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Congressional candidates face questions, voters in Hoover and Hayden
Candidates for the June 3 Republican primary elections have made the rounds in the past week, facing everything from community centers filled with curious voters, to broadcast forums with questions posed by students in a government class in high school.
The search is on: Gardendale board hopes to hire first superintendent by July
If all goes according to plan, the Gardendale School Board will have a superintendent in place in less than four months.
Jefferson County school board to expand Fultondale Elementary
The Jefferson County Board of Education will use part of the proceeds from a grant from the Jefferson County Commission, which it approved earlier this year.
NJN/am for Wednesday, April 23
Good Wednesday morning to you...
Gardendale council shifts economic development sales-tax revenue to new school system
The Gardendale City Council has voted to divert some sales tax revenue from an economic development capital fund to the city’s new school system.
Gardendale Police holding "Take Back" for old prescription drugs at Magnolia Festival
Those with unused prescription drugs will have a way to safely dispose of them this weekend.
Bentley, local officials hold groundbreaking ceremony for Northern Beltline
It’s not every day a new road is built.
Police Blotter for April 7-13, 2014
Incident and arrest reports were provided by north Jefferson County police agencies for April 7-13.
NJN/am for Monday, April 21
Good Monday morning to you, and we hope you found all the Easter eggs – if not, the lawn mower probably will later...
This year's Magnolia Festival is backdrop for "Carnival Eats" TV show
North Jefferson County is gearing up again for one of the largest festivals in north Alabama.
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