HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City Schools, despite facing educational packet and food giveaways to their students who are under Governor Kay Ivey's Stay at Home order to the coronavirus pandemic facing the state, have reached out in good will to compile and deliver 500 bags of essentials to health care workers throughout the city.
HALEYVILLE - Winston Memorial Cemetery has decoration on Easter morning at sunrise every year, and this year will be no different. However, there will be no sunrise service at this time due to the COVID-19 virus. Graves can still be decorated.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville Elementary School has announced the postponement for kindergarten registration which was set for May 1. The new date will be announced at a later time.
HALEYVILLE - Friendship Primitive Baptist Church, located on County Road 23, has an annual Sacred Harp singing and decoration on the fourth Sunday in April. Decoration this year is Sunday, April 26. Due to the COVID-19 virus, the singing portion of decoration has been canceled this year. However, the cemetery will be cleaned and the decorating of graves will continue.
ARLEY - The Town of Arley has postponed their regular monthly meeting Monday, April 6.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Double Springs Middle School has released the following third nine weeks honor roll.
HALEYVILLE - Piggly Wiggly in Haleyville will begin offering free curbside pickup service Saturday, April 4.
FRANKLIN COUNTY - A two-vehicle crash Tuesday night, March 31, in Franklin County claimed the life of an elderly man.
BIRMINGHAM - As the Deep South sees a surge in cases of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, experts from the University of Alabama at Birmingham have created a symptom checker to identify hot spots where the virus is spreading.
BEAR CREEK - Marion County Schools Superintendent Ann West, through a letter released April 1, announced plans for the remainder of the school year since all schools have been closed for traditional classes for the remainder of the school year.
WINSTON COUNTY - Although schools across Alabama will be closed to traditional learning methods for the remainder of the school year due to COVID-19, Winston County Schools students will still be taught, just in non-traditional methods.
WINSTON COUNTY - A confirmed case of Coronavirus-2019 affecting an employee at a Clayton Homes plant in Addison has brought to light the effect the virus outbreak is having on jobs and the overall economy.
LYNN - As the nation first learned about Coronavirus-2019, many did not believe it would get to Small Town, U.S.A. However, it has infiltrated the country, going from one to nearly 1,000 cases in Alabama as of press time Monday, including two residents of Winston County. A U.S. Postal Service employee at the Lynn Post Office, a non-Winston resident, has now tested positive.