DOUBLE SPRINGS - Amidst brewing controversies with emergency responders over patient care claims and issues, Regional Paramedical Service representatives met with an overflowing crowd April 24, in Double Springs in an effort to explain their staffing, policies and procedures.
HALEYVILLE - To raise or keep sewer rates the same was a key topic of discussion for the Haleyville Water and Sewer Board during their meeting Tuesday, April 24.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The Bankhead National Forest is providing a way students from local schools, along with adults, can learn about various wildlife topics.
DOUBLE SPRINGS -The Winston County Sheriff's Office, Double Springs and Arley police departments were involved in a 2.5 hour standoff with a barricaded male at an apartment in Double Springs on Thursday morning, April 19.
WINSTON COUNTY - The Haleyville Lions and the Lynn Bears have both made it out of their respective area tournaments and are scheduled to play in the first round of the high school baseball playoffs Friday.
LYNN - The Lynn Town Council met on April 16, at 6 p.m. at the old town hall.
HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville City Council approved a grant application to the U.S. Department of Justice for bulletproof vests for the Haleyville Police Department during their meeting Monday, April 16.
HALEYVILLE - A structure fire has been reported in progress on County Road 48 Saturday evening.
HALEYVILLE - A motor vehicle accident has occurred near Midway between Haleyville and Bear Creek on Hwy. 13 Saturday evening.
WINSTON COUNTY - The Winston County Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance from the public in solving a rash of four-wheeler thefts spanning from the Lynn/Nauvoo area to Natural Bridge to Haleyville.
HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Civitan Club hosted special visitors at their Tuesday, April 10, meeting, when Bappa Mukherji, CEO of the Java Medical Group, and Chief Strategy Officer Ed Henry spoke about specifics in their plans of managing Lakeland Community Hospital. now that it has been purchased by the Haleyville/Winston County Health Care Authority.
MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling $41,371 to provide equipment for three police departments in Cullman and Winston counties.