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.
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.
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.
CULLMAN - Cullman Regional Medical Center has announced that community members can now get a COVID-19 antibody test at three different locations: Cullman Regional Urgent Care Center, Cullman Regional Family & Internal Medicine and Cullman Regional Family Care.
WINSTON COUNTY - You’ve probably been hearing a lot about contact tracing. It’s the process of identifying people who have come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, instructing them to quarantine and monitoring their symptoms daily.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Although Winston County offices are scheduled to reopen to the public on Monday, May 18, the circuit clerk's office will remain closed until further notice, but will continue to conduct business.