Rainsville Becomes an “Alabama Communities of Excellence”

  L to R: ACE President Lisa Miller, Rainsville Mayor Nick Jones and Akaysha Yukawa. Alabama Communities of Excellence (ACE) recently designated Rainsville and four other communities after they successfully completed the ACE approach to economic and community development for cities with populations between 2,000 and 18,000. Created in 2002 as a 501 (c)3 non-profit corporation organized […]

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Woodville Wins National ENERGY STAR Competition

The Jackson County town of Woodville is bringing home a new national championship for the state of Alabama to celebrate, beating teams from across the country to win an energy-savings competition for 2014. Tuesday, the federal ENERGY STAR program announced the final results of its 2014 Battle of the Buildings National Building Competition. Woodville won […]

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TARCOG TRANSFERS VEHICLE TO COUNCIL ON AGING

TARCOG recently transferred, to the Limestone County Commission, a vehicle that had accumulated a high number of miles through staff work throughout the region.  The vehicle will be assigned to the Council on Aging, and will be used by the East Limestone Center for the delivery of meals to homebound clients.  Pictured making the transfer […]

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