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Local author, Arthur Mack, will appear on Fox 10 at 9:00 a.m. (TODAY) this Friday (January 31) on its Studio 10 program to help promote the National African American History … Read More
On August 25, 2020, most Alabama municipalities will hold elections for the mayor and council. While candidates cannot officially qualify to be on the ballot until July 7, 2020, many candidates have already announced their intention to run for municipal office and have started their campaigns.
The Chamber has experienced a 58% growth in membership since January 1, 2019.
How Much Do City Attorneys Get Paid? Odenville, Alabama Odenville, Alabama is a city in St. Clair County. It incorporated in 1914. At the 2010 census the population was 3,585, … Read More
I would like to inquire about the burn ban? Is that temporary during the states recommended burn ban period or is this indefinite? Secondly, has the city thought about starting a limb pick up service for citizens?
What is going on with the Semmes Chamber Of Commerce? Let’s face it, Semmes is not that big a place. So, when you pass by a building that has over … Read More
As part of his plea agreement, Lloyd admitted that he posed on Facebook as a young female, Taylor Smiths. As Taylor Smiths, he contacted a girl from Mary G. Montgomery School whose mother had listed a formal dress for sale on Facebook Market place. The mother believed the contact to be suspicious and reported it to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Hoy, el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional de los Estados Unidos (DHS) anunció una regla final que define claramente la ley de larga data para garantizar mejor que los extranjeros que buscan ingresar y permanecer en los Estados Unidos, ya sea temporal o permanentemente, sean autosuficientes y confíen en su capacidades propias y los recursos de miembros de la familia, patrocinadores y organizaciones privadas en lugar de recursos públicos.
So who reads Talk Of Semmes? Here is a partial list from a few minutes ago – ~ 10:44 am
Thanks for visiting from New Orleans, Atlanta, Saraland, San Antonio, Warrior, Daphne, Terry, Pflugerville, Mobile, Kenner, Fort Worth, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Walker, Carnation, Katy and of course, Semmes and Wilmer.
The shameful truth is that we here in Semmes, the people with the most to lose, do nothing. Absolutely nothing but let ALDOT dictate to us that 45 mph and 50 mph thru our residential and business districts is okay.