COVID-19

NACOLG helps COVID-19 affected businesses


Local and area officials at the major economic development announcement, from left, NACOLG Community Development Specialist Heath King; State Representative Proncey Robertson; U.S. Congressman Robert Aderholt; Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce Director Mike Evans; President Industrial Development Authority of Winston County David Roberson and Alabama Power Community Relations Manager Melinda Weaver.
MUSCLE SHOALS - Local and area officials, including the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce, received a welcomed funding announcement on Wednesday morning, Oct. 14, from the Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments of funds totaling over $1 million to be used to help businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Land tax exemptions can be filed by mail this year

DOUBLE SPRINGS - Land taxes become due on Oct. 1, every year and are considered delinquent after Dec. 31. Those 65 or older qualify for a reduction, but the revenue commissioner’s office has to have a form signed and on file by those who qualify. Every year, the forms have had to be completed in the Winston County Revenue Commissioner’s office. Due to COVID-19 this year, the forms may be completed by mail.

Clerk from Haleyville City Hall tests positive for COVID-19, 2 other clerks awaiting results

HALEYVILLE   -  The left side of the City Hall building, where people enter to do business, was locked from general public access for two days, while it was determined that a clerk has tested positive for COVID-19 and two other clerks are also in quarantine but awaiting test results.