Greek dishes. Political dinners. Networking. Saturday morning Southern breakfasts. Rep. Dimitri Polizos hopping from table to table greeting all; it’s all ending with the closing of Mr. Gus’ Ristorante in east Montgomery.
Shortly after State Sen. Clay Scofield announced his resignation Monday, State Rep. Wes Kitchens (R-Arab) officially launched his campaign for the soon-to-be-vacant District 9 seat.
After Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin claimed to have contacted Jefferson County District Attorney Danny Carr about the city’s chronic truancy problem, Carr talked to 1819 News about what his office is doing to combat the issue.
After his impassioned song “Rich Men North of Richmond” went viral earlier this year, alt-country guitarist and singer Oliver Anthony is set to perform at Cullman’s Rock the South in 2024.
A Birmingham-Southern spokesperson restated their position that they should’ve been given a state loan in response to a statement over the weekend by Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer calling them a “terrible credit risk.”
Outgoing Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield (R-Guntersville) has officially announced his resignation from the Alabama Senate to take on the position of executive vice president with the Business Council of Alabama.
State Sen. Steve Livingston (R-Scottsboro) was elected as the new Senate Majority Leader at a caucus meeting on Monday.
The Lee County Republican Party recently joined the growing list of local Republican chapters passing resolutions condemning state libraries’ inclusion of sexually explicit books and material designed to “indoctrinate.”
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall spoke on Fox Business Network's "Mornings with Maria" on Monday about how border security failures could threaten the United States.
U.S. Marshalls took State Rep. John Rogers (D-Birmingham) into custody on Monday morning after a federal judge revoked his bond, according to reports.
Byler Road was once just a pioneer trail started by buffalo. But in 1819, it became the first state-commissioned highway project, just two days after Alabama became a state.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) rejected a petition from environmental groups on Friday to establish a 10-knot speed limit in the Gulf of Mexico that would’ve affected tourism and industry in Alabama.
A former Platters singer is living back home in Mobile County and still singing.
After seeing firsthand the devastating aftermath of the terrorist attack on Israel by Hamas, U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) is calling for a united front in support of Israel and the "eradication" of the terrorist group.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) will run for the Republican nomination for the first congressional district in the 2024 election.
Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer is “disappointed with the incendiary rhetoric” of Birmingham-Southern College president Daniel Coleman after he said last week Boozer acted in “bad faith” in denying a state loan to the private school.
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Alabama is expecting an influx of foster children, which is why Kids to Love is working to make sure the state isn’t just pro-life but pro-lifetime.
There’s something about an open field that makes our souls smile from the inside out. The cool breeze, the soft grass and all of the life that God created under a big blue sky.
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) might’ve received a planned $30 million state loan if the city of Birmingham and Jefferson County governments had “stepped up” to guarantee or fund some of the loan, according to State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur).
Residents and representatives of Lawrence County are expressing concern over a proposed large-scale solar farm planned to cover thousands of acres of existing farmland.
The group announced Wednesday that they have established “The Dr. Lou Campomenosi Patriot of the Year Award.”
A recent letter from Alabama Public Library Service director Nancy Pack announced that the APLS would discontinue its membership with the American Library Association and offered guidelines for libraries to address sexually explicit children's books.
Prosecutors asked a federal judge on Monday to revoke the bond of State Rep. John Rogers (D-Birmingham).
Two of the five suspects in the infamous August Montgomery Riverfront Park brawl that received national media attention pleaded guilty on Friday.
Has the federal government found one more excuse to sue Alabama?
During a special meeting on Friday morning, Birmingham City Council members officially selected Darrell O’Quinn as their new president after the results of Tuesday’s election were called into question.
Ozark Mayor David Blankenship is unphased by those applauding his recent censuring by Ozark City Council after the mayor received criticism after getting the local library to relocate several sexually explicit books.