Top Headlines: Harbert Management Corp. CFO retiring, Food City opening in Albertville

Harbert Management Corp. CFO to retire
Sonja Keeton, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Harbert Management Corporation, will retire at the end of the year. She joined Harbert in 1990. – Harbert Management Corporation

Food City will open in Albertville
Food City supermarket will anchor a new retail development in Albertville. The former Kmart site will also include Ulta Beauty and Five Below. – Chattanooga Times Free Press

Relief fund will help farmers after Hurricane Sally
The Alabama Farmers Federation has created a relief fund to help state farmers whose farms suffered damage during Hurricane Sally. Donations to the fund will be used to help cover losses not covered by other insurance and programs. – WTVY-4

Alabama Nurses elect first Black president
Lindsey Harris is the new president of the Alabama Nurses Association, becoming the first Black president in the group’s 107-year history. Harris is a nurse practitioner at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. – Becker’s Hospital Review 

Chamber president appointed to national board
Jim Page, president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama, has been appointed to the board of the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives.  The Virginia-based organization has more than 9,000 members. – Alabama Today

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Prevail will open shop in Atlanta
Auburn-based Prevail Coffee Roasters will open a coffee shop in Atlanta. The shop will be part of a residential and retail complex called Star Metals Residences. – What Now Atlanta

Tuscaloosa restaurants can expand outdoor seating
A new permit will allow some of Tuscaloosa’s restaurants to expand their outdoor dining areas. Eligible restaurants will be able to expand into other outdoor spaces, including parking areas. – Patch

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