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Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, Florence is the largest of the cities in the area known as the Shoals. In July every year, thousands flock to the city for the WC Handy Music Festival. The event is named after Handy who was born and grew up in the area and is widely recognized as the Father of the Blues.
Local Newspapers: Florence Times Daily
Local Sports Teams: University of North Alabama Lions
Local Colleges: University of North Alabama
Zip Codes associated with florence, alabama:
35630 35633 35634
Towns/Cities near florence, alabama : Muscle Shoals Sheffield Underwood-Petersville St Florian Tuscumbia
2 charged with robbing elderly man at gunpoint for $6
Florence police arrested and charged two people with armed robbery after they say the suspects robbed at gunpoint an 83-year-old man who was walking in his neighborhood of Indian Springs for $6 Sunday morning. Investigators tell us the officers responded to the scene and spoke with the man, who was not harmed and were gathering information when a second call of a fight was received near the area.Officials searching for jail escapee
Area law enforcement are searching for a Florence man who escaped from the Lauderdale County Detention Center Friday night by damaging a lock on a holding cell. Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton said Saturday that Kenneth Dewane Coker, 29, got out of a holding cell adjacent to the municipal courtroom.Gun-wielding duo accused of taking $6 from 83-year-old Florence man during morning walk
An 83-year-old man was robbed of $6 by two gun-wielding suspects in the Indian Springs neighborhood of Florence Sunday morning, police said. Jacob Ryan, 21, of Florence, and Jessica Long, 23, of Killen, each are charged with first-degree robbery, a Class A felony that's punishable by up to life imprisonment.Suspect accused of robbing Kangaroo station in Florence
Florence police are asking for the public's help to identify this suspect accused of robbing a convenience store at Darby Drive and Cox Creek Parkway early this morning.Making a movie: From concept to completion
Ivy, of Sheffield, and Davis, of Florence, released their first full-length independent feature film, "Tangled Web," in September through their company, Reilly and Reigns Productions. The duo have more than 20 years combined experience in the film industry.Suspect accused of impersonating Bama Pools owner, racking up $20K in fraudulent charges
A man is accused of posing as the owner of a Shoals business and using a fake ID to rack up more than $20,000 in fraudulent charges at Lowe's stores in Alabama and Georgia. Lauderdale County investigators are asking for the public's help to identify and find the suspect, who has been impersonating the owner of Florence business Bama Pools during the past two weeks.SHERIFF: Suspect poses as local business owner and racks up $20,000 in account charges
The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office said a man has been posing as a Florence business owner and charged thousands to the businesses account at Lowes stores in Alabama and Georgia. Investigators say the suspect created a fake Alabama driver's license with his picture on it using the business owners name.Coasters can detect date rape drugs
The Florence Police Department ordered these coasters from Drink Safe Technologies. They can detect the presence of date rape drugs in someones drink right on the spot.Police seek identity of Florence theft suspect
Police are trying to identify a theft suspect in this week's Shoals Area Crime Stoppers report. Investigators said the card was used several times before being deactivated.Florence police: suspect used stolen credit card at multiple businesses
The Florence Police Department wants people to watch this surveillance video showing, what it believes, is a man using a stolen credit card. The video was recorded January 30 at the Foodland on Cox Creek Parkway.Florence Middle School club helps animal shelter
A seventh grader in Florence is calling on the community to help provide needed supplies for the local animal shelter. It's a project for Future Business Leaders of America.Bags with Benefits: How one Alabama company crafts beautiful bags and helps the community
Three years ago, when she did a photoshoot for a woman who taught her to craft her first leather bag, Stayner had no idea her new hobby would evolve in the way it has. Friends took notice of her new bag and wanted one of their own.Athens man, woman arrested on drug charges in Florence
An investigation into suspicious activity by an Athens man and woman sitting alone in a parking lot led to their arrest and the seizure of synthetic drugs, authorities said. Police said Stephanie K. Northern, 22, 16050 American Way, Athens, and Steven D. Rogers, 27, same address, are both charged with unlawful possession of a drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of synthetic narcotics.PHOTO: Boy visiting twin's grave on first day of school breaks hearts ...
Walker Myrick is pictured at the grave of his twin brother, Willis, in 2012, when he was 5 years old. Walker wanted to tell Willis, who died about two months before the boys' birth of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, about his first day of school.Deputy: Man faked kidnapping to get money from grandmother
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Gov. Robert Bentley has more convincing to do before some local lawmakers sign off on his plan to borrow $800 million to build four prisons. The proposal is a top priority for Bentley in the legislative session that started Tuesday.Murder charge dropped: Grand jury determines Florence man stabbed in self-defense
The murder charge has been dropped against a Florence man accused of killing his roommate last year because a grand jury determined the fatal stabbing occurred in self-defense. Bradley Ray Greenhill, 23 formerly was charged in the death of his former roommate and boyfriend Eric Lee Moore, who was killed May 1, 2016 at his Alpine Village Apartments home in Florence.
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