By ASCPA | Connections Marc Hamilton really entered the consciousness of the ASCPA as a member Tuscaloosa Chapter, serving as an officer for 3 years and then beginning service on the ASCPA board as a chapter representative. His fascination for the effect of technology on the accounting profession was immediately apparent and he...

Informed | News and Information from the City of Anniston The question was met with blank stares. It was fairly early in the morning, perhaps too early to ponder such a question. City of Anniston Civil Engineer Lance Armbrester had just asked a group of Anniston High School students where they...

By Heather Greene | The Sand Mountain Reporter Graduation is a day most college students anticipate for four years, but for Jana Monday, it was a 30-year wait. In the fall of 1980, at age 17, Monday enrolled as a political science major at Jacksonville State University. However, she openly admits that...

[gallery size="full" ids="377,536,535"] City of Troy Mayor Jason Reeves and the Troy City Council joined dozens of Troy residents at the intersection of John H. Witherington Drive and Trojan Parkway on May 18, 2017, to celebrate the dedication of the two new connector roads that extend George Wallace Drive to Enzor Road...

Five CDG employees were part of more than 300 runners and walkers who participated in the third annual sMiles for Megan 5K and Fun Run in Downtown Andalusia on May 6, 2017. The annual event is hosted by the Megan Kelley Smiles Foundation in memory of Megan Kelley, an Andalusia teen who lost...

More than 1 billion people participate in Earth Day activities each year as part of a worldwide effort to celebrate the environment and raise awareness about pollution. In celebration of Earth Day this year, the Andalusia Area Chamber of Commerce took part in the environmental movement by hosting a Spring Clean-Up...