MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday announced the Revive Alabama grant program to support small businesses in Alabama that have been impacted by COVID-19. Revive Alabama will reimburse small businesses up to a combined $100 million for expenses they have incurred due to operational interruptions caused by the pandemic and related business closures.
Alabama’s 15th annual Back to School Sales Tax Holiday will begin at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 17 and end at 12 midnight on Sunday, July 19. Both Scottsboro and Jackson County will participate in the tax-free weekend, allowing shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain school supplies, computers, books and clothing free of sales tax. Local sales tax may apply. Retailers are required to participate and may not charge tax on items that are legally declared tax-exempt during the Sales Tax Holiday.
Nita Tolliver was born and raised in Scottsboro. Her family has lived in Scottsboro her entire life where they value their faith, family, selves and community.
Known to the locals as Patrick from the Meat Market, 38 year old Patrick Woosley was born and raised in Scottsboro to Ms. Rita Woosley and the late Mr. Bobby Woosley.
Born and raised in Scottsboro, Jim McCamy’s roots run deep. He raised all three of his children in Scottsboro, where they graduated from the public-school system.