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Volunteers will help launch the 16th year of Renew Our Rivers with a cleanup Feb. 21 on the Alabama River. More than 72,000 volunteers have collected nearly 14 million pounds of trash and debris since the program’s inception in 2000....
Boats criss-cross the water wearing dresses threaded with miniature bulbs. One of the most unique holiday traditions doesn’t display on tidy neighborhood front lawns, but rides on vessels across Alabama’s waterways. Each year lake communities throughout the state organize boat...
Leah Rawls Atkins, one of 20th-century Alabama’s most prominent historians, reached the pinnacle of her career six decades ago this year.
Adaptive Aquatics teaches disabled children, adults and injured service members using advancement of adapted water sports.
Newly completed boardwalk at Lakeside Park, overlooking Logan Martin Lake is perfect outdoor classroom.
Lake residents give back, share the spirit of the seaso