All In Credit Union is pleased to announce Chad Meeks as Vice President of Business Services. Meeks received his bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University in 2003.
Lt. Col. Leslie Oakes, incoming commander of Fort Irwin Dental Clinic Command, receives the Fort Irwin Dental Clinic Command colors from Col. Robert Selders, Jr., commander of the Fort Carson Dental Health Activity Command
If you live in Alabama and are low-income, age 60 or older and/or disabled, programs are available to help pay utilities and improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Coffee County Administrator Rod Morgan has been elected the 2021-2022 president of the Association of County Administrators Alabama (ACAA), the statewide association representing Alabama’s county administrators.
A long-awaited lane expansion on Highway 167 North, resurfacing of Main Street and several additional state highway improvements will be taking place soon in the City of Progress.
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced May 13 that people fully vaccinated for COVID-19 may go maskless in most places, Alabama’s nursing homes and hospitals are still under federal mask requirements.
Jeff Kervin, president and CEO of Troy Bank & Trust is pleased to announce that Melonee Blair and Anita Eddins have been named as branch managers for the Elba and New Brockton and Enterprise branches, respectively.
Synovus announces the appointment of Philip Wilkes as market executive for Enterprise and Kerri DeShazo as market executive for Dothan, effective Feb. 1.
The Alabama Department of Labor began processing payments for the CARES Act extensions provided for in the recently enacted H.R. 133, including the additional $300 weekly Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC) payment.
Rep. Barry Moore announces that he has been selected to serve on the House Agriculture Committee and the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs for the 117th Congress.
The Internal Revenue Service announces that the nation’s tax season will start on Friday, Feb. 12, when the tax agency will begin accepting and processing 2020 tax year returns.
Following the enactment of Act 2020-73, business owners began filing formation, amendment, and dissolution documents directly with the Secretary of State’s Office on Jan. 1.
S Todd Mitchell, of Enterprise, is a new member of the American Angus Association®, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national breed organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Mo.
The typical Alabama Power customer will receive a $25 credit in October, following a decision by the Alabama Public Service Commission (PSC).
Most adults who have had mild to moderate COVID-19 illness can now leave isolation after completing 10 days in home isolation and persons do not need to be retested before returning to work, according to newly released Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
Following Gov. Kay Ivey’s new mask order, the Coffee County Commission has announced that all county buildings will require a mask or facial covering for entry beginning 5 p.m. on July 16.
An Alabama Department of Transportation resurfacing project was set to begin Wednesday, July 22, weather permitting, on Alabama Highway 134 from Alabama Highway 87 to Alabama Highway 88 in Enterprise.
Hospital week had deeper meaning this year as the Medical Center Enterprise team celebrated its work to provide safe, high-quality care for patients.
The Enterprise Tourism Department, Main Street program, Chamber of Commerce and the Enterprise Fire Department are teaming up to help businesses in the reopening process after a month-long business shutdown.
River Bank & Trust Wiregrass Region President J. Robbin Thompson is pleased to announce that Alex Culbreth, Kelley Marler and Angie Sullivan have been promoted to Assistant Vice President.
Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced that the agency has launched a new online tool to enable claimants to see the status of their claim, tell them what the next steps are, and what to expect from the department.
Eighteen years after a devastating tornado hit town, one of the businesses that was forced to close as a result is set to make its return to town. Wendy’s, located at 85 North Daleville Avenue, reopened Monday, April 6 on a drive thru only basis. The brand new, state of the art Wendy’s is situated on the same location as the original Wendy’s in town.
The Alabama Department of Labor announces the launch of AlabamaWorks.alabama.gov, the new free online jobs database that is replacing Alabama JobLink.
The way to finance some of the capital projects that the Enterprise City Council is considering was discussed at the Enterprise City Council work session April 7.
Governor Kay Ivey recently announced that the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) ranks Alabama First Class Pre-K as the nation’s highest quality state pre-kindergarten program for the 14th consecutive year.
The Enterprise Farmer’s Market was open Saturday morning, April 25, for customers to purchase fruits and vegetables, boiled peanuts, local honey, jams and jellies, homemade salsa and baked goods, soaps, plants and much more. There were guidelines to follow and sampling the vendors’ products was not allowed.
On April 14, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced that she had put together a number of teams and groups that would be providing reports to her on …
“The courts are still open for business,” is the message from Thirty-third Judicial Circuit Presiding Judge Bill Filmore as the court house buildings continue to remain closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Even though in-person hearings have been suspended until at least April 30 by the Supreme Court of Alabama, Filmore said Alabama continues to lead the country in the electronic court system that allows much of the business of the court to continue even with social distancing.
Governor Kay Ivey has announced the launch of altogetheralabama.org, an online resource that will serve as a hub of information for the state’s response to the coronavirus crisis.
The site becomes the state’s official guide to COVID-19 relief efforts, to help empower those impacted by the outbreak and those who want to offer support.
The city of Enterprise recycling service has been suspended until April 30—or until conditions associated with the COVID-19 threat is passed.
Enterprise Mayor William “Bill” Cooper said the city recycling drop-off point at the Department of Public Works complex at 529 Glover Avenue, closed at the end of the business April 2. “We deemed this action necessary because of the required personal contact associated with receiving and sorting recyclable materials and our need to protect the employees assigned to that task,” he said.
Just one day after announcing that public schools across the state would stay closed, Gov. Kay Ivey ordered that “non-essential businesses” in the state close.
“Here in Coffee County, our attorneys stand ready to answer the call, render service and ensure that the legal rights of all are protected in this unprecedented time.”
That is what Coffee County Bar Association President James Tarbox wants people to know as the courthouses in Enterprise and Elba join “closed to the public” list.
The Alabama Forestry Commission and the Garden Clubs of Alabama met at the Boy Scout Camp on County Road 156 to plant a tree in honor of Arbor…
Vice President of Merle Norman Cosmetics Travis Richards made a visit to downtown Enterprise’s Merle Norman store Wednesday, March 4, where he met with store owners and staff followed by lunch with city representatives.
Attorney General Steve Marshall warns those who would seek to illegally profit from the current public health emergency that Alabama’s price gouging law has been activated.
Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Revenue announce that the state income tax filing due date is extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020.
In a move to proactively protect the health of customers, employees and the communities it serves, Alabama Power has temporarily adjusted the operations of business offices throughout the state. The move came amid COVID-19 concerns.