From manufacturing to tourism, these four northeast Alabama counties offer a variety of jobs and the workforce training programs to support them.
Outdoor attractions, museums and historic places attract visitors to the area.
Jackson, Marshall, DeKalb and Cherokee counties are developing schools, retail, downtown areas and more.
Three institutions of higher learning provide certificate and degree options for area residents, including Northeast Alabama Community College.
Five medical centers serve residents and visitors of these northeast Alabama counties.
The individuals who help shape the communities in Jackson, Marshall, DeKalb and Cherokee counties, including David Campbell.
Automotive, poultry, data centers and tourism anchor these four counties' economies.
A $30 million workforce training center planned for Decatur will focus on electric vehicles and emerging technologies
Adtran, the Huntsville-based networking and communications provider, has opened a new facility in Germany
Guntersville's City Harbor is the first of several developments Patrick Lawler has planned in Alabama.