“It’s impossible for men living under those conditions to social distance. Inmates share showers, use communal soap and relieve themselves in bathrooms where the urinals are no more than inches a part. There is no separation, says Siegelman.
The economy has come to a screeching halt, in the onslaught of curfews and highly restrictive quarantines. But amidst this season of economic uncertainty, a woman-owned business is delivering, quite literally.
“The corrupt administration at Limestone County needs to go and that’s Captain Roberson who implemented the bucket detail which is pretty much shackling someone to a bucket in the name of finding contraband,” said another woman.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) Office for Operational Excellence (OOE) has a role in a recently funded program to integrate additive manufacturing into the United States Army and pilot an additive manufacturing-based supply chain.
Governor Kay Ivey announced on Tuesday that Japan-based DaikyoNishikawa US plans to invest $110 million to open an auto parts manufacturing facility in Huntsville to serve the Mazda Toyota Manufacturing U.S.A. assembly plant now under construction.
Jim Hays, John Hays, and Jeff Enfinger said they will construct a community that will contain 1090 homes, an entertainment district, a nature preserve, retail and restaurant locations, a six-mile walking trail, townhouses, a dog park and more.
University of Alabama System Chancellor (Interim) Fess St. John will recommend Dr. Darren Dawson of Kansas State University as the next president of The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) to the Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama System at its meeting in Huntsville on April 12.
More than two dozen Tennessee Riverkeeper Volunteers removed over 2,900 lbs of litter from Brush Creek today, a tributary of the Tennessee River in Decatur.This includes about 23 bags of recyclables and 63 bags of trash, as well as other large and heavy items such as tires.
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.