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By Marty Roney, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Aug. 4--Katrina Lucas is anxiously looking forward to Thursday, the first day of the new academic year for Autauga County Schools.
By Scott Johnson, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jul. 25--The field of technology is growing every day and the pay is getting better all the time, but not many girls are trying out for the geek squad. A summer program at H.
By Jenn Rowell, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jul. 23--Parents and students spoke out against the appeals process for magnet school enrollment at Tuesday night's Montgomery County Board of Education meeting. A number of students at Booker T.
By Alvin Benn, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jul. 23--SAND ISLAND -- Two rickety, one-way wooden bridges with protruding nails and rotting boards are all that connect this community of 200 to the "mainland." It isn't that far -- only a few feet really.
By Kenneth Mullinax, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jul. 9--A pilot program to encourage more students to take Advanced Placement tests is running ahead of schedule.
By Cosby Woodruff, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jul.
By Cosby Woodruff, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jun. 25--Parking a car long-term at Montgomery Regional Airport will become more expensive next month after the airport's governing body voted to raise the rates Tuesday.
By Cosby Woodruff, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jun. 24--Montgomery Regional Airport's months-long debate over how its parking lot should be redesigned could end tonight when the airport authority votes on a plan that drew no opposition Monday at a committee meeting.
By Kym Klass, Montgomery Advertiser, Ala. Jun. 23--Faced with higher and higher food and beverage costs, restaurants in the River Region are struggling to keep menu prices reasonable and still stay in business.
- Growing in low tufty patches.