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SATURDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
-- Late game from Friday. Lindsay Lane boys 68, Athens Bible 37: Tommy Murr scored 35 points and had seven assists in the blowout win. Lindsay Lane led 41-21 at halftime. Charlie Morrison scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Kacen Pierce led Athens Bible with 16 points.
JIMMY SMITH GMC BURGLARY: Athens man charged, more arrests likely
An Athens man was arrested Friday in connection to thefts and a burglary at Jimmy Smith GMC, an official said. Athens Police Chief Floyd Johnson said 19-year-old Jaterrius Tywon Burrell of East Sanderfer Road was arrested on warrants for two counts of first-degree theft and one count of third-degree
Elkmont beats Ardmore in overtime
Elkmont senior Davis Hobbs doesn't have many more games to play against rival Ardmore, so he wanted to make sure he and his teammates got a win against the Tigers on their home court Thursday night.
Weather could cause delay for students in Limestone Co., officials say
Weather will affect school start times for many students tomorrow. That could include students in Limestone County schools. School officials are already monitoring the roads to make sure they're safe for buses.
Hartselle woman charged with using meth while pregnant
DECATUR, Ala. – Police have charged a woman with chemical endangerment after they said she and the child both tested positive for methamphetamine. Brooke Kimberly Hanvey, 20, was arrested Friday.
LIMESTONE BOE: Cost-saving measures remain focus
The Limestone County Board of Education considered a handful of money-saving options and how best to spend the remainder of their leveraged funds during a work session Thursday.
Tinsel trails opening in area
Local parks will display their holiday finest as tinsel trails open in Ardmore, Hartselle, Athens and Decatur.
Central Church of Christ to open as warming center tonight
Central Church of Christ will open its doors at 5 p.m. tonight as a warming center. With temperatures expected to drop below freezing, anyone who does not have heat or access to warm shelter is welcome to visit the church on U.S. 31 in Athens.
Man found dead after chase in Lawrence County
MOULTON — A Decatur man is dead following a brief chase with law enforcement agencies on Saturday, according to authorities. Lawrence County Coroner Greg Randolph said the man died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound sometime between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.
Abandoned house gutted in late morning fire
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - A late morning fire off of Blue Springs road has kept Huntsville firefighters busy. The call came in shortly before 12:00 p.m. that smoke was showing from a structure in the 3000 block of Blue Springs Road. The house, which was abandoned, sits near a homeless camp. There was no po
Suspect in custody after Dollar General robbery
A Huntsville police officer suffered what is described as a “minor leg injury,” while pursuing a suspect after a robbery and attempted robbery were reported Sunday morning. The officer was treated and released and a suspect is now in custody.
Madison getting Alabama's first Duluth Trading Company store
MADISON, Ala. - The Madison community came out to see the groundbreaking for the new Duluth Trading Company store. The store will be a part of Town Madison and will be located near the Trash Pandas baseball stadium. It will be the first Duluth Trading Company store in Alabama.
ALDOT update on U.S. 31 work related to new Athens High School
-On Friday, December 7, the Alabama Department of Transportation provided the City of Athens with an update on the traffic improvement project for U.S. 31 around the new Athens High School.
COMMENTARY: Christmas is a time to make memories
Christmas is perhaps my favorite time of the year. Like most folks, I have many fond memories to reflect upon. I remember school musicals, Christmas parades and many other events. I often view the Christmas season as a time of celebration.
Piney Chapel starts its own tinsel trail
Although not quite as glitzy as Huntsville's Tinsel Trail or Athens North Pole Stroll, Piney Chapel Elementary School's first ever outdoor Christmas tree display is all heart. Inspired after a trip to Huntsville's Tinsel Trail last year, Principal Rebecca Daniels said she thought starting a smaller-
Huntsville officer injured after New Market robbery leads to police chase
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - An officer has been taken to the hospital after a robbery led to a police chase in northeast Huntsville. Authorities received a report around 7:15 a.m. of a robbery at the Dollar General on Winchester Road in New Market. Shortly after, an attempted robbery was reported at the
Huntsville Weekend Roundup November 30 – December 2
The holiday season is in full swing here in the Tennessee Valley – and I don’t even have my tree up yet, so that’s what I’ll be up to. But there’s also SO MUCH going on this weekend that it’s hard to know where to start. So strap in, take notes, and down a shot of eggnog… it’s time for the first Hun
Firm that makes jail industry products has plans for last Delphi building on market
TANNER — The country was emerging from a recession when automotive supplier Delphi closed its operations here in 2009. “It was a bad time to have vacant buildings, especially since they were about 600,000 square feet,” said Tom Hill, president of the Limestone County Economic Development Association
Heavy rain, gusty winds through Sunday morning, a few flurries possible Sunday night/Monday morning!
To say that Saturday has been a cold, wet and windy day is an understatement. Temperatures hovered in the low 40s from Saturday morning all through Saturday evening, with the Huntsville Airport logging as many as 12 continuous hours at 43 degrees.
Roaches and dirty drink nozzles on this week’s Restaurant Ratings
Mop water was being poured out in the parking lot. The drink nozzles needed cleaning. The manager said they are going to do better cleaning the nozzles and have gone over cleaning procedures with employees.