New Highway Safety Law in Effect this Independence Day Holiday
ALDOT Limits Interstate Construction and Lane Closures
(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) – As motorists plan to travel Alabama highways for the Fourth of July holiday, the Alabama Department of Transportation and the Alabama Road Builders Association are making them aware of changes to a state law to protect the lives of road construction and maintenance workers. Effective, Thursday, July 1, 2021, the fine for any moving traffic violation committed in a construction zone where workers are present will result in a $250 fine or double the regular fine, whichever amount is greater.
Goose Pond Colony Resort, a municipally owned resort and golf facility, is pleased to host the 39th Annual Fourth of July Celebration taking place on the banks of the Tennessee River. This is the oldest annual 4th of July celebration held in North Alabama. The tradition continues with a full evening of musical entertainment, family fun and North Alabama’s largest free firework display. The fireworks will be held on Sunday, July 4th, 2021.
The Veterans Memorial Park of Jackson County will host their annual fund raising golf tournament on Friday, July 16, 2021 at Goose Pond Colony’s Plantation Course.
Scottsboro’s Three Arts Club recently celebrated their 70th anniversary.
Huntsville Hospital Health System and the Jackson County Health Care Authority have taken the first step towards developing an integration agreement that strengthens the relationship that has existed between the facilities for over a year.