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Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama)

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  • Local farmers use social media to promote, advertise

    Local farmers use social media to promote, advertise
    — "The blueberry bushes are loaded! They are literally falling over!" So says a tweet from Butler's Orchard, accompanied by a picture of giant clusters of blueberries sagging off branches of a bush. Gone are the days where farms relied on...
  • Howard swim club tax credit bill could be in trouble

    A bill intended to forgive Howard County property taxes for six private, nonprofit swim clubs might be in trouble, judging from the dozens of questions raised at a County Council work session by the three members who represent Columbia. By the end of the...
  • Escaped Inmate From Walker County Caught In Sharpstown

    Escaped Inmate From Walker County Caught In Sharpstown
    One bad boy is back behind bars. After three days on the run the escaped con from the Walker County Jail has been caught. Trent Archie was arrested at a friend's house in Sharpstown on Neff Street near Augustine. Texas Rangers say a phone tip lead them...
  • 118 Degrees

    118 Degrees
    Much needed rain in Montgomery County Saturday brought along some trouble too. Severe thunderstorms and high winds knocked down tree limbs and power lines causing a mess for county clean-up crews. Lightning struck several locations which is believed to be...
  • Montgomery County Deputies Seize Pot Worth $2.5 Million

    Montgomery County Deputies Seize Pot Worth $2.5 Million
    Limes, avocados, mangos are pretty standard stuff for a truck carrying produce; but that`s not what caught the attention of deputies in Montgomery County. It was the 2500 lbs. of pot hidden in the back of the truck. Deputies made the bust Wednesday...
  • STAAR Rollout May Bring More Duties for Counselors

    STAAR Rollout May Bring More Duties for Counselors
    Texas Tribune In the fall, the anticipated consequences of a $4 billion reduction in state financing to school districts will begin to become apparent to Texas students and their parents: fewer teachers, bigger classes and sparse extracurricular...
  • UPDATE: Lancaster County Prison Inmate Dies After Jumping from Upper Tier of Cell Block

    UPDATE: Lancaster County Prison Inmate Dies After Jumping from Upper Tier of Cell Block
    An update on a story we brought you last week. An inmate at Lancaster County prison has died after jumping from the upper level of the cell block. Matthew McNamara passed away on Sunday at Lancaster General Hospital Original story:----A Lancaster...
  • Murder Charge

    Murder Charge
    The boyfriend accused of killing his girlfriend of just one month had his day in court. 31-year-old -- James Clarke Jr. has been charged with murder -- he pled not guilty. Clarke is the prime suspect in the disappearance of 20-year-old Amber Elkins.  The...
  • Lawyer intends to appeal sentence in Bucks County hunter's death

    Lawyer intends to appeal sentence in Bucks County hunter's death
    A Montgomery County lawyer in Graterford state prison on charges in the death of a Bucks County deer hunter intends to appeal the 10- to 25-year sentence he received last month. Court records show David M. Manilla's lawyer filed a notice of appeal to the...
  • Free Potassium Iodide Tablets for Those Near Nuclear Power Plant

    Free Potassium Iodide Tablets for Those Near Nuclear Power Plant
    Pennsylvanians who live, work or attend school within a 10-mile radius of the state’s five nuclear power plants can get free potassium iodide, or KI, tablets from the state Department of Health on Aug. 11. When taken as directed, KI helps...
  • Wave of storms move through Central Indiana as heat wave cools

    Wave of storms move through Central Indiana as heat wave cools
    A wave of storms made their way through Central Indiana Tuesday evening damaging several cars and homes. The storms started in Montgomery County and moved into Decatur County after hitting the Circle City. The storm produced blinding rainfall and wind...