The Alabama Department of Public Health is in talks with Walmart and other large companies to disseminate COVID vaccine to more people, but there isn’t enough vaccine to even meet the needs of the first wave of eligible Alabamians, according to ADPH’s Monday’s COVID update.
A former officer of the Selma Police Department has been sentenced to five years probation after pleading guilty to felony obstruction-of-justice charges for an incident that occurred in April 2020.
3-D mammography, the latest technology for detecting breast cancer, is now available at Vaughan Regional Medical Center.
The Selma and Dallas County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Information will host a ceremony celebrating the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for the St. James Hotel Selma on Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Dallas County is reporting 3,129 cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday night, an increase of 28 cases since Thursday. Deaths remained at 96.
The Alabama Department of Labor (ADOL) has released its data on the unemployment rate, showing a drop of 3.9% in December throughout the state although Selma remains among the highest.
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System has named Callie Nelson to be one of two new Assistant Directors for County Extension Office Operations for the State, based out of Auburn University.
Hundreds of Dallas County residents stood in line at Wallace Community College Selma on Thursday for the first vaccination clinic held by the Dallas County health department to give out the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dallas County is reporting 3,088 cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday night, an increase of 37 cases since Tuesday. Deaths remained at 96.
The new year is off and running and what an amazing start. Yes, I mean that somewhat sarcastically and have been appalled by the national news. Still I have had more than a few laughs with friends and family regarding social media posts about the new year. One of my favorite memes for the ye…
Dallas County is reporting 3,051 cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday night, an increase of 18 cases since Monday. Deaths remained at 96.
Four state Senators have written an open letter to the Alabama Department of Public Health saying the Alabama public is paying “a deadly price” because ADPH isn’t counting the number of vaccinations it’s given.
The Dallas County Health Department's COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic set for Jan. 21 and 28 has moved its location to Wallace Community College Selma.
The 20th Annual Safe Haven Center "Stop the Violence Caravan and Rally" was held Monday on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, starting at Brown Chapel and ending with speeches and songs at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
FEMA, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and Alabama Emergency Management Agency (EMA) will hold a webinar on assistance for those who were affected by Hurricane Zeta.
ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Ala. - Traditionally, the third Monday in January is recognized as the MLK Day of Service. More importantly, it is a federal holiday to honor the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the legacy he left behind. King, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, was a prominent…
The John Lewis Bridge Project announced on Monday that Alabama State Sen. Malika Sanders-Fortier of Selma will sponsor legislation in the upcoming session giving the local delegation the authority to consider whether to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
Dallas County is reporting 3,031 cases of COVID-19 as of Sunday night, an increase of three cases since Saturday. Deaths remained at 96.
Selma City Schools reported Friday that plans to reopen schools later this month have been postponed until further notice due to increased COVID-19 cases.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) reports administering 130,394 doses of COVID-19 vaccine in Alabama as of Jan. 15, and plans to start giving vaccine to those eligible at county health departments by appointment on Monday.
Dallas County is reporting 3,028 cases of COVID-19 as of Saturday, an increase of 49 since Thursday, and 96 deaths, an increase of eight in two days.
A Microsoft Philanthropies program titled Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) is looking to expand in Alabama, including the Black Belt region where Selma and other communities resides. The goal of TEALS is to help teachers create CS and technology education programs so tha…
MainStreet Urgent Care is offering COVID vaccine at its Selma location.They do not accept appointments, but use same-day online registration which opens two hours prior to the clinic opening.They are also encouraging residents to reach out to an elderly neighbor or family member and help the…
The deadline for disaster loans related to the damage caused by Hurricane Zeta is Feb. 8, says the U.S. Small Business Administration, which encourages those affected to apply.
Santana Hurry has been chosen by the public for Long-Lewis Automotive Group's Local Hero of the Month for December.
Dallas County is reporting 2,979 cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday, an increase of 22 since Wednesday, and 88 deaths, an increase of 19 in one day.
The Dallas County Health Department will be offering a COVID vaccine clinic on Jan. 21 and 28 at Bloch Park to those eligible on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Wallace Community College Selma (WCCS) is partnering with Propel Center in Atlanta to support students of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
There are no more new COVID vaccines coming into Dallas County until mid-February, the city’s COVID czar told the Selma City Council Tuesday.
An announcement from Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-07) said that the USDA Food and Nutrition Service has approved D-snap benefits for residents in Dallas County and others affected by Hurricane Zeta in November of 2020.
To celebrate Alabama Crimson Tide's victory over Ohio State, Regions Bank is offering debit cards and checks commemorating the College Football Playoff National Championship.
Dallas County is reporting 2,959 cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday, an increase of 30 cases since Monday. The death toll increased to 69, an increase of 24 in one day.