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Governor wants 2-year delay on tax credits
Teacher lobbyist Henry Mabry says the tax credits were a horrible mistake and they won't be any better in two years.
Athens-based LawLers competing for BBQ sauce title
The BBQ Sauce-Off Championship starts at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Pepper Place Market on Birmingham's Southside.
Company's efficiency efforts rewarded
The light upgrades will ultimately save Federal-Mogul approximately $176,981.80 per year.
Local officials react to feds proposal to lower blood-alcohol limits
Not everyone supports such a change. The recommendation prompted criticism from restaurant trade groups.
Bridge of Hope aids adoptions
Bridge of Hope was formed in July 2008, and has assisted 31 families from Alabama and six other states as they adopted children from eight countries, including the U.S., Peru, South Korea and Ethiopia
City OKs home demolition, franchise and sewer line
During the public comment portion of the meeting, council members heard a request from resident Ralph Diggins, who asked that city inspectors address three buildings on Market Street, across from the Limestone County Annex.
Alabama group dropped tax-exempt bid amid IRS delays
Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange, a Republican, issued a statement asking groups to contact his office if members believe their organization was targeted.
Attendees of tornado meeting say funds should be used on infrastructure
More than 50 county commissioners, mayors, consultants and residents listened as ADECA officials described what might be eligible for funding and how the grant process will work.
TVA to offer early retirement incentives
The Tennessee Valley Authority is offering retirement incentives to employees of some of its coal-fired power plants.
3rd Street closed for 4 hours today
The Water Department is closing 3rd Street for approximately four hours Tuesday.
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