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Jefferson County Health Officer Mark Wilson said in a press conference on Tuesday afternoon that he had drafted a more restrictive health order after seeing many residents conducting nonessential business over the weekend. Ultimately, Wilson decided not to issue the more stringent order, but…

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It’s an honor presented to senior athletes around the state who display perseverance while overcoming difficulties, and one of the 104 student-athletes awarded this year comes from Corner High School.

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The Kimberly City Council on Monday met for the first time since COVID-19 forced Alabama into a state of lockdown. 

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Steve Savarese, Executive Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Association, posted a video on Wednesday, urging everyone to adhere to public health orders in the midst of this coronavirus outbreak.

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The Caring Center, located in Gardendale, is still serving clients in need, despite the scary circumstances surrounding the coronavirus pandemic facing the nation.

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People are staying home to avoid the novel coronavirus, but it may linger on commonly used surfaces for longer than you think. A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine examined how long the novel coronavirus can live in the air and on certain surfaces. A virologist and an infectiou…

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Kam Woods is a four-time Alabama Sports Writers Association (ASWA) All-State selection and a three-time finalist for Mr. Basketball—an annual award presented to the state’s top high school player. As the 2020 NJN Basketball Player of the Year, Woods is a repeat winner.

Fultondale Fire Department added a new vehicle to the department’s fleet to respond to emergencies in the city.

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The Tokyo Olympics, which were originally scheduled to take place this summer, have been pushed back one year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) on Friday morning provided an update on the ongoing coronavirus situation, which has now closed Alabama public schools and stopped extracurricular activities.

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Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced on Thursday that there will be no more in-person school for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year.

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