Wallace Community College Selma graduated the first 15 students from a program designed to help Dallas County develop its workforce. Read more
The Dallas County Family Resource Center has been awarded $100,000 from Gov. Kay Ivey, who appropriated the funds from the Emergency Solutions Grants program.
The Alabama Department of Labor (ADOL) has released its unemployment rate for the month of September, reporting it as 3.1%, which is unchanged from August but lower than last year's rate of 6.7%.
The city of Selma is positioning itself to get on the “ground floor” of the state’s coming medical marijuana industry.
The Buddy Watch Walk event presented by One House Inc. and Restoring Veterans Hope Org will raise awareness of veteran suicides on Saturday, Oct. 23.
Last week a politician in our state implied some negative things about our state’s farmers. Imagine that – a politician throwing stones at another profession. Funny, isn’t it? And of all times, it happens to be National Farm to School Month, a time for educating our children about the import…
Black Belt Community Foundation's (BBCF) Head Start Program is taking applications as it kicks off its fall recruitment.
My Apple Dapple Cake is an updated version of the vintage recipe that combines apples, pecans, butter and more into a decadent dessert that is one of the most moist (or is it moistest?) cakes I’ve ever eaten. The butter and brown sugar caramel sauce fills in holes you poke across the cake to…
Selma was one of several cities to receive funding from the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant or JAG program, said an announcement from Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-7).
Cemetery Preservation Group Inc. (CPG) has received a $7,500 grant from Alabama Humanities Alliance (AHA) to be used for the repairs and upkeep of Selma's three cemeteries.
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