Top Headlines: Relief Fund will help Farmers Hurt by Hurricane Michael, Florence’s Singing River Cancer Center Sold for $18.5 Million

Relief fund will help farmers hurt by Hurricane Michael
A $14.9 million relief fund for Alabama farmers who suffered losses due to Hurricane Michael in 2018 will be administered by the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries. The fund is for those affected in Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Escambia, Geneva, Henry, Houston, Pike, Montgomery and Russell counties. – Alabama Political Reporter 

Florence’s Singing River Cancer Center sold for $18.5 million
Florence’s Singing River Cancer Center has been sold to Cypress West Partners for $18.5 million. Singing River, which opened in the fall of 2020, is a 45,900-square-foot medical office building.  – Cision

Northport developers buy Louisiana properties
Northport-based Trax Development has purchased five properties in Broussard, Louisiana, for just under $8 million. Reports say the properties will house a large-scale personal protective equipment manufacturer. – The Advocate

Georgia pest control company acquires Alabama’s Target Pest Control
Northwest Exterminating, based in Marietta, Georgia, has acquired Target Pest Control, which has offices in Cullman, Birmingham and Jasper. This will expand Northwest’s footprint in the Birmingham area, where it already is serving customers.  – Pest Control Technology

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