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The list of the names is a part of rotating lists of names. For example, the list used in 2012 is used in 2018. Each storm will be named alphabetically. The lists of names are chosen by World MeteorologicalMore >>
The names for the 2013 North Atlantic hurricane season.More >>
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Punishment tempered with mercy. That's the attitude Bullock County school superintendent Keith Stewart has taken in the case involving 23 seniors who admitted either causing or being part More >>
Punishment tempered with mercy. That's the attitude Bullock County school superintendent Keith Stewart has taken in the case involving 23 seniors who admitted either causing or being part of a mess at Bullock County High School.More >>
Dan Sligh and his wife were in their pickup truck on Interstate 5 heading to a camping trip when a bridge before them disappeared in a "big puff of dust."More >>
The trucker was hauling a load of drilling equipment when his load bumped against the steel framework over an Interstate 5 bridge. He looked in his rearview mirror and watched in horror as the span collapsed into the water...More >>
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The Foshee Management Company plans to convert the 40 Four Building in Downtown Montgomery for residential and commercial use. The 3rd through 6th floors of the building will become apartments and theMore >>
The Foshee Management Company plans to convert the 40 Four Building in Downtown Montgomery for residential and commercial use. More >>
Phenix City could see more than 3,000 jobs, new hotels, restaurants and more on the site that will be called The Brickyard.
An 87 acre plot of land from Brickyard Road to the river that will change the way residents think about Phenix City.
Max Wilkes, Phenix City Councilman, says, "I think it'll bring people in, we've never had anything like this...it's something we've been looking for the last three years."
J.W. Brannen, a developer on the project, adds, "It's almost unimaginable to the value if the city. It is so vast it means a lot of revenue." And with a lot of revenue comes, a lot of jobs. Its projected it will bring more than 3,000 jobs, 1,500 of them will be permanent.
The Brickyard is on the other side of Chattahoochee River across from the Civic Center. Councilman Wilkes says the proposal just needs a final approval by Phenix City council next week.
"It's gonna have shopping, condos, [and] motels. I think it will tie well into whitewater too," said Wilkes.
Brannen says one of the best features will be the entertainment district. "This project is going to be designed to have entertainment out here for the people to come to Fort Benning."
Brannen wouldn't give names but says the entertainment area has already begun to attract big entertainment acts.
"I think it'll change the way people think about Phenix City around the world."