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After all, the company that is now Alabama's largest brewery started brewing its beer before it even had its own brewery - working an arrangement with Lazy Magnolia Brewing Co.
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An estimated 5,500 doctors in the United States are concierge doctors - physicians who charge patients an annual fee, usually ranging from $600 to $1,800 a year or more, in exchange for shorter wait times and more access for care.
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HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- This week is all about fashion as the Alabama Fashion Alliance hosts their annual Fashion Week Alabama, showcasing designer wear, hair and more for the spring-summer show.
Who has all the money where you live? If you live in Alabama, that answer is now a little easier to find.
Newspaper executive Robert Jackson will be taking over as publisher. He has been vice president of sales and operations for Consolidated Publishing, which owns The Daily Home, The St. Clair Times, the Anniston Star and several other weekly papers in northeast Alabama.
The Alabama's Sheriff's Association came out against the bill that would allow people to carry loaded guns in their vehicles without the need for a concealed carry permit, if it passes into law.
"We empathize with the Collars' desire to prevent future injury and future harm to others under similar circumstances."
The bill is being pushed by the Alabama Department of Corrections [official website], and passed [AP report] the House by a vote of 77-19.
Police in Athens arrested a man wanted in Morgan County on marijuana related charges.
First Bancshares is expanding further into Alabama, announcing yesterday that it will buy BCB Holding Co.
Greatness, said Alabama first lady Dianne Bentley, is found alongside hard work, innovation and creativity.
When Cynthia Stinson looks out her window at the smoldering rubble that was once Mentone Springs Hotel and White Elephant Antique Galleries, the view has drastically changed.
Alabama legislators passed several restrictive abortion bills this week, including one that could mean felony charge against any doctor performing such a procedure on a woman who'd been pregnant as little as six weeks.
House members voted 77-19 for the bill being sought by the Alabama Department of Corrections.
They address subjects including pine trees, whisky, humility, shouting, civil rights and celestial events.
A bill designed to make sure Alabamians don't take out multiple payday loans has cleared its first vote in the Alabama Legislature.
Normally, traditionally, reporters don't write declarations. Not like that. I know I never have.