It’s been nearly 60 years since the Flora-Bama got its start on the Alabama-Florida line. The business has undergone ownership changes and major additions but has kept an atmosphere of comradery and love for others. Ask anyone who has been to the Gulf Coast, and they have heard of the Flora-Bama.
A stunning view of the Gulf of Mexico and a menu to please all your taste buds is exactly what you can expect at Orange Beach’s newest restaurant.
If you're seeking a unique outdoor experience that combines the comforts of modern living with the beauty of nature, look no further than Timberline Glamping at Lake Martin.
Christians United Ministries, a believer-supported international ministry of prayer, has been around since 1999. It started in the Elberta home of Jan Hicks after she got into a little bit of trouble herself. Well, Hicks got into a lot of trouble and to this day is thankful to be alive.
As you enter the Big Oak Girl’s Ranch headquarters, the first thing you see is a seal on the floor. On it is a tree, and on the tree are the last several lines of Isaiah 61:3.
It was in 1978 that Dr. Kathryn Coumanis, a supervisor for the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR), realized a specific need for women in Alabama. There was a growing problem with domestic violence, and although there were shelters for children, the mothers had nowhere to go. Women were forced to hide in expensive rentals or crash with friends and family who could inadvertently be at risk themselves.
Truth, Honor, Service. That’s the motto for Alabama’s unique and prized Marion Military Institute (MMI). The two-year college has been in operation since the mid-19th century and has produced some of the most elite in the United States armed services. However, MMI offers much more than a step in the door to the military.
Herbie Newell was recently in Kansas meeting with a real estate agent about a piece of property. When the man asked him what he did for a living, Newell told him.
The moment you walk through the doors of Stacey’s Olde Tyme Soda Fountain in Foley, you are transported to a simpler time. The days when a cup of coffee was 10 cents and you could sit and talk about life and politics with your neighbor. There was always a familiar face and a soda jerk with a smile.
It was during a study group in the late 1960s that a newlywed couple had an experience that would change both of their lives and the future of Alabama. Albert Lee and Eunie Smith had only been married a year and for the most part, was an average, young couple, going about their days enjoying life and each other.
It was 72 years ago when the Madison Cubs took home the Indiana High School Athletics Association state basketball championship. On that day, Stan Weber would have never thought of what would be happening over seven decades later.
Lucy Helland, a sixth grader at Bumpus Middle School, is collecting money to purchase pillows for foster children.
Opelika native Dusty Slay once lived in a trailer park and worked at Western Sizzlin. Now, he tells jokes for a living.
Recently, a problem many of us hear about in the news hit home for Larry and his wife, Sheila, and made his fight a little more difficult.
At Joy Haven Farm they are passionate about growing nutrient rich food while using sustainable practices.
Veterans Day is a federal holiday set aside to honor U.S. military veterans. Today, 1819 News spotlights eight of these heroes.
Thanks to one Alabama non-profit, women are being served, babies are being saved and the Lord’s grace is being seen.
Doctors at UAB spoke this week about how mammograms can reduce the risk of dying from breast cancer.
We will be hard-pressed to hear a more inspiring story than that of Daphne resident Austin Luke.
Hewitt-Trussville High School student Katherine Grigsby is the new Miss Junior Teen United States.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and one Alabama family is an example of how important it is to stay aware and ask questions.
When it comes to his “Portraits of Honor” project, Jeffrey Rease has only two big regrets: that he did not come up with the idea and get it started sooner when more veterans of World War II were still with us, and that he simply cannot physically get to every vet that he would like so he can photograph and archive their story.