The St. James Hotel will be part of a worldwide ghost hunting event this weekend.
Following a strategic planning summit on Thursday, Sept. 23 Selma City Schools has released a draft for its proposed updates to the Framework For Excellence plan.
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Selma is one of 30 communities to be selected for the Economic Development Academy, a program by the Alabama League of Municipalities (ALM).
Rural Health Medical Program Inc. (RHMPI) is offering a COVID drive-thru testing today at the old Regions Bank side parking lot from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
As our scholars returned to school this fall, many did so after not having been in school or on a regular school routine for many months. For some, it was over a year. With this being the case, school attendance matters more than ever.
Selma City Schools is hosting a strategic planning summit on Thursday morning to get feedback from parents, businesses and the community about the five-year strategic plan, A Framework for Excellence.
It appears there are plans for two special sessions this fall for the Alabama Legislature to address a couple of important issues for the state.
Selma City Councilwoman Jannie Thomas along with other council members will kick off the annual litter cleanup day with an event on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Blackbelt Benefit Group and the City of Selma will hold a cleanup and beautification of the Selma to Montgomery Byway on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Selma's Jerria Martin was appointed by Gov. Kay Ivey to serve on the Alabama Public Library Service Board of Directors.
A father-and-son bass fishing team from Selma is ranking high on the list of teams that could win the Alabama Bass Trail Angler of the Year tournament this Saturday at Cooter’s Pond in Prattville.
Farm supply and feed stores cannot keep a livestock deworming medication on the shelves because social media posts are calling it a cure for COVID-19.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is urging pregnant women and adolescents of ages 12 through 17 to get their COVID vaccines following concerns over the amount of hospitalizations that have occurred.
Sixth-grade science students in Perry County’s Francis Marion School will learn about water this fall with a unique program based on the Cahaba River and Cahaba Riverkeeper’s popular Swim Guide program.
Tender collard greens flavored with ham hock, onion, green pepper, celery and red pepper make up this thick and flavorful gumbo. Serve over brown rice for an all-time favorite meal any night of the week. Recipe from USDA’s MyPlate.
The Alabama State Council on the Arts has awarded a total of $3,667,300 to arts organization in Alabama, including ArtsRevive and the Black Belt Community Foundation.
Tomorrow the Selma and Dallas County Chamber of Commerce will hold ribbon cutting ceremonies for two new Selma businesses, with a third to be held on Monday, Sept. 20.
The band was all right. They played to a crowded joint of people who’d clocked out for the weekend. Folks who needed something greasy to eat and cold to drink.
R.B. Hudson STEAM Academy Cicely Curtis has been nominated for the 2021-2022 national LifeChanger of the Year award, sponsored by the National Life Group Foundation.
In a heated meeting, the Selma City Council voted to overrule a recommendation from the city’s mayor, police chief and information technology director and hired SelCom to install surveillance cameras in the city.
Eli Gold, the voice of the University of Alabama football team, spoke to the Selma Quarterback Club on Tuesday.
The Dallas County Courthouse Annex has a new name. It is now the J.L. Chestnut Jr. and Bruce C. Boynton Judicial Building in honor of two of Dallas County’s most prominent attorneys and civil rights leaders.
Vassers Mini Mart owner Jamie Calvert passed away on Saturday at age 55. The store is closed on Tuesday so staff can attend Calvert's funeral service.
The Rotary Club of Selma honored fallen officer Marquis Moorer with a thank you lunch for first responders and frontline COVID workers on Monday.
Dallas County employees are getting a raise and a bonus this year, thanks to the American Rescue Plan and the Dallas County Commission.
Vaughan Regional Medical Center (VRMC) will offer doses of the Moderna vaccine tomorrow on Sept. 14, a change from the usual distribution on Thursdays.
After being canceled last year due to COVID-19, a popular event is back this year. The Alabama Wildlife Federation’s Selma Wild Game Cook-off is set for Oct. 21 on Water Avenue in front of Carneal ArtsRevive building.
The Saints Virtual Academy is now offering an independent virtual learning option through a program titled Acellus CyberSchool.
Global Ties Alabama will present a virtual walkthrough of the Civil Rights Movement in Selma with a panel of experts on Wednesday, Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
If you are an energetic, positive, outgoing person who likes to entertain, it only seems natural that you would want to open an entertainment venue.