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The detours for a Spring Avenue Southwest widening project are expected to be removed inside of a week, the engineer overseeing the project told residents... [Read More]
With Decatur Mall's $4.8 million face-lift complete, its owner is now working to stabilize the shopping complex. [Read More]
Decatur City Council members want to know the anticipated long-term costs of a proposed branding plan before they commit to almost tripling their marketing budget. [Read More]
Lanes will be closed twice Wednesday at the Interstate 65/Interstate 565 interchange to allow for installation of a pole, the Alabama Department of Transportation announced... [Read More]
Mayor Tab Bowling accused the City Council of "micromanaging" after a short-notice invitation to Washington, D.C., renewed conflict over travel decisions. [Read More]
After more than 10 years of promises and dashed hopes, Decatur finally can proceed with a project that could lead to major development in Limestone... [Read More]
The city of Decatur has been awarded a $14.2 million federal grant for the construction of an overpass bridge that could open up an area... [Read More]
The Decatur City Council has scheduled two called work sessions for Wednesday at City Hall. [Read More]
Two Decatur City Council members were unhappy last week when they found out about Mayor Tab Bowling's upcoming taxpayer-funded trip to Tokyo. [Read More]
The director of the Decatur-Morgan County Entrepreneurial Center wants $100,000 in city funding as he implements a long-term strategy of developing local robotics repair and... [Read More]
Starting at 7 a.m. Saturday, a Decatur Utilities contractor will perform sewer maintenance work on Eighth Street Southeast between Ninth and 10th avenues. [Read More]
Decatur Police Chief Nate Allen is requesting $10,000 to renew a coyote-control contract that lapsed more than six months ago. [Read More]
Wallace State Community College has been awarded a $2 million grant to build a technical education center from the U.S. Economic Development Administration. [Read More]
The NASA in the Park road show exhibit will be setting up at this week's 3rd Friday Downtown in Decatur. [Read More]
Parks and Recreation officials are more concerned with refurbishing aging Point Mallard Park attractions than adding a new one. [Read More]
Response times to the Southwest Decatur area around the new Austin High School could force the city to build a new fire station sooner rather... [Read More]
The 23rd annual Trail of Tears Conference and Symposium is coming to Decatur for the first time Oct. 26-28. [Read More]
Mayor Tab Bowling is redirecting and doubling the city of Decatur's annual budget for marketing into a rebranding effort that will use a non-Decatur firm. [Read More]
Calhoun Community College officials will hold an information session Tuesday for students impacted by the announced closure of Virginia College's Huntsville campus next year. [Read More]
At a first-year cost of $2.2 million, city employees will begin getting consistent raises if the Decatur City Council approves a series of proposals based... [Read More]