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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.

Population: 36721
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

Florence News
DCS starts search for permanent superintendent

Michael Douglas, a candidate for the Decatur City Schools superintendent, is interviewed by the school board Monday morning. [JOHN GODBEY/DECATUR DAILY] Decatur City Schools board President Karen Duke and Vice President Donnie Lane interview a candidate for the Decatur City Schools superintendent Monday.

Tractor Supply coming to Franklin Center in northwest Alabama

Real Estate Southeast, a commercial development leasing and management company in Prattville, said Tractor Supply will join Franklin Center on Highway 43 in Russellville. Construction began last week and is expected to continue through the summer.

DCS superintendent interviews start Monday

One of the candidates for Decatur City Schools superintendent said he can't start the job for five months, while three others have led districts with student populations significantly smaller than Decatur, including one whose current enrollment is fewer than 600 students. The board will start the first of five public interviews Monday at the Alabama Center of the Arts recital hall in the south building.

Florence man killed when truck hits tree in Lauderdale County

Randall Keith Patterson, 58, was pronounced dead at ECM Hospital following the 11:40 p.m. wreck on Lauderdale County Road 5, state troopers spokesman Johnathan Appling said in a news release.

Pharmacy burglars remain on the run in Florence

Almost three weeks ago, investigators got a clear shot of the suspect and they still believe someone knows this person. In the wee hours of May 22nd at least two men broke into Fred's Discount Store and Pharmacy on Florence Boulevard.

Alabama Police Call It an 'Honor' to Protect the KKK at LGBTQ Pride March

The Ku Klux Klan , the terrorist white supremacist group that has existed in America since immediately after the Civil War, protested a pride event on Sunday in Florence, Alabama, a city of 40,215 people in the state's northwest corner. In two separate Facebook posts published during the event, the Florence Alabama Police Department said it was their " duty and honor to provide security and ensure the safety of both groups" and used the hashtag #D Approximately 400 LGBTQ people and allies attended the Equality March for Unity and Pride on Sunday, an event which marked the city's first-ever pride commemoration.

Food Network's Tyler Florence features Alabama eateries on podcast

Food Network celebrity chef Tyler Florence, right, recently visited with his friend Pete Blohme at Blohme's Sunset Pointe at Fly Creek Marina. This photo was posted on Sunset Pointe's Facebook page on May 30, 2017.

Tuned In: Musical memories from our fathers

It's only in hindsight that I realize how much of what I'm doing now seems directly linked to what I learned or inherited from my dad. Tuned In: Musical memories from our fathers It's only in hindsight that I realize how much of what I'm doing now seems directly linked to what I learned or inherited from my dad.

a Black Anchora avoids first elimination

Tattoo artists Carlos Rojas and Aric Taylor of Hesperia's Black Anchor Collective were able to withstand the cold during the first episode of the ninth season of "Ink Master" on Spike TV. The first episode kicked off with a frosty challenge with Rojas and Taylor in the mix competing for big rewards.

KKK members protest LGBTQ pride march in Florence: Hate 'reared its ugly head'

White nationalists in Klu Klux Klan robes and other regalia protested an LGBTQ pride march in Florence on Sunday White nationalists in Klu Klux Klan robes and other regalia protested an LGBTQ pride march in Florence on Sunday Several members of white nationalist groups dressed in Klu Klux Klan robes and other regalia staged a protest at a Sunday event in Florence described by organizers as Northwest Alabama's first-ever LGBTQ pride parade. The relatively rare sight of people wearing KKK robes in public left many of the hundreds of LGBTQ folks and allies who attended the march feeling "shocked and then embarrassed," according to Benjamin Newbern, executive director of the Equality Shoals advocacy group.

Florence minister Will Boyd a pro-gun Democrat for Senate

Dr. Will Boyd, a Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate, is photographed in Huntsville, Ala., in May, 2017. Dr. Will Boyd, a Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate, is photographed in Huntsville, Ala., in May, 2017.

'Standard summertime weather:' what does that really mean?

It got hot on Monday! Temperatures soared to 94AoF in Florence, 93AoF in Muscle Shoals and Decatur, and 92AoF in Huntsville Monday afternoon. The 'average' high this week is around 88AoF, but we are normally about 5 degrees either side of average this time of year.

Decatur superintendent finalists from Tullahoma, Sheffield, Lauderdale, Oneonta and Elba

Four sitting superintendents are among the finalists to become the next superintendent for Decatur City Schools and another is a former superintendent. Florence attorney James Irby released the names to the school board on Monday and they include Oneonta City Schools Superintendent Michael Douglas; Sheffield City Superintendent Keith Lankford; Elba City Schools Superintendent Chresal Threadgill; Tullahoma City Schools Superintendent Dan Lawson; and Jennifer Gray, who was superintendent for Lauderdale County schools from Jan. 2013 until December 2016.

'Endangered' Florence woman has been missing for 3 weeks

Alexandria Smith, 24, is 5 feet 3 inches and weighs about 115 pounds. If you know of her whereabouts, call the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office at 256-760-5757.

Criminally negligent homicide trial begins in Lauderdale County

A Lauderdale County man is on trial this week accused of causing a woman's death in a car crash. In October 2015 a grand jury indicted Donald Keith Ray for criminally negligent homicide, just two months after the death of 88-year-old Virginia Sharp.

DCS superintendent search deadline passed, but few details shared

The lawyer vetting Decatur City Schools superintendent candidates said there is "far in excess" of 25 applicants for the job, but he will not say whether any of the applicants are current school employees. "I have promised confidentiality to all applicants and, therefore, will not reveal whether there are any internal candidates as, in my opinion, that could compromise the confidentiality I have promised," said attorney James Irby, of Florence.

Moonshine, meth and pills seized near Moulton

Four people, including two from Moulton, were arrested by Lawrence County authorities as the result of a citizen's complaint of possible drug activity. Members of the drug task force executed the search warrant recently at a residence on Alabama 33 just outside of Moulton, Lawrence County Sheriff Gene Mitchell said in a news release today.

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