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    February is not only the month to give roses to the one you love, but it’s also a fine time to plant roses in Alabama. Learn more

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Acing the application


The senior year of high school is packed with excitement and anticipation. But for some students and parents, the prospect of applying for college, evaluating schools and worrying about financial aid overshadows the fun. A little planning and wise advice can help take the stress out of the process. Read on to get some tips from experts …

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Living history

Aroine Irby
Aroine Irby

The Alabama state Capitol building’s magnificent white dome has looked down upon some of our country’s most important events.

On its white marble steps, in 1861, Jefferson Davis was sworn in as the first and only president of the Confederate States of America; a bronze star marks the spot. More than 100 years later, at the edge of the same steps, another event unfolded, one that would change the world.

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Training Alabama’s future workers

Facing a severe shortage in its workforce, Alabama’s construction industry came together in 2010 to push a simple message: “Go Build Alabama.”…
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