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Located some 60 miles NE of Birmingham on the banks of the Coosa River, the city initially was a busy river boat port. Heavy industry dominated the town in the middle part of the 20th century including heavyweights Goodyear and Republic Steel. The city has seen a revival since its low point in the 1980's and has since been recognized, receiving the City Livability Award.

Population: 37291
Local Newspapers: Gadsden Times
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: Gadsden State Community College

Zip Codes associated with gadsden, alabama: 35901 35903 35904 35905 35906 35907
Towns/Cities near gadsden, alabama : Reece City Ridgeville Attalla Rainbow City Southside Hokes Bluff Steele

Gadsden News
Commission votes 4-1 to give sheriff more time on meals for county inmates

The Walker County Commission on Monday held an executive session on pending litigation for about an hour, and then voted 3-1 to delay handing over to the The Walker County Commission on Monday held an executive session on pending litigation for about an hour, and then voted 3-1 to delay handing over to the sheriff the direct funding, as well as the responsibility to contract, meals at the Walker County Jail until Jan. 1, 2018. The commission voted earlier this month to have meal funds to go direct to the sheriff instead of through the General Fund.

Gadsden murder suspect captured, held on $1 million cash bond

Anthony Bruce Macon, 36, was arrested without incident about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, said Gadsden police Sgt. John Hallman.

Gadsden police searching for murder suspect following motel shooting

Police responded to a call of shots fired on Tuesday around 8:15 p.m. at a motel in the 200 block of North Albert Raines Boulevard. Detectives also found a second gunshot victim, a 23-year-old woman, who was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Alabama Senate candidate says son's arrest is a 'cheap political trick'

City Administrator Jeff Sprock says their website was built by a Mitchell High School class approxi... -- Charlie Yates awoke to the smell of smoke around midnight on Monday -- just two weeks after moving cross-country from Virginia to call California home ... -- The U.S. Navy has relieved the USS John S. McCain's top two officers for a "loss of confidence" following the deadly collision in August that killed 10 sailors... Wildfires have ravaged California wine country, with more threats yet to come. Crews are fighting 17 wildfires that destroyed at least 1,500 homes, according to the Washington... The No.

Son of Senate candidate Roy Moore arrested in Alabama

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Alabama man faces multiple drug charges

The Gadsden Times reports that Cherokee County Sheriff Jeff Shaver says 48-year-old Tyde Allen Weeks was arrested Monday and charged with trafficking, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree marijuana possession.

Jacksonville City Council considers rental license fee increase

The Jacksonville City Council had a first reading for a proposed city ordinance to increase rental license fee on properties over the next two years based off annual gross receipts. The council's goal is to use the fee increase, along with other tax increases it passed Monday, to lessen the deficit in the city's 2018 fiscal year budget.

"Fields of Faith:" Student athletes will gather in Jsu stadium for national event

'Fields of Faith' gatherings, sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will take place this year in more than 500 locations. 'Fields of Faith' gatherings, sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, will take place this year in more than 500 locations.

Alabama teen charged with murder after man shot and killed

Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin tells The Gadsden Times that 19-year-old Ty Jordan Kirkland was arrested on Tuesday in the killing of 42-year-old Kevin Charles Jones. Kirkland is accused of shooting Jones after a verbal confrontation at Jones' residence in Boaz.

Marching band competition to be held Saturday in Trussville

Organizers who decided to strike up a band competition in Trussville are counting down to Saturday- the day of its inaugural contest. Paul Henderson, president of the Hewitt-Trussville High School band foundation, said bands from high schools across the state will take part in the competition that will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday at the stadium at Hewitt-Trussville High School.

Spotlight on: Gloria Crider, rehabilitation services

Gloria Crider is an administrative assistant within the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services. She is retiring in January after nearly 43 years with the agency.

Mom smoked meth with teen daughter; 2 charged, authorities say

Etowah County sheriff's officials say 23-year-old Travis Jeremiah Talton, of Gadsden, was allowing a 17-year-old girl to stay with him at a home on Highway 411. Authorities have charged him with two counts of interference with custody, which is a felony, and one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Where do Roy Moore, Luther Strange attend church?

There's been a lot of talk about God and religion in the campaign for the U.S. Senate special election Republican primary runoff set for Tuesday between former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore and U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, who was appointed to the seat this year. "I always worry right away when people running for office wrap themselves in religion," said Alabama historian J. Wayne Flynt, author of "Alabama Baptists," "Southern Religion and Christian Diversity in the 20th Century" and other books about faith.

Look Back ... to an eastern bypass in four years? 1992

No Twitter. No Facebook. How to get opinions disseminated instantly back in 1942? A clever radio-telephone hookup did the trick for Anniston residents via their local radio station, WHMA.

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