New Florence/Lauderdale Booking Photos

April 11, 2012

Here’s the second half of Florence/Lauderdale booking photos. Remember, these folks are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. Don’t judge. This information is published free of charge by The Quad-Cities Daily as a public service.


Time to Mow? You Know When You’ve Waited Too Long…

April 11, 2012

You know its past time to mow for the first time… Your neighbors ask if your lawn mower is in the shop. Lawn services leave business cards in your mailbox. Your dogs can’t find their toys. You can’t find your dogs toys. You can’t find your dogs when they lie down. The weeds have gone […]


Governor Bentley Signs Aviation Amendment

April 10, 2012

MONTGOMERY – Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday signed into law House Bill 39, a measure that will help the state recruit new investment while also creating and sustaining new jobs.  Commonly called the “Aviation Amendment,” House Bill 39 provides a state sales tax exemption that applies to aviation-related businesses.  Specifically, the exemption covers aircraft manufacturing parts, components, and […]


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New Tuscumbia Booking Photos and Muscle Shoals Arrest Reports

April 9, 2012

Check out the new Tuscumbia P.D. and Muscle Shoals P.D. reports. Remember, these persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. don’t judge. The Quad-Cities Daily provides this public information free of charge as a public service.


Warmest March on Record

April 9, 2012

WASHINGTON – According to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientists, record- and near-record breaking temperatures dominated the eastern two-thirds of the nation and contributed to the warmest March on record for the contiguous United States, a record that dates back to 1895. Over 15,000 records were broken as March 2012 became the warmest on record. […]


New Florence/Lauderdale Booking Photos

April 9, 2012

Check Law & Order for all the latest info on Connolly’s Most Wanted – Registered Sex Offenders – and Booking Photos and Arrest Reports! Or you can click on Florence/Lauderdale Here. Remember, these people are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Don’t judge. The Quad-Cities Daily provides this information free of charge as a public service.


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Mental Health Update From Montgomery

April 9, 2012

TUSCALOOSA – Governor Robert Bentley on Friday detailed long-range plans for the treatment of patients within the Alabama Department of Mental Health.  The Governor was joined by Mental Health Commissioner Zelia Baugh.   “A month ago, I ordered construction of the new Bryce Hospital to stop while we carefully evaluated the needs of patients served by the Department of Mental […]


Luncheon Held To Welcome Caroline Aderholt

April 7, 2012

The RWOS held a fashion show/luncheon on Thursday, April 5, 2012, at Emerald River, The Shoals Hotel, to welcome Mrs. Caroline Aderholt to the Shoals and to show our appreciation to Mrs. Martha Brooks for her involvement with the Republican Women.       Approximately 80 guest enjoyed lunch and a Fashion Show featuring spring fashions from The Village […]


Alien Messages in Plain Sight

April 7, 2012

Could there be a faster way to discover interesting galactic neighbors? Is there some scheme for detecting aliens that might work quicker than tuning in their radio transmissions or hunting down their laser pulses? There might be, and for a simple reason. The cosmos is three times as old as Earth. During most of creation’s […]


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Governor Bentley Discusses Revisions of Alabama Immigration Bill

April 6, 2012

MONTGOMERY – Governor Robert Bentley on Thursday discussed proposed revisions to Alabama’s immigration law.  The revisions are contained within House Bill 658, which was filed Thursday afternoon.  “Over the last several months, we have worked closely with legislative leaders and various groups to clarify and simplify portions of the immigration law, and the result is a more effective […]


Bill To Help Unemployed Veterans Find New Jobs

April 6, 2012

MONTGOMERY – Governor Robert Bentley on Wednesday signed into law the Heroes for Hire Act, which will help veterans returning from deployment find new jobs or start new businesses.     “When our service men and women were called to defend our freedoms, they didn’t ask questions.  They simply answered the call to serve,” Governor Bentley […]


Southern Bullion Welcomed to The Shoals

April 6, 2012

FLORENCE – Another sign of a growing Shoals economy appeared Wednesday, as The Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony at Southern Bullion Coin & Jewelry. Here is Southern Bullion Coin & Jewelry’s statement: “At Southern Bullion Coin & Jewelry our courteous staff treats each and every customer with the utmost respect. We offer […]


Great American, Brian Felber of Florence – Honored Tonight

April 6, 2012

FLORENCE – A young Florence resident, Brian Felber, was honored Tuesday night. While this week’s City Council meeting was spent mostly on the closing of the landfill resolution, the most moving part of the evening was at the beginning of the session. Mayor Bobby Irons Tuesday night, announced that he and The City Council  have […]


Lauderdale County Woman Missing

April 5, 2012

Lauderdale County Sheriff Ronnie Willis confirmed with The Quad-Cities Daily a report that 29-year-old Asahley Sterry is missing.   A call was received around 5 a.m. Thursday morning by the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s office from Ashleigh’s mother stating she had received several text messages from her daughter saying she had been kidnapped and was being […]


Names of Arrestees in Operation Pendulum

April 5, 2012

SHEFFIELD – Police Chief Greg Ray has releasedthe names of those arrested in this morning’s sweep of Grand Jury Indictment related arrests. They are listed here: 1. Angela Landers Sheffield 38 UDCS 2.Diere Matthews Evergreen, AL 23 POM/UDCS 3.Phillip Richardson Sheffield 49 UDCS/3 MISD. 4.Glenda Brewer Tuscumbia 22 CHEM-END OF A CHILD 5.Richard Ricks Sheffield […]


Empty Bowls Luncheon – Helps Many Families

April 5, 2012

FLORENCE – Shoals residents turned out in the many hundreds Wednesday to attend the Salvation Army’s 9th Annual ‘Empty Bowls’ Luncheon. The event, which was held at the Mariott Convention Center, reminds participants of the need to help out those in who are less fortunate. The event was organized by The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary of The […]


Fewer Drugs on Streets – Thanks to Sheffield Police

April 5, 2012

SHEFFIELD – When Police Chief Greg Ray asked the City Council for funds to create a drug enforcement unit, he promised that it would be money well spent. At about 5 o’clock this morning, he made good on his word. Sheffield officers, with assistance from several local, and state law enforcement agencies, along with the […]


Keller Presents Family Health Fair and Wellness Run

April 5, 2012

SHEFFIELD – Come join the fun at the 2012 Family Health Fair and Wellness Run on Saturday, April 7 at the Keller Wellcare Center, located on the campus of Helen Keller Hospital. The event is sponsored by Helen Keller Hospital, Keller Wellcare Center, Keller Sportsmedicine, and Kohl’s Cares®. The Family Health Fair will be held from […]


Three Year Struggle Ends – Environmentalists Prevail

April 4, 2012

FLORENCE – After years of arguing, photographing, and the hiring of independent scientists to dispute the claims of the Florence Solid Waste Authority, a dedicated cadre’ of environmentalists succeeded in getting the City Council to close its municipal landfill to garbage, once and for all. In a 5 to 1 vote last night, the Council […]


Each Spring Morning Brings New Surprises

April 4, 2012

Mary Carton, a friend of The Quad-Cities Daily who also writes for us had these thoughts on spring mornings.  Here are her words and pictures:       As I creak and crackle out of bed each morning, I wonder what new bloom surprises the day will bring.  I make a cup of coffee and […]


Madison County Booking Photos

April 4, 2012

New Madison County booking photos. All the people shown here are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. Don’t judge…


New Florence/Lauderdale & Tuscumbia Booking Photos

April 3, 2012

Check Law & Order for all Law Enforcement and District Attorney lists that are publicly available. We have FLORENCE/LAUDERDALE and TUSCUMBIA booking photos new today. Remember, these people are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Don’t judge…


Chamber Hosts “Shred Event”

April 3, 2012

THE SHOALS – The Shoals Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with Lambert Record Center, a Chamber member, and Shoals Scholar Dollars to raise awareness about consumer fraud and identity theft. In doing so, Lambert Record Center is donating its on-site shredding truck to offer paper shredding service to Chamber Member and Shoals residents at no […]


Alleged “Celebrities” Shooter in Custody – Lounge Causes Problems for City

April 3, 2012

SHEFFIELD – Police Chief Greg Ray tells The Quad-Cities Daily that Celebrities Martini Bar & Lounge has a poor track record. The bar on Hatch Boulevard last Saturday night was the scene of another incident in a string of altercations, this time leading to a man getting shot.             The alleged […]