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Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, Florence is the largest of the cities in the area known as the Shoals. In July every year, thousands flock to the city for the WC Handy Music Festival. The event is named after Handy who was born and grew up in the area and is widely recognized as the Father of the Blues.
Local Newspapers: Florence Times Daily
Local Sports Teams: University of North Alabama Lions
Local Colleges: University of North Alabama
Zip Codes associated with florence, alabama:
35630 35633 35634
Towns/Cities near florence, alabama : Muscle Shoals Sheffield Underwood-Petersville St Florian Tuscumbia
Isbell drives ticket sales for new Knox season
Earlier this week, Knox Concert Series announced it is bringing Grammy Award-winning Alabama musician Jason Isbell to Anniston in December as part of its upcoming season. Shortly thereafter, Mandi King's phone started ringing off the hook.Noose found hanging at Lauderdale County church; sheriff's office investigating
Authorities are trying to figure out who left a noose hanging on a pole outside a Lauderdale County Church. It happened at St. John Primitive Baptist Church, just west of Florence.UNA faces investigation from state environmental agency for illegal dumping of building debris
B.H. Craig Construction Company based in Florence is the general contractor for demolition and construction of a new Nursing College at UNA. For several weeks workers have been methodically bringing down the building; which is where the ADEM complaint comes into play.Lake Murray site of rookie angler's first win, biggest prize in bass fishing
It's the lake where he reeled in the first win of his career and it was a big one. Atkins won the $300,000 FLW Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray this weekend.Atkins, Gagliardi Both Crack 21 As Schoolers Rule
Justin Atkins joked Thursday that he'd purchased a bunch of PowerBall tickets recently, only to come up empty in his pursuit of the massive jackpot. The 27-year-old Tour rookie from Florence, Ala., dialed in Lake Murray on Friday to the tune of 21-05 and stole the first-day thunder from local favorite Anthony Gagliardi, who also cracked the 21-pound mark on a remarkable opening day that saw the schooling fish dominate the top end of the leaderboard.Lauderdale County man accused of human trafficking, again
A Florence man accused of human trafficking has been arrested on new charges while out on bond. 85-year-old Timothy Staggs was picked up Thursday and his bond immediately revoked.Former North Alabama student sues over alleged sex assault
Thank you for reading 10 free articles on Fredericksburg.com. You can come back at the end of your 30-day period for another 10 free articles, or you can purchase a subscription and continue to enjoy valuable local news and information.Construction on Riverhill School finishes with no time to spare
It's coming down to the last seconds. Two years ago Riverhill School made the decision to move from St. Florian to Florence and construct a new campus.Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Reveals 2017 Inductees
Whenever the names of artists overlooked for Country Music Hall of Fame induction come up, Vern Gosdin typically figures in the conversation. This morning's announcement that the man known simply as "The Voice" is one of four incoming members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame will hopefully be another step toward the goal that many of his supporters have long been championing.Florence man's murder conviction upheld for fatal beating of 22-year-old in bar parking lot
A Florence man has lost an appeal of his murder conviction in the death of a 22-year-old, who was fatally beaten in the parking lot of a bar. The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals on Friday upheld the conviction of 48-year-old Shannon Ray Johnson, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced in a news release.Governor Ivey tours Shoals looking for insight
Four months after taking over the governor's office, Kay Ivey has made her first official business trip to northwest Alabama. Governor Ivey spent Friday crisscrossing the Shoals and listening to local leaders.Florence investigators seek theft suspects
The Shoals Area Crime Stoppers is featuring a crime out of Florence. Two men need to be identified - they're accused of racking up charges on a stolen credit card.Your Photos: Isolated storms knock down trees, produce minor flooding in Florence and Muscle Shoals
Heavy rain and gusty winds over the Florence and Muscle Shoals area knocked down a few trees and produced very heavy rain in a short amount of time. According to Lauderdale County Emergency Managers, a tree fell on a house on Foy Avenue in Florence; the tree split in half and damaged part of the house.Jones learned 'team first' concept with basketball award
In every classroom and office Dee Dee Jones has occupied since entering public education 29 years ago, she hangs a plaque she earned as a member of the Fort Payne basketball team following the 1983-84 season. The determination award she received as a sophomore came through athletics when she barely got any playing time.Brannon Blazes Fort Payne Super Late Model FireCracker 50 Worth $3,000
The event was finally put in the books on the third attempt, due to continuous interruptions from Mother-Nature back during the previous weeks.More apartments planned for seniors in Athens area
A planned development on the north side of U.S. 72 East in Athens will feature more apartments for a growing senior population. The 56-unit Peyton Ridge Apartments will be built by Gateway Development Corp., of Florence, on 8 acres of the planned development called Peyton Ridge Village, according to Bill Ming of Ming Enterprises, an Athens real-estate brokerage and development firm.Florence police seek help in solving January murder
In January Florence police responded to a welfare check at an apartment. What they found launched a homicide investigation which remains unsolved.
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