Tuesday Dec 3
Etowah authorities arrest aunt and nephew for burglaries, looking for third suspect
Sheriff Todd Entrekin announced the arrests of Cynthia Renae Honea, 32, and her nephew, Ryan Neal Honea, 21, both of Boaz.
Kitchen Cops: 3 low performers
The Western Sizzlin in Boaz remains on the Marshall County Health Department's reinspection schedule after scoring a 72 during their recent inspection.
Community braces for impact of plant closure
The Boaz Chamber of Commerce said local businesses are concerned about the city's economy in the wake of the Pilgrim's Pride plant closure announcement.
Pilgrims Announces Strategic Investments; Operational Streamlining
Pilgrim's Pride Corporation today announced several operational changes to improve efficiencies as part of its goal to generate approximately $200 million in savings in 2014.
Pilgrim's Pride in Boaz To Close
There's news of a large economic blow coming to Marshall County. WHNT News 19 has learned through multiple sources Pilgrim's Pride is closing its poultry processing plant in Boaz.
The Kingsmen Southern gospel quartet to sing in Boaz, Ala.
The Kingsmen Quartet , members of The Christian Music Hall of Fame and winners of multiple Dove Awards and several Grammy nominations, will bring their classic Southern gospel harmonies to Boaz, Ala., on Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013.
Wildomar Gets Fourth Park
Wildomar's elected officials have long maintained that approximately 27 acres of vacant land adjacent to Ronald Reagan Elementary School was intended for a city park, and Wednesday night the official sign-off was completed: The land is Wildomar's.
Mayor pushes for Boaz aquatic center approval
A proposal for an aquatics center in Boaz is back on the table. City leaders will revisit the proposal, some three months after the city council voted it down.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Alabama suspends license of day care after death
<![CDATA[BOAZ, Ala. (AP) -- State regulators have suspended the license of a day care center where a baby died in Marshall County. WAAY-TV (http://bit.ly/1bnLuba ) reports that the Alabama Department of Human Resources took the action against Sweet Pea Learning Academy and Daycare Center in Boaz. A 4-month-old baby died at the center on Monday, and officials have yet to release a cause of death. A suspension notice issued to the center says it had several violations, including placing the baby on his stomach and having items in the crib. It also cites a failure to have a qualified person in charge on the day of the death; admitting an ill child; and making false statements to police and Human Resources. Police initially said employees at the center were cooperating in the investigation.