The Chinnabee Silent Trail is in the Talladega National Forest.
Home to Alabama's Capitol, Montgomery County continues to innovate, attracting new businesses and technology while acknowledging the past.
Automotive manufacturers, technology innovations, state government and tourist attractions all merge to create a vibrant ecosystem in Montgomery.
The individuals who help shape the communities of Montgomery County, including Melvin Brown, superintendent of Montgomery Public Schools.
Five hospitals serve the residents of Montgomery County, including the 344-bed Jackson Hospital.
Eight institutions of higher learning provide certificate and degree options for area residents, including Faulkner University.
Anchored by state government, Montgomery County has increased its emphasis on restaurants, retail and tourism attractions.
State Capitol, civil rights, arts, outdoor festivals and more provide residents and visitors with entertainment options.
Briggs & Stratton Corp., a small engine company based in Wisconsin but with operations in Auburn, will move more of its operation to Alabama as part of some changes it is making.
Resicum International LLC plans to open a training academy at Craig Field in Selma, Gov. Kay Ivey announced today.