Top Headlines: Harris Doyle Buys Dilworth Homes, JSU Business Building Should Open in the Fall

Harris Doyle buys Dilworth Homes
Birmingham-based Harris Doyle Homes has acquired Dilworth Homes, a builder and developer in Auburn and Baldwin counties. The purchase makes Harris Doyle one of the largest residential new home builders in Alabama, according to the company. – Harris Doyle Homes

JSU business building should be open in the fall
A new business building at Jacksonville State University should be completed by this fall. Merrill Hall, which has been under construction about a year, is replacing a building destroyed by a tornado three years ago.  –

Shelby, Jefferson, Walker Alabama’s ‘most generous’ counties
The financial website SmartAsset’s “most generous” counties index ranks Shelby County as Alabama’s “most generous” county, which takes into account contributions as a percent of income and percentage of returns itemizing charitable contributions. The rest of the top 10 are Jefferson, Walker, Lee, Madison, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, Limestone, Baldwin and Mobile counties. – SmartAssets

Otelco upgrades fiber service in Alabama
Otelco has upgraded its Lightwave fiber-eligible locations in Alabama, making Gigabit service available to about 8,000 spots in northern Alabama. In addition, a plant upgraded has resulted in about 6,000 locations in Oneonta and Altoona receiving access to faster internet speeds. – Otelco

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