Monday, the Rainsville City Council approved an ordinance regarding the three-phase building inspections.
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.
The Rainsville Police Department held a moment of silence at the First Responder Memorial in the city park last week for a Tuscaloosa police officer who was shot to death on Sept. 16.
The Rainsville Police Department and the Rainsville Fire Department have organized a day of remembrance to honor the first responders, victims and survivors of 9/11.
The Rainsville Chamber of Commerce held its annual Golf Tournament Scholarship Program last Saturday at the Rainsville Golf and Country Club.
In 2000, the Rainsville Chamber of Commerce launched the first Golf Tournament Scholarship Program at the Rainsville Golf and Country Club. From 2012 until 2015, the Chamber awarded three $1,500 scholarships. In 2016, the scholarship tournament raised more than $9,000, which resulted in the …
Rainsville Technology Inc. will host its seventh annual Mud Volleyball Tournament on August 10 to raise funds for the Marine Toys for Tots and T1D Mothers of Diabetics Squad.
The Go Native app went live in Fort Payne July 8. This means that now, whether you live, work, or are just sitting at the sports complex in Fort Payne, you can have food delivered to you from a number of local restaurants.
This past week the Cornerstone Christian Academy Senior Beta Club traveled over 700 miles to compete at the National Beta Convention in Oklahoma City. Because of the dedicated support of Cornerstone family, Cornerstone was recognized with the highest attendance at the National Convention wit…
The Rainsville City Council on Monday heard from Rainsville Freedom Run Coordinator Jerry Clifton about the results and impact of the Rainsville Freedom Run 5K and 10K race on Saturday.
The Rainsville Freedom Run 5K and 10K 11th annual race took place this past weekend with runners from 13 different states and five different countries present.
Tuesday night the E-911 Jimmy Wright Emergency Operations Complex hosted a QPR Training for suicide prevention presented by The SAM Foundation. The training was open to the entire community, as well as police, fire, 911 and first responder personnel.
The Rainsville City Council on Monday approved to continue their project of installing cameras to monitor the city park and the Field of Dreams Sports Complex to counteract recent vandalism.
The Rainsville City Council set the city’s Arbor Day celebration for Feb. 7 at the Rainsville City Park. Tree City USA Board Chairperson Kayron Guffey said they’re planning on planting the trees after lunch, weather permitting.