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Motorists who use Browns Valley Road – better known locally by the slang term Suck Egg Road – will likely want to take another route if they can on Monday.

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Jonathan Gandy has been getting the Advertiser-Gleam since 1998, when he first went to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.

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Mayoral candidate Wes Long released a video on social media this week showing a concept for the levee that would include paving it, adding a boardwalk along a portion, along with decorative lighting and space for food trucks and the like for events.

A singing and dinner on the grounds that has been taking place at a church in Marshall County for close to 150 years has been canceled for the…

The mysterious lights that caught the attention of two local families the week of July 4th have now been explained. 

Josh Swords, a former University of Alabama football player and the son of Guntersville’s Jim Swords, talked to Sports Illustrated about his r…

Josh Swords, a former University of Alabama football player and the son of Guntersville’s Jim Swords, talked to Sports Illustrated about his r…

Catherine "Kitty" Cornelius-Roberts is looking for some old football footage of her late husband Robert "Bob" R. Roberts, a member of the Mars…

The August exhibit currently at the Mountain Valley Arts Council (MVAC) features over 60 pieces of artwork by art teachers, current and retired.

Lots of teens get their very first experience in the world of employment working for McDonald’s. One who started working there for the very fi…

The famed gospel group the Southmen will soon play their last show and tickets to see it are very limited.

Mr. Tommy Paul Gibson, 62, of Boaz, formerly of Union Grove, p…

Hubert Roy Jones Jr., 56, of Guntersville passed away early Sa…

Mildred Lanier Hardin, 85, of Grant, passed away Saturday, Aug…

John C. Cook, 86, of Pinson, Alabama, died Tuesday, July 28, 2…

Carol Renee Storch, 58, of Guntersville, died Tuesday, July 28…