Founded in 1871 as a steel-making center, Birmingham grew quickly into Alabama's largest city and earned the nickname "The Magic City." Today, it is a hub of activity that's famous for its year-round calendar of entertainment, great shopping and marvelous dining.
One of the biggest mile markers on life’s path is graduation. Chelsie Kahn is a senior at Fort Payne High School preparing to take that big step into adulthood. With a 4.0 grade average she has a lot of possibilities available to her.
Florence is west of Fort Payne and takes approximately two and a half hours by car.
Their slogan is “We’re what you love about the south,” they are Athens, Alabama. Athens resides in Limestone County and is just under a two-hour drive from Fort Payne. The city offers a multitude of things to do. The first stop should be at the Athens/Limestone Visitor Center (256-230-2716) located at 100 North Beaty Street, where maps and brochures are available to navigate the city.
In this age of disposability creative minds are finding brilliant ways to repurpose all sorts of items. To repurpose means to disguise something old as something new.
Stores sell humidifiers and dehumidifiers, knowing when to use each one is key in health and home improvement.
Dawn Wampler served the public’s interest as a school bus driver, for 14 years. Recently she made the move to retirement, however she has found that now she is busier than ever before.
Companies who provide oxygen tank services estimate there are close to 20 million Americans who need oxygen therapy at home. Having this service is more serious than most realize.
Vacation planning usually involves visiting a metropolis or a national park, but small towns can offer big rewards.
Cullman, Alabama located less than two hours away from Fort Payne offers hidden treasures for mini-vacationers. Most folks ‘round these here parts know that Cullman is famous for their Ave Maria Grotto, but a visit to Cullman might provide more than expected.