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State Commerce Department wins President’s ‘E’ Award for supporting Alabama exports

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross today presented the Alabama Department of Commerce with the President’s “E” Award for Export Service, the highest recognition...

Alabama lawmakers split on Covid relief and omnibus bill, passed with bipartisan support

Late Monday night, both the Senate and House of Representatives passed a $900 billion relief measure designed to provide long-awaited coronavirus assistance...
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Steve Flowers: Jim Martin father of modern Republican Party in Alabama

Three years ago, Jim Martin passed away in Gadsden at 99 years old.  His beloved wife of 60 years, Pat, was by...

$4 million grant by Department of Labor helps Dannon Project restore lives

Nearly 25 years ago, Danon Pruitt’s young life was cut short. “As a high school senior, my youngest brother-in-law had his whole life...

DURA Automotive to produce EV battery trays at new Alabama facility

The project will create 279 direct jobs and expand the potential for Alabama’s auto industry to capitalize on the growing EV wave.

Mazda Toyota Manufacturing to boost Alabama investment by $830 million

The additional investment brings the total figure in the state-of-the-art facility in Huntsville to $2.311 billion, up from the $1.6 billion originally announced in 2018.

$500 million electric arc furnace to create 300 jobs in Alabama

ArcelorMittal, which now operates the facility in a partnership with Nippon Steel Corp., announced plans today to add the electric arc furnace, or EAF, capable of producing 1.5 metric tons of steel annually.
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Laptops for Alabama schools seized by US agency

Etowah County Schools Superintendent Alan Cosby said Tuesday that his district ordered the Chromebook computers in June.

Alabama earns high marks for business climate

Alabama’s workforce development and talent attraction programs ranked No. 2.

New investment across Alabama topped $7 billion in 2019

2019 represents one of the most productive years for economic development in Alabama.



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