DeKalb County

Darwin declares candidacy: ‘Common Sense Makes Cents’

PHOTO: Sylvania citizen Monty Darwin declares run for DeKalb County Board of Education, District 4. (Contributed Photo | Monty Darwin) By Staff

VIDEO: Fort Payne Council moves to let public decide on Sunday Sales

PHOTO: Fort Payne City Council President Brian Baine discusses his views on Alcohol Sales in the Fort Payne city limits. (Tyler

Fort Payne Council to consider Sunday Alcohol Sales

PHOTO: Beer being delivered earlier today at the South End Market in Fort Payne. Owner Jodie Phillips is in favor

VIDEO: Tempers flare at Rainsville Budget Meeting

 (Marla Jones | Southern Torch) By Marla Jones, Reporter RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Betty Holcomb, accountant for the City of Rainsville,

VIDEO: Wild weather, lack of state funds hinders road paving in DeKalb

PHOTO: The DeKalb County Commission reviews bids for paving materials at today’s (September 12th) commission meeting. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch)

VIDEO: Fort Payne authorizes Watson to change election rules, FPIA terms, and intervene at Terrapin Hills

PHOTO: The City Council and City Attorney Rocky Watson discusses changing the terms of appointees on the Fort Payne Improvement

VIDEO: Fort Payne City Council discusses “developing crisis” at Terrapin Hills

PHOTO: City Attorney Rocky Watson reads aloud the city’s statement on the Terrapin Hills sewer system. (Tyler Pruett | Southern Torch)

VIDEO: Fort Payne BOE approves $37 million Capital Improvement Plan

PHOTO: The Fort Payne Superintendent Jim Cunningham discusses the 5 year Capital Improvement Plan with the board. (Tyler Pruett |

VIDEO: Rainsville’s Park needs upgrades after ADECA Review

(Marla Jones | Southern Torch)  Marla Jones, Reporter RAINSVILLE, Ala.—The Rainsville City Council had a productive meeting on Monday,

Chief Deputy Michael Edmondson announces campaign for sheriff

By Staff Reports  FORT PAYNE, Ala. — According to a release from Michael Edmondson: Aspiring to continue serving the citizens