When Gary Sullivan murdered his wife Mel Ann at their home in Washington County, on July 22, it became one of the hundreds of murders that have taken place in Alabama in 2018.
After a tumultuous summer for the Business Council of Alabama, the BCA’s board of directors announced Wednesday a new plan to revitalize the group and a new executive committee that will lead the group through that transition.
Pro-life activists assembled Wednesday outside the Mobile office of U.S. Sen. Doug Jones and urged him to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
More people in Alabama approve of the job President Trump is doing than almost anywhere else in the country, a new poll shows.
ASIS International yesterday announced the educational line-up for this year’s free Security Cares community security education program.
Modern System Concepts owner creates new company: PnewSoft
Sr. security and telecommunications specialist Anthony Frassetta burns Engineering Inc., based in Philadelphia
AESBL proposed rule changes, next meeting date, and other updates.
End of the year coming up do you have your required CEU’s? End of the year instructions for both members and non members.
Exciting new changes to better serve our membership.
Students from Mary Stoneman Douglas High School ‘Let Us Have a Childhood’: On the Road With the Parkland Activists
Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School joined hands with local activists during a rally in Greensboro, N.C., this month. The rally was part of a nationwide tour to register voters and pursue stricter gun laws.
Alabama’s State Bureau of Investigation has launched an investigation into Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin following allegations that he had sex with two underage girls 26 years ago during parties he hosted in Rainbow City.
The CEOs of Alabama Power, Regions and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama are all on the new executive committee of the BCA.
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