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  • BREAKING NEWS: DAV, RecruitMilitary® host Central Region Virtual Career Fair

    Guest Writer

    ERLANGER, KY. – DAV (Disabled American Veterans) and RecruitMilitary® will co-host the Central Region Virtual Career Fair, April 23 from 11:00am – 3:00pm CST. The event is free to veterans, their spouses, active-duty military personnel and members of the National Guard and Reserve. More than 40 employers actively seeking the unique talents of America's veterans will be on-site representing a range of industries, from construction to medical to administrative and logistics, with career opp...

  • Bible reading in Tuscaloosa

    Staff Writer

    On Sunday April 28th the 9th Annual Tuscaloosa Bible Reading Marathon will take place. This an international, annual event where people, young and old, read the entire Bible (Genesis through Revelation) aloud for 80 continuous hours, without commentary. The reading will start with Genesis chapter 1, verse 1. Each volunteer will read aloud for 15 minutes and then pass the reading, like a baton, to the next person. Approximately 300 volunteers are needed to complete the reading of the entire...

  • Steve Marshall to be the keynote Speaker at St. Clair Republican banquet event

    Brandon Moseley

    The St. Clair County Republican Party announced recently that Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) will be the keynote speaker at the party's annual Reagan/Adkins banquet dinner to honor the military and first responders at the Moody Civic Center. Freddie Turrentine is the Chairman of the St. Clair County Republican Party. "This Raffle and Dinner supports the St. Clair County Scholarship Fund," explained Chairman Freddie Turrentine. "With all the hard at last year's event we were able to...

  • EcoWild Outdoor Expo is May 10-12 in Mobile

    Guest Writer, Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

    The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is sponsoring the inaugural EcoWild Outdoor Expo in Mobile! The show will be May 10-12, 2024, at the Mobile Convention Center. Enjoy the Outdoor Alabama Conservation Room, which showcases the work of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR). Here, you can experience a live saltwater touch tank and see wildlife and critters from across the state. Interact with staff from the Department's four divisions and...

  • Screening of the Joey Hale Story on May 2

    Staff Writer

    There will be a special screening of the film: "A Walk with Joey" at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church on Thursday, May 2 at 7:00 p.m. hosted by the Knights of Columbus and the United For Life Foundation. Joey Hale suffered a skull fracture in 1976 when he and his entire family were involved in a hit and run car accident caused by a drunk driver. Joey's five-year-old sister was left with permanent brain damage from the crash. Joey was later diagnosed with a brain tumor at the age of 12....

  • Alabama's First Ladies of Flight

    Staff Writer

    Author and aviation expert Billy Singleton will present the remarkable stories of Katherine Stinson and Ruth Elder, two of Alabama's pioneering female aviators. From Stinson's historic flying license to Elder's bold attempt to cross the Atlantic, this program will explore daring exploits that earned these women worldwide acclaim during the Golden Age of Flight. Singleton has been involved in the aviation industry for forty-eight years. He is the author of six books and has written extensively...

  • Legislative softball game is on Wednesday

    Staff Writer

    The annual Goat Hill Softball Game is set for Wednesday, March 20 at 5:30 p.m. The members of the Alabama Senate will play the members of the Alabama House of Representatives in an annual softball game to raise money for charity. This year's event will benefit Big Oak Ranch. The game will be at Montgomery Biscuits Stadium – just two blocks from the Alabama Gazette offices and Dreamland Barbecue. To buy tickets go to the Montgomery Biscuits website: Battle of Goat Hill on 3/20/2024 Tickets (...

  • Alabama Minority GOP Banquet

    Staff Writer

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  • First Friday in Gadsden is April 5

    Greater Gadsden Area Tourism

    First Friday in Downtown Gadsden Join us April 5th as First Friday returns for 2024! From 6-9pm Broad Street be filled with classic cars, food vendors and live music. Downtown retail shops and restaurants will stay open late to welcome attendees. Entertainment will include GSCC Show Band at 4th & Broad, Cigar Box Band at 5th & Broad, and Gadsden Denim & Lace line dancers on the 600 block....

  • 2024 Think-Off Essays DUE APRIL 1ST!

    Guest Writer

    Writers, armchair philosophers, and everyday people should hurry and share their thoughts about the 2024 Great American Think-Off question: "Is freedom of speech worth the cost?" People of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to submit an essay expressing their thoughts by the deadline of April 1, 2024. The top two entrants on each side of the debate will each receive $500 plus travel expenses, along with the chance to win the title of America's Greatest Thinker at this year's annual debate...

  • NAVY WEEK EVENTS AT THE ARCHIVES

    Guest Writer

    April 2 and April 4 Next week, April 1-7, Montgomery will host the Capitol's first Navy Week. The celebration will emphasize the importance of the U.S. Navy to Montgomery, the state of Alabama, and the nation. The Archives is hosting two Navy Week events, detailed below: Tuesday, April 2, 9:00-11:00am CT The Navy Band Southeast Woodwind Quintet will perform and talk with guests in the Main Lobby of the Archives. Thursday, April 4, 8:30am-12:00pm CT Archives Front Terrace and Lobbies O...

  • Dorothy Alice Mariah Adams and Nelson Straub Bean, Jr.

    Spring is in the air and the bride's bouquet is flying. Dorothy Alice Mariah Adams, daughter of Sam and Mary Adams, and Nelson Straub Bean, Jr., son of Nelson and Kimberly Bean, were bound together in Holy Matrimony March 13, 2021 at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Montgomery. The church was elegantly decorated with soft white and pink roses as the attendees listened to glorious music from organist Ed Patterson and cellist Chin Mei Lei. Reverend Patrick Curles officiated. Included in the wedding...

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  • Give this Season for the Heart

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  • Thank you Veterans!

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  • Buddy Watch Walk Takes a Lunch Break with the Alabama Gazette & Other Veterans

    Participants in the Buddy Watch Walk, a portion of which was held in Montgomery, AL, October 29, gathered for a luncheon and program at the offices of the Alabama Gazette on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 28. Sam Adams, co-owner of the Gazette, and the staff opened the office doors with light lunch consisting of Chick-Fil-A and Chappy’s Deli. This was a simple way to honor what this amazing group is doing for Veterans and other Americans facing situations such as domestic violence, b...

  • Gazette Celebrates its 21st Anniversary in Partnership with That's My Dog / That's My Child

    Alabama Gazette Publishing celebrated its 21st Anniversary on Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Loretta Grant founded the newspaper in 2000 as the “People’s Paper.” It is dedicated to God, Family and Country, and stands in the gap where other print media shies away from telling it like it is. Unfortunately, due to a family illness, Mrs. Grant was unable to attend this year’s celebration of the newspaper she truly loves. The Coronavirus has forced us to find a new normal when it comes to large gatheri...

  • Fundraiser

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  • 21 Years of Publication

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  • Golf Tournament Benefited the John W. Schmidt Student Ministries Fund

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  • Fall into Fun!

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  • Purple Pinkie Day: Give the Finger to Polio!

    Staff Writer

    See ordering instructions below. Pickup: Tuesday, October 20, at The Alabama Gazette office Rotary celebrates World Polio Day supported by Dunkin Donuts The latest edition of the Montgomery County Historical Society magazine, The Herald, highlight's a 1953 LIFE Magazine article describing the dire situation our nation faced with a different deadly virus, polio. The article focused on the inoculation that took place in Montgomery for 33,000 children receiving gamma globulin as a preventive to...

  • Special Event!

    FREE Sack Lunch at the Curb! Tuesday, October 13th 11:30 am – 1 pm Join us at 12 East Jefferson Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 as The Alabama Gazette Celebrates 21 Years of publishing with sack lunches provided by That’s My Dog ! This year we are GIVING BACK and any donation will benefit That’s My Child! Stop by or drive-up to The Alabama Gazette on Tuesday, October 13, and we will gladly hand you a FREE sack lunch while they last! Will include hotdog, chips, drink and dessert as our way of th...

  • Vote

    Voter Registration Deadline Oct 19: Last day to register to vote for General Election on November 3! Click here to register: https://www.sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/voter/register-to-vote Absentee Ballot Deadline Oct 29, 12 am: Deadline to apply for an absentee ballot for General Election on November 3! Visit this link for absentee information: https://www.sos.alabama.gov/alabama-votes/voter/absentee-voting...

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