Alabama Money

Money Really Grows On Trees At Dollar Tree

May 28, 2021 5 min read This story originally appeared on MarketBeat Dollar Tree (NASDAQ: DLTR) has had one hell of a blow in the past year. The discount retailer is among the biggest beneficiaries of our pandemic-related shopping habits. A wide assortment of products including cleaning products and PPE …

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18 new car labels proposed for Alabama

You are probably familiar with some of the most important specialty license plates in Alabama. Cars through the starting sports labels for their favorite college or university or that promote a profession or support a cause. What you might not realize is that there are over 100 license plate options …

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Test value declines as vaccines fend off the virus

To provide our community with important public safety information, The Register-Guard is making this daily coronavirus update free to read. To support local journalism like this, please consider becoming a subscriber. WASHINGTON (AP) – The new, looser recommendations from federal health officials on masks have almost overshadowed another major change …

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Call for Crimson Tide: May 21, 2021

Today is … National Memo Day Today’s Crimson Tide Schedule Women’s Golf: Alabama at NCAA Championships, Scottsdale, AZ., All Day Baseball: Alabama vs. Mississippi State, Tuscaloosa, Ala., 6 p.m. CT, Watch/Listen/Live statistics Softball: Alabama vs Alabama State, Tuscaloosa, Ala., 5 p.m. CT, SEC Network, Watch/Listen/Live statistics Crimson Tide Results Baseball: …

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UAH Announces Selection of First Prevost Fellows

Posted: May 19, 2021 / 2:46 p.m. CDT / Update: May 19, 2021 / 2:46 p.m. CDT HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH) has announced the selection of its first two Prevost Fellows through Honors College: Tiffany Dinh, who is majoring in computer engineering, and Michael …

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2022 US Senate Race Status Update | Notice

When Senator Richard Shelby announced that he would not stand for re-election for a sixth six-year term in 2022, speculation immediately began as to who would run for the seat of our iconic senior senator. Many names have been thrown around as to who might line up for the coveted …

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Alabama lawmakers approve curb voting ban

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Alabama lawmakers on Monday approved a ban on curbside voting, a voting method Republicans described as fundamentally insecure, but Democrats argued that the vote would be easier for the elderly and others. The Alabama Senate voted 25-6 for Republican Wes Allen of Troy’s bill that would …

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Help Really, Really Sought: Auburn-Opelika Hotels and Restaurants Desperate for Employees | Local businesses

Lee County restaurants and other businesses advertise vacancies and offer on-site interviews, such as the recently opened Rob’s Ribs in downtown Auburn. Auburn and Opelika restaurants are offering higher starting salaries to potential employees, another sign of the local workforce squeeze in the hospitality industry. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey recently …

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Alabama Bass Trail to pay over $ 580K in 2022

The Alabama Bass Trail (ABT) is going to shell out big bucks for bass anglers in the coming year – better than half a million dollars, in fact, according to Kay Donaldson, director of the ABT program. Now in its ninth season, the team tournament series will take place on …

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Black-owned bank that reimburses ATM fees

The bottom line: Bank Alamerica is a good option if you live in Birmingham, Alabama, and want to do business with a black-owned brick and mortar bank. Look elsewhere if you want more robust features, like high interest rates and a mobile app. Advantages and disadvantages Annual percentage return (APY) …

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There is a lot of money in stolen catalytic converters

A huge increase in catalytic converter theft has hit the country, at least for the second time this century. Thieves slip under cars and trucks and brazenly saw converters by the thousands. The attraction is the precious metals inside the converter, an anti-pollution device. One of the many cities reporting …

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Alabama Mardi Gras park gets million dollar investment

Downtown Mobile Park dedicated to Alabama’s oldest and most popular annual festival receives $ 1.1 million upgrade thanks to what city officials called an “indication of what can be done with a real public-private partnership ”. Mardi Gras Park, over the next few months, will receive more than $ 400,000 …

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Alabama city scam airs on HBO’s ‘Generation Hustle’

By ALEX HOSEYOpelika-Auburn news OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) – HBO’s new real-crime documentary series “Generation Hustle” features the town of Opelika and Roundhouse, the start-up business incubator founded by now convicted criminal Kyle Sandler. The series, which dropped on HBO Max Thursday, features interviews with several Opelika residents familiar with Sandler …

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DC Police Department victim of apparent ransomware attack

Potentially sensitive information from the Washington, DC Police Department was allegedly breached by a ransomware attack by a group seeking payment. A group called Babuk claimed to be behind the attack. On a message posted on its website, the group threatened to divulge information removed from ministry systems if they …

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Supreme Court to Hear US Prosperity Donors Case

WASHINGTON – More than a decade after the short Supreme changed campaign finance rules in a historic case, judges hear arguments on Monday in a challenge to disclosure requirements that could make it easier for donors to spend anonymously. At stake is a California mandate for nonprofits to disclose their …

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Steelers have a lot to think about | News, Sports, Jobs

PITTSBURGH – Ben Roethlisberger’s running mates disappear. At least on the football field. Tight end Vance McDonald retired in January. Longtime Pro Bowl center Maurkice Pouncey followed suit a few weeks later. Roethlisberger, at least for the moment, is not going anywhere. The 39-year-old has restructured his contract to make …

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Jaimie Cavanaugh, Daryl James: COVID-19 Has States Rethinking Big Hospitals Favoritism | Chroniclers

Certification boards in many jurisdictions have acted as usual during the global health crisis, although Alabama has suspended requirements for services directly related to COVID-19. “Connecting the competition”, a national analysis of the nonprofit Institute for Justice, documents emergency measures in a total of 25 jurisdictions. The temporary orders show …

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Northeast firefighting gear donation arrives at Coker

An 18-wheeler automobile pulled up exterior the Coker Volunteer Hearth Division on Thursday, loaded with a mountain of firefighting gear donated by the departments of New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. The gear represents a bonanza of kit that many volunteer providers in western Alabama may by no means have …

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