Plaintiffs who had filed federal lawsuits challenging two recently signed Alabama laws dealing with transgender issues dropped their suits Friday (April 15). Alabama lawmakers passed
In 1999, 24-year-old James Wessel, a volunteer firefighter with the Brindlee Mountain Volunteer Fire Department in Union Grove, Alabama, proudly drove the department’s newly purchased
More Americans than ever turned to God’s word in 2020 and 2021 as COVID-19 disrupted their day-to-day lives, and research released today (April 6) suggests
Dig into the history of Vicksburg, Mississippi, and you will discover that the sheer resilience and determination to survive shown by the townspeople deserve admiration
The University of Mobile’s new LIFT Scholarship gives a financial boost to local students needing an extra scholarship to make their college dreams a reality.
Speaking with Chris and Brooke Mills a few weeks ago about their adoption journey amid the COVID-19 pandemic and global conflict (see story here) brought
As part of traditional American commencement celebrations, many high schools and universities hold a baccalaureate ceremony. Dating back to the 1400s, these religious services honor