Top Headlines: Colleges foregoing ACT, SAT scores; Investor buys Saraland townhome complex 

Colleges foregoing ACT, SAT scores for admission
The University of Alabama, Auburn University and most other four-year colleges in Alabama are waiving ACT and SAT score submissions when it comes to admissions. The decision comes on the heels of test cancellations during the COVID-19 pandemic. – WHNT-19

C-Store Master breaks ground on automated warehouse in Huntsville
Huntsville-based C-Store Master, a convenience store distributor specializing in tobacco and beverage categories, has broken ground on a $12 million automated warehouse in Huntsville. The new warehouse will open in the first quarter of 2021 and create 40 jobs.  – Business Wire 

Investor buys Saraland townhome complex 
A California investor has bought Victoria Ridge Townhomes in Saraland for $1.11 million. The complex, built in 2017, includes 17 units. – 

Chandra Scott new head of Alabama Possible
Chandra Scott, formerly director of strategic outcomes for the Mobile Area Education Foundation, has been named the new executive director of Alabama Possible. Founded in 1993, Alabama Possible is a poverty and education nonprofit. – Alabama Political Reporter

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