A Kentucky man who often plays Tennessee Lottery games is relieved he double-checked his “Gigantic Jumbo Bucks” ticket this week. Turns out what he first thought was a non-winner was worth a whopping four million dollars.
The construction of the nearly 135,000 square foot manufacturing plant is nearing completion.The site spans the length of nearly two and a half football fields and is primed to become one of the most productive manufacturing plants in the U.S.
Redstone Arsenal will be closed for official business on Wednesday, December 5 to observe of the National Day of Mourning in honor of the passing of President George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the United States.
Set for 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, the eighth annual event offers an evening of roasting marshmallows, special activities for children, visits with Santa, door-prize giveaways and, of course, plenty of cider prepared by downtown merchants.
The Christmas Holiday season is in full swing and with it increases in thefts of packages left unattended at residences. Madison Police remind our citizens to take a few precautions to guard against package thieves, or “Porch Pirates” as they are better known.
After winning first place in the egg preparation and demonstration competition at the National 4-H Poultry and Egg Conference in Kentucky, Clements High School sophomore Hannah Enskat may have finally settled the age-old question about which came first, the chicken or the egg.
No other homeless shelter in the area allows a married couple to stay together. Genders are segregated - even at mealtime. Single moms are separated from sons 13-years-old and older; the teens have to go into the men’s side alone.As for single dads? There really isn’t any provision in Huntsville f