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State launches online guide to coronavirus relief efforts, programs

Designed as a "comprehensive" guide to the relief efforts in response to the coronavirus outbreak, altogetheralabama.org has been launched, according to an announcement by...

Plantersville store voluntarily closes after employee tests positive for COVID-19

A gas station in Plantersville posted on social media that it is closing for two weeks after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The Plantersville...

Kay Ivey partners with state health department to launch volunteer program

Recently, Governor Kay Ivey partnered with the Alabama Department of Public Health to launch a volunteer program titled Alabama ReadyOp and is seeking health...

State releases FAQs for individuals, businesses with questions about stay-at-home order

Gov. Kay Ivey's office and the Alabama Department of Public Health created a list of frequently asked questions about the shelter-in-place order that started...

Dallas County’s COVID-19 cases increase to 7

Dallas County now has seven confirmed cases of COVID-19, as of Friday. The Alabama Department of Public Health reports seven total positive cases of coronavirus...

Alabama governor issues shelter-in-place order starting Saturday night

Alabama will be under a stay-at-home order starting at 5 p.m. Saturday. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris Friday issued...

Wallace Community College extends online classes, postpones spring graduation activities

Wallace Community College Selma has extended its online courses through the spring semester and has postponed its graduation activities following a directive from the...

Dallas County reports two more COVID-19 cases, bringing total to four

The Alabama Department of Public Health has announced two more positive cases of coronavirus in Dallas County, bringing the total number reported to four. The...

Terri Sewell to host coronavirus assistance webinar for small businesses today

Today U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (AL-7) will host a webinar on assisting small businesses that have been impacted by the outbreak of coronavirus or...

Broadband providers receive $9.5 million in grants from Kay Ivey

Nine broadband providers in Alabama were awarded grants totaling $9.5 million from Alabama Governor Kay Ivey to continue high-speed internet service throughout communities in...

Selma City Schools to deliver grab and go meals with Parent University Bus

This week Selma City Schools will deliver grab and go meals to certain sites in Selma by the Parent University Bus. In addition to the...

Dallas County Courthouse to close indefinitely on April 1

The Dallas County Courthouse will close indefinitely on April 1 due to the continuing crisis caused by the outbreak of coronavirus or COVID-19. Although the...

Selma mayor issues quarantine curfew overnight starting Monday

Selma Mayor Darrio Melton has signed a proclamation that issues a curfew or quarantine for the city of Selma fromĀ 9 p.m. and 5 a.m....

List of store hours for Selma-Dallas County retailers during coronavirus pandemic

In this unusual time of closings of retail stores to stop the spread of the coronavirus, it has been hard to know what hours...

Dallas County Health Department to offer COVID-19 testing starting Monday

The Dallas County Health Department will be a testing site for coronavirus starting Monday. Drive-up testing will be available by appointment only from 10 a.m....

Edmundite Missions offers grab and go meals and breakfast for school children during coronavirus...

Edmundite Missions continues to serve those in need with entirely grab and go meals and grab and go breakfast for school children during coronavirus...

Gospel Tabernacle Church takes safety precautions with drive-thru food distribution service

To ensure the safety of people benefiting from its food sharing program, Gospel Tabernacle Church will be delivering food with a drive-thru type of...

Gov. Ivey closes schools for remainder of school year

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has closed schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year due to the coronavirus pandemic. In a proclamation on Thursday,...

Vaughan Regional Medical Center confirms one patient tested positive for COVID-19

Vaughan Regional Medical Center announced on Thursday that they canĀ confirm that a patient has been identified who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The...

Dallas County reports its first two COVID-19 cases

Dallas County now has its first two cases of the COVID - 19. The Alabama Department of Public Health released data at 5 p.m. Wednesday...