With other states around the country lifting mask mandates and COVID-19 restrictions many are wondering if we’re next. Our current state health order is set to expire Friday if Governor Kay Ivey doesn’t extend it, but hospital leaders are already pushing her to keep it in place.
Home delivery of alcohol is now one step closer thanks to a bill lawmakers are currently debating this legislative session, but not everyone is rejoicing with the possibility. Some local groups report they were left out of consideration.
An affidavit lays out the government’s argument that there is enough probable cause to charge Phillip Andrew Bromley with Unlawful Entry of a Restricted Building and Disorderly Conduct on Capitol Grounds.
The Alabama Department of Public Health announced today its launch of a new online portal for people to check their eligibility for their vaccination, and to make appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations at county health departments!
Two of the bills being introduced this legislative session in Montgomery are aimed at the Alabama Memorial Preservation Act. One of them is intended to strengthen it, the other essentially strip it away.
The mayor and city leaders have also issued a curfew that runs from 6:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. for the storm damaged areas. The curfew will remain in place until the next regularly scheduled council meeting on February 9, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
Alabama’s leaders are reacting to the inauguration of President Joe Biden and many are promising, despite having political differences, to work with the new administration where common ground can be found.
Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry posted on Facebook “After almost a year of hard work, therapy, and a tremendous amount of love and support from his friends, family, co-workers and the entire community; Adam is back!”
President Donald Trump became the first president in history to be impeached twice. Critics have questioned why with just a few days left in his presidency, and others are looking forward to a Senate trial.