Congressman Gary Palmer (AL-06) announced Lynzie Liddell, a student at Briarwood Christian High School, as the winner of the Sixth District 2022 Congressional Art Competition. The Artist Reception was held on April 25, 2022.
Nashville has become “a destination for technology, culture, and business investment.” Could Birmingham have prospered similarly?
Next week, Alabama voters will cast their votes for the 2022 Primary Election.
An Autauga County farmer says a lightning strike killed a cow in his pasture during a storm on Sunday.
Nearly two centuries ago, Hans Christian Andersen wrote a proverbial tale that is worth revisiting frequently.
Alabama's election is next week.
Samford University in Birmingham has received the largest single donor gift ever received by an institution of higher education in Alabama — $100 million from the Marvin Mann estate.
Education must focus on children's needs, and parents must have the discretion to place their children in the educational environment that best prepares their children for life and work
Matt Whitaker, appointed by former President Donald Trump to serve as acting United States Attorney General after the resignation of former Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, announced his endorsement of Dr. Brian Christine in the District 15 Alabama State Senate race.
Alabama physicians will have to brush up on their “webside manner” now that a new law is on the books to improve the delivery of telehealth to patients across the state.
Our readers react to recent stories or current events, including a recent column by CEO Bryan Dawson.
The Birmingham Stallions moved to 5-0 this season with a 30-17 comeback victory over the Philadelphia Stars on Sunday at Protective Stadium.
In less than two weeks, Alabama voters will head to the polls to cast their votes in the 2022 Republican and Democratic primary elections.
A nationwide manhunt that ended with Vicky White dead and Casey White back in custody has law enforcement agencies trying to piece together how the escape could have happened.
On Monday night, a protest was held at Justice Samuel Alito's house in Alexandria, Virginia. Activists chanted: "Abort the court!"
Ray Scott, a consummate promoter who helped launch professional bass angling and became a fishing buddy to presidents while popularizing the conservation practice of catching and releasing fish, has died, a longtime aide said Monday.
1819 News is thrilled to announce the addition of a talented and experienced journalist to the investigative team. Lauren Walsh, a...
Our readers react to recent stories or current events: June Calloway, from Vestavia Hills, read the profile entitled A true American...
Ray Melick, Editor-in-Chief of 1819 News, has been named one of the 50 Legends of the Alabama Sports Writers Association in conjunction...