Arab Mayor Bob Joslin told the Arab City Council Monday night that facilities and offices within the city are beginning to open back up, but with precautions.
Arab Superintendent Dr. Johnny Berry says, for now, Arab City Schools will begin school this fall on Aug. 10. Berry was responding to a publicized request by State Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey for schools to delay starting classes until Aug. 15 or after.
The excavation of about 220,000 cubic yards of loose rock and soil from the landslide on Brindlee Mountain in Morgan County, the first phase of the Alabama Department of Transportation’s plan to repair and reopen U.S. 231, is now complete.
I grew up in north Alabama in the late 1960s and early ’70s. My favorite teams were the Atlanta Braves and the Alabama Crimson Tide.
It’s probably a good time to remind readers the difference between postponed and canceled when it comes to any event, but especially in this section.
As more national and international sporting events fall victim to the COVID-19 crisis, the local sports scene continues to take hits as well.