Fort Payne doesn’t have an official Main Street, at least as far as a road with that name, but we do have that spirit and Tuesday afternoon we’re going to celebrate it.
We in DeKalb County have known too much tragedy concerning people on bicycles. That’s why it was refreshing to see our freshman state Rep. Nathaniel Ledbetter push for laws getting a minimum cushion for cyclists on the roads.
Lynn Brewer and Connie Fuller must be two of the happiest women in Fort Payne this week with news that the Main Street project they led was accepted.
Inside today’s Times-Journal is a magazine highlighting 40 young leaders — actually 42, counting couples — who are making a difference in DeKalb County.
The first class of Leadership DeKalb County’s rebirth has graduated. The kinks have been worked out, and now the program is ready to soar.
The Fyffe football and cheerleading, Fort Payne boys soccer and 800-meter girls track relay teams led the way this year, bring state championships back to DeKalb County.
State Sen. Phil Williams, during the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce legislative coffee last week, mentioned that the conversation about combining the General Fund and Education Trust Fund budgets is one that’s starting to get some traction down in Montgomery.
The four Sylvania students behind a senior “prank” at the school after graduation will pay a price — and a fair one at that.
Too often through the years, Alabama’s presidential preference primaries have been an afterthought.