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Car rolls over on U.S. 72
At least three people were transported by ambulance from the location ...
- 3 arrested at local motels on drug charges
Tests: No common germ behind Alabama illness cluster
Nine people suffered a flu-like illness with symptoms like fever, cough and shortness of breath.
- City pool to open this weekend
- Pryor, Beaty streets closed today
Franklin residents start tornado relief effort
It was April 27, 2011, when a tornado hit Franklin, Lawrence and Marion counties, leaving death, injuries and miles of destruction.
Athens Parks & Recreation prepares for summer lineup
Starting this Saturday, the pool at the Athens Sportsplex will be open from noon until 5 p.m. every Monday through Saturday.
Retiring Pond Spring director reflects on job, home’s restoration
The Wheeler home is full of original furniture, clothing and portraits, each with a unique story that Beasley tells with a smile, like it is her first time to ever recount the piece of history to a visitor.
Holladay selected superintendent
The Athens City Board of Education voted 5-2 Wednesday to hire William "Trey" Holladay as superintendent contingent on contract approval. Holladay, a 1987 Athens State College graduate, is the principal of Oxford High School and director of alternative programs and athletics for Oxford City Schools.
BREAKING: New superintendent named for Athens City Schools
Athens city school board named a new superintendent at its meeting Wednesday night.
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