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School Teacher Becomes Aqua-entrepreneur

Soft-shell crab fans are fanatically devoted to these newly molted crustaceans with their edible shells. As one devotee described the first bite, “One...

Straight Talk Tops Email Down South

The Digital Revolution steams on, leaving entire industries awash in its wake, but there are some stubborn corners of the kingdom left...

The Workforce of Tomorrow

Going to a four-year university used to be an option for Benton Tice, a 17-year-old junior at Sylacauga High School. Instead, Tice has...

Alabama Real Estate Huddles This Month

The Alabama Center for Real Estate has launched a new website, increased its social media presence and has entered into a digital content...

Spotlight on Autauga & Elmore Counties

Autauga and Elmore counties in south-central Alabama are crisscrossed with major waterways that provide residents and tourists many prime outdoor recreation venues, and...

How Alabama Stacks Up

Alabama adds up. Statistically compared to the nation and neighboring states, the Heart of Dixie excels in some categories, is worse in others,...

Battling Big Pharma

Suing pharmaceutical companies on behalf of consumers is some of the main work of Dee Miles, a partner with the Montgomery-based plaintiff law...

Downtown Gold Standard

Three cities that have nurtured an eclectic collection of locally owned downtown storefronts.

Design Prodigy

The steel-toed boots architect Courtney Brett keeps in her car come in handy on work sites around South Alabama. But they also serve as...

Honda Unveils Redesigned, Alabama-Made Ridgeline

Honda’s first-generation Ridgeline pickup was introduced in 2005 and challenged conventional truck design thinking with its boxed frame uni-body that ramped up driving dynamics,...

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