Alabama region to honor Native American Indians. Now in its 26th year, the Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride travels from Bridgeport in the northeastern part of Alabama to…
Scottsboro City Schools Superintendent Dr. Jay Reyes attended the Scottsboro City Council work session Monday evening to discuss additional school resource officers.
Brianna Welch and her mother, Tanya Welch recently decided to start a crayon drive for the Children’s Hospital of Birmingham after discovering that the hospital used about 4,000 crayons per week equating to 208,000 crayons every year. Brianna explained that the pair felt that even though thi…
The local chapter of Jackson County Habitat for Humanity is throwing a party to help raise money to benefit a new Habitat homeowner and her two sons.
Fall semester at Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) is fast approaching. Early registration is going on now by appointment. Contact your advisor today in person or online, or the Admissions Office for assistance.
Jaime Thomas attended the Scottsboro City Council meeting on Monday afternoon to discuss her concerns about 18 wheelers driving through residential neighborhoods in the city.
The City of Scottsboro is hosting a Back to School Bash 5K and fun run on Aug. 3, starting at 8 p.m. The Back to School Bash is benefitting the Jackson County Children’s Advocacy Center and Sadye’s Fund.
Alan Cox, general manager of High County Toyota, has been named one of Automotive News’ 40 Under 40, a program that honors 40 high achievers at new car dealerships who are under 40 years old.
The W.E.T. (Water, Environment and Tourism) Foundation is launching a public awareness and conservation campaign called “My Lake Guntersville.” The foundation consists of elected officials, business leaders, anglers and homeowners from Marshall and Jackson counties, committed to maintaining a healthy, vital lake life.
The Jackson County Historical Association will meet on Sunday, July 28, at 2 p.m., in the historic Stevenson Depot Hotel, located next to the Stevenson Depot Museum in downtown Stevenson.
Former Auburn head football coach Tommy Tuberville, who is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, will be in Scottsboro Saturday evening for a meet and greet.
A group of Scottsboro Junior High students won first place in the engineering category at the National Junior Beta Club Convention in Oklahoma City this June.
According to the Alabama Department of Transportation, Alabama Highway 71, between County Road 99 and County Road 697 north of Flat Rock, will be closed to through traffic from 6 p.m. on Friday, July 16 to 6 a.m. on Monday, July 22, weather permitting, for a pipe repair.