WINSTON COUNTY - Governor Kay Ivey’s state health order issued on April 7, has given permission for senior citizen centers throughout the state to reopen their doors Monday, after being closed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but local officials feel the attached guidelines are so strict that centers will presently remain closed.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Residents are coming from not just Winston but surrounding counties to get their COVID-19 vaccinations on a walk-up basis, forming long lines stretching into the parking lot and around the sides of the Winston County Health Department, without having an appointment.
WINSTON COUNTY - Walmart Pharmacy at the Haleyville store is among the locations of Walmarts which began administering the COVID-19 vaccines on Friday, Feb. 12.
ADDISON - Both Addison Elementary and Addison High School will be virtual until Feb. 1, due to a positive COVID-19 case among the cafeteria staff and resulting quarantines due to contacts, Winston County Schools Superintendent Greg Pendley announced Monday.
HALEYVILLE - With COVID-19 vaccines finally making it into the arms of local healthcare workers and first responders, residents are wanting to learn more about the vaccine itself.
WINSTON COUNTY - After a year of restlessness and uncertainty, several companies have been successful in their race for a COVID-19 vaccine, with the first rounds of shots being distributed to those who are on the front lines battling the virus, such as health care workers.
HAMILTON - A partnership between the Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments, the University of North Alabama, the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Industrial Development Authority of Winston County has created a free digital marketing class focusing on business affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.