Includes essays on the history of education in Alabama. Folder contains 64 pages of Alabama short stories and essays compiled for the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in the late 1930s Some of the stories are set in Shelby County.
"The first wave-activated pool in the Southeast, producing waves and breakers three to four feet high. The pool bottom gently slopes from zero to eight-foot depths, making it ideal for swimmers of all ages and abilities."
“Where is the victim’s voice?” You hold in your hands the answer to that question. The Victim’s Voice, a new publication of the Office of the Attorney General is designed to give voice to the concerns of victims
and survivors of crime...
The state of Alabama has the opportunity to participate in the Section 309 Enhancement Grants Program that is
part of the Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA) of 1972, as reauthorized in 1990.
The state is able to participate in the Enhancement...
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) continues to confront four major problems, the first two of which were addressed by the Governor’s Task Force on Prison Crowding:
1. Prison crowding at medium or higher level security facilities;