A 1.5-mile section of West College Street will be resurfaced in the future thanks to an agreement the City of Enterprise has made with the Alabama Department of Transportation.
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TUSCALOOSA—Two prominent University of Alabama alumni, Dr. E. Gaylon and Mrs. Susan N. McCollough, have gifted the College of Arts and Sciences with its largest academic endowment in more than two decades – for the purpose of creating two...
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On Wednesday, April 26, the Alabama Department of Transportation will close a portion of Alabama Highway 141, a half-mile north of Alabama Highway 189, in the Basin community to replace a drainage pipe.
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4/21/2017
The Enterprise Police Department on Tuesday, April 18, at 11:54 a.m., arrested two suspects in connection with multiple burglaries that occurred in Enterprise.
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4/19/2017
Jeff Spence spent 28 years and four months with the Enterprise Police Department, serving as its captain. He retired from that position on April 4 and has now accepted a new position outside the police department. Spence will now by…
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4/12/2017
James and Cathy Roth with Enterprise T-Shirts Inc. made shirts that were designed by art students at Enterprise High School in honor of the eight students killed in the March 1, 2007, tornado.
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4/12/2017
The City of Enterprise celebrated the Easter holiday with festivities held at the Enterprise Farmers Market on Saturday. One of the biggest hits was the Easter hat parade and contest. Contestants went all out decorating their hats and paraded...
4/11/2017
A collision between a Chevrolet SUV and a Massey Ferguson farm tractor between Enterprise and Level Plains Friday evening sent two people to the hospital.
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4/10/2017
GULF SHORES – The Board of Directors of the State of Alabama Sports Hall of Fame announced on 4-2-17 that Enterprise native and Gulf Shores’ facial plastic surgeon, Dr. E. Gaylon McCollough, will be inducted by the state’s Hall of…
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4/8/2017
The American Legion hosted a program called Books for Bucks, which helped encourage reading amongst children who were members of the Enterprise YMCA. The children read a book, spoke one-on-one with a volunteer about their book and what they...
4/7/2017
The new contract for recently appointed Enterprise City Schools Superintendent Greg Faught was approved at the special called meeting of the ECS Board of Education on Thursday after rounds of discussion.
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4/7/2017
Several members of the Shell Landing East community attended the Enterprise City Council meeting on Tuesday for the public hearing of Ordinance 03-07-17.
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4/6/2017
Due to the imminent threat of severe weather, Troy University will close all Alabama campuses (Troy, Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City) on Wednesday, April 5. All classes are cancelled. Normal operations will resume on Thursday, April 6.
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4/4/2017
A strong storm system is anticipated to move across the state again tomorrow, which caused several businesses, schools and offices to close their doors.
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4/4/2017
Lowe’s has been participating in raising money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), and they received a special treat for their hard work. Store Manager Bob Parker promised that if his store raised $10,000 for MDA he would shave his…
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4/4/2017
The City of Enterprise and the Enterprise City School System will open the gymnasium at Enterprise High School at 9 a.m. ahead of the potentially severe weather that will be in the area later this morning.
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4/3/2017
The Coffee County Emergency Management Agency expects a moderate risk of severe storm activity hitting the area at about 2 p.m. on Monday. Included is a strong possibility of tornado activity and hail.
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4/2/2017