City Councils in Fort Payne and Rainsville have voted to approve resolutions declaring mayors elected to the office without opposition. Brian Baine, left, will formally become Fort Payne Mayor on Nov. 2 while being sworn in with the council members elected. He is currently the council presid…
Rainsville Revenue and Zoning Officer Matt Crum and Detective Todd Bowen were promoted during Monday night's Rainsville City Council meeting.
Mayor Rodger Lingerfelt is seeking a second term as mayor of Rainsville. Lingerfelt stated, “Rainsville is a great place to live and raise a family. It has been an honor to serve as mayor, and it would be a privilege to serve again.”
Polyvance is currently offering two types of hand sanitizer to help fill the supply gap in today’s market. This project was the brainchild of a couple of our factory employees as a way to both help people out and to use our idle machinery and supplies.
The Rainsville Farmers Market is set to kick off the new season on Thursday, June 4, at the Field of Dreams Sports Complex pavilion near the Northeast Alabama Agri-business Center.
The Rainsville City Council discussed going back to holding meetings in the council chambers starting in June during Monday night’s meeting.
The City of Rainsville debuted four new “Welcome to Rainsville” signs this week that feature athletic accomplishments of Plainview High School and Cornerstone Christian Academy.
In response to the lack of hand sanitizer available in the stores currently, Polyvance is using its spare manufacturing capacity and ready supply of isopropyl alcohol to make hand sanitizer.
As communities continue to face the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, a multitude of establishments, including local libraries, have remained closed to the public to help slow the spread.
The Rainsville City Council approved the Small Cell Technology Ordinance 04-20-2020 Monday that will adopt regulations for small cell technology facilities in the city of Rainsville.
A capture from a video shared by Rainsville police on Facebook led to the arrest of a man in connection with the Wednesday burglary of a Farmers Telephone substation on Everett Road.
DeKalb County narcotics agents, interdiction agents, and deputies seized a large amount of methamphetamine on March 18 as part of an operation in the Fort Payne and Rainsville areas.
The Rainsville City Council held a budget workshop Monday night to discuss amending the budget for the citywide raises that passed in November of 2019.
During Thursday night’s work session, the Rainsville City Council heard from The Times-Journal Publisher Tricia Clinton-Dunne who presented Rainsville Police Chief Kevin Smith with the 2020 Times-Journal’s Citizen of Influence award.
Last week the Rainsville Mayor Roger Lingerfelt and Councilmen Bejan Taheri, Ricky Byrum and Derek Rosson traveled to Montgomery to promote the City of Rainsville and its future improvements.
In Monday's work session, the Rainsville City Council heard from Pam Clay, representative of the DeKalb County Economic Development Authority, requesting the council to consider granting a tax abatement to Rainsville Technology, Inc.
On Monday afternoon, the Narcotics & Interdiction Unit conducted a search warrant on County Road 577 and made approximately 30 drug arrests over the course of two months in the area stemming from traffic stops that led agents to the home.
DeKalb County Commission President Ricky Harcrow recognized local law enforcement during a Thursday ceremony in honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.
Business owner Rodney Williams spoke to the Rainsville City Council on Monday night, but the council did not abolish an ordinance that pertains to a rental property and lease fee.
The Rainsville City Council announced Monday it had received three bids for the two-part expansion of the city sewer line from Hwy 75 to Everett Road in Rainsville.
Broadway Baptist Church in Rainsville is hosting its “Walk Through Bethlem” event this Friday through Sunday from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each night.
Rainsville’s annual Christmas Parade is always special, but this year’s event on Dec. 7 at 11 a.m. will commemorate 60 years of bringing joy to local families.
Plainview third grade students enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast Friday in the company of educators and family who gathered for their annual celebration at the DeKalb County Schools Coliseum.
Rainsville’s 60th Christmas Parade will be Dec. 7 at 11 a.m. this year. Rainsville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Sandy Goff said the city is anticipating a “big turnout” for this years Christmas parade.