Elizabeth Gentle

Elizabeth Gentle


Recent Articles by Elizabeth

  Student hit by vehicle walking home from school

  Georgia Senate runoff race could determine Alabama’s political future

  Virtual auction to help benefit Shoals Community Theatre

  Christmas spirit fills the halls of one Shoals school

  A company in Barton donated Thanksgiving over 1,000 meals to it’s employees

  Huntsville-Madison County Visitor Center temporarily closed

  Local attorney discusses Trump’s fight to keep the White House

  Shoals Community Theatre set to reopen October 1st

  Church leader speaks out on statewide Stand Your Ground amendment

  Limestone County Commissioner prepared in case of damage from Hurricane Sally

  Teacher leaves brick and mortar school for virtual learning instruction

  Operation Green Team donates metal stakes to Wreaths for Veterans

  Battle wins another term as mayor, Culver, Meredith head to run-off

  Greater Huntsville Humane Society making needed renovations

  Greater Huntsville Humane Society needs donations to pay mounting medical bills

  Elkmont High School cleaning, sanitizing ahead of future reopening

  Shoals Community Theater remains closed during COVID-19 pandemic

  Retired Florida police chief talks to Decatur educators about Parkland school shooting

  National coin shortage hits Valley banks, businesses

  Does mandatory mask order violate constitutional rights?

  UAH sorority house sanitized; local company kills COVID germs and other viruses

  Huntsville Hospital lab offering COVID-19 antibody testing

  Huntsville man continues walk to protest racial injustice

  Man walking from Huntsville to Minnesota in silent protest for George Floyd

  Helen Keller Birthplace struggling financially during pandemic; hackers hit bank account

  Shoals Theatre remains closed as entertainment industry looks for revenue relief soon

  North Alabama United Methodist leaders refraining from in-person worship until June 1

  Tuscumbia business owner ready to reopen Friday, easing back into business

  Colbert County testing for possible COVID-19 cases

  Florence art studio excited about reopening to the public