Soundcloud is based on social networking and audio sharing, that enables artists of different levels and stages to come under one roof and share the musical gesture with one another. Soundcloud have diversity in every sphere, whether we talk about running contests, audio books, audio blogging or credentials class lectures. Its popularity is increasing day by day, individuals are now aware about different musical instruments, musical notes and other various specifications about music. » Continue Reading
FORT PAYNE – Police have arrested a man in connection with Monday’s shotgun slaying of a Fort Payne man.
According to a news release Tuesday from Fort Payne Police Chief David Walker, police charged Carl William Kilgore Jr., 24, of Valley Head with murder in the death of Shayne Kelly Sanders, 40, of 702A Fruit Farm Road East. » Continue Reading
Alabama’s rural residents often live hours away from sources of information about government health programs. With fewer opportunities to get information, their health may suffer.
A group of concerned health-related organizations joined to take their information on the road. On Wednesday, November 20th, they’re coming to St. Paul’s AME Church, 708 Patton Avenue. From 9:30 a.m. to noon, Montgomery-area residents can meet with representatives from the Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP), the Cahaba Government Benefit Administration of Blue Cross Blue Shield, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Social Security Administration, the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation, the Alabama Quality Assurance Foundation, the Alzheimer’s Association and dozens of other organizations. » Continue Reading
On Thursday and Friday, May 15 and 16, almost 2,600 4th graders from Montgomery County Schools participated in the third annual Montgomery County Water Festival held at the campus of Auburn University-Montgomery. Large amounts of rain that fell on Thursday did not dampen the spirits of the children as they arrived to learn. » Continue Reading
Authorities charged two men with capital murder Thursday in the slaying of a Birmingham teen who died a day before in a hail of gunfire.
Authorities say Jacoby McKinnon, 18, of Birmingham, was shot to death Wednesday night when two men unleashed a barrage of bullets into the car in which McKinnon was riding.
The driver of that car, 17-year-old Rodney Benefield, remained hospitalized in serious condition Thursday, also with at least one gunshot wound. » Continue Reading