Selma City Schools' Strong Start PreK program at Sofia P. Kingston Elementary School is accepting registration for the 2021-2022 school year.
Vaughan Regional Medical Center located in Selma held a surprise retirement celebration for longtime employee, Geneva Carter, on Wednesday, June 23. Carter has been with Vaughan since 1985. But her relationship with the medical center goes back to 1973.
Our x-SEL Summer Learning is off to an incredible start. We had more than 800 scholars join us for the first week of learning. Shout out to our teachers, leaders, support staff and partners for welcoming these babies and providing a safe, supportive and excellent experience.
Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-7) has introduced a bill with Rep. Drew Ferguson (GA-3) to keep rural hospitals open through reimbursements from the federal government.
Deshadia Lowery of Orrville is one of 27 high school students and recent graduates from rural Alabama participating in annual programs this summer at The University of Alabama where they learn about the need rural communities have for more doctors and other health care professionals.
The Selma City Council celebrated the life of Nancy Gardner Sewell by lowering the flag for a week, placing a black wreath at her former city council seat and by approving a resolution.
The Selma Charity League's Summer Fun Poker Run will be held this Saturday, June 26 starting with Selma City Marina and ending at Long Beach Sandbar.
The Alabama Department of Public Health will give out the first dose of Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccine in Orrville on July 20, followed by a second dose on August 17.
Selma has already counted 11 homicides for 2021, which is one more than all of 2020 – and there are still six more months left to go in the year.
A recent rash of gun violence in Selma and Dallas County gave the 5th Annual Stop the Violence Rally on Saturday additional significance.
Devon Gray has resigned as executive director of the Blackbelt Benefit Group, said a message released from the organization on Thursday.
The Selma City Council is ready to see action on plans brought by St. James Hotel developer to bring a restaurant to Songs of Selma Park and redevelop the former Byrd School.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) will hold a Moderna vaccine clinic at the Burnsville Volunteer Fire Department in July and August.
The Exchange Club of Selma celebrated 100 years of community service by presenting $500 checks to three local charities.
The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) has awarded $3.1 million to multiple agencies, including one that serves Dallas County, to help weatherize homes for the elderly and low-income.
The Coalition of Concerned Families (CCF) is asking the public to take part in Yellow Ribbon Week from June 13 to 19 to remember the victims of COVID.
The Selma Art Guild (SAG) held its Summer Show reception and recognized prize-winning artists Sunday, June 6 from 2-4 p.m. at the SAG Gallery located at 508 Selma Ave. and awarded prize checks.
We made it! That was the sentiment of many of the members of Team Selma as last week came to a close. It truly felt like we crossed the finish line of the most challenging race ever. And we made it.
A Nonprofit Networking Series online workshop sponsored by the Alabama Power Foundation on grant writing will be held on June 17 led by Goodrich Foundation Executive Director Carol Butler.
The Christian Outreach Alliance (COA) Food Pantry will give food out tomorrow at Chestnut BLVD but will not hold its originally scheduled June 24 distribution.
Adults and teens from Denver in town for a service mission last week said they received as much as they gave on their visit to Selma.
Vaughan Regional Medical Center will hold an event tomorrow and the following day to benefit the volunteers of the hospital.
Selma City Councilwoman Jannie Thomas will sponsor a "Stop the Violence" event hosted by former Councilwoman Angela Benjamin on Saturday, June 12 at Selma University.
After low river levels made getting boats into the Alabama River during Memorial Day weekend difficult, residents took to social media to fight for the city of Selma to make dredging at Selma Marina a higher priority.
Taylor White, a senior at Selma High School, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from ClearWater Solutions at a meeting of the West Dallas Water Authority.
Old Cahawba Archaeological Park will hold a celebration sponsored by the Free and Accepted Masons of Alabama for their 200th anniversary on June 12.
As part of 2021’s Hurricane Preparedness Week, Alabama Power is announcing new methods of communicating with customers, including an interactive map and personalized alerts. These tools give customers the information they need – how and when they want it.
Selma resident and City Councilman Clay Carmichael was announced as the Local Hero of the Month for May by Long-Lewis Automotive Group.
A Payne Elementary School teacher is among 16 students to be featured on the 2020-2021 "Alexander Shunnarah Teacher of the Month" series of billboards.
Mike and Whitney Ross of Selma won third place in the Alabama Catfish Series tournament at Selma Marina on May 22.