Huntsville Hospital acquires DeKalb Regional; Big Whiskey coming to Alabaster; Foley named World War II heritage city

Selma will be the site of an Innovative Tourism Hub, thanks to a $500,000 grant from the Delta Regional Authority

Huntsville Hospital acquires DeKalb Regional

The Huntsville Hospital Health System has acquired the DeKalb Regional Medical Center in Fort Payne. The DeKalb County Hospital Association will continue to operate the DeKalb Ambulance Service as a separate entity. – News 19

Big Whiskey coming to Alabaster

Big Whiskey’s American Restaurant & Bar will open in Alabaster in 2024, its third location in the Birmingham area. The restaurant and bar is opening in a former O’Charley’s location. – Bham Now

Foley named World War II heritage city

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Foley is one of 11 new cities in the U.S. designated as American World War II Heritage Cities. Foley was the site of the U.S. Navy’s Barin Field, which was a training center for pilots. In addition, Camp Foley was a prisoner of war camp that held about 250 Axis prisoners. – Bama Buzz

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