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Montevallo Features Fire Hydrant Walking Tour

September 30th, 2021

Montevallo's Pendleton Hydrant Parade, a 2.6-mile trail that features 29 painted fire hydrants, has recently completed its renovations. Local artists volunteered to paint the hydrants in a number of different themes that reflect what Montevallo residents love about their community, including Montevallo Bulldogs, first responders, local flora and fauna, and community assets such as the Sister City, Tinglewood, and James Wylie Shepherd Observatory.

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T-Mobile Awards $50,000 Hometown Grant For Downtown Atmore Project

September 27th, 2021

Atmore will use the $50,000 to provide an internet technology lab as well as computer furnishings which will be located in the former Atmore Hardware store on Main Street.

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ATHENS MAIN STREET AWARDED AMLA ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR

September 27th, 2021

One of the organization's latest projects is the renovation of Merchants Alley to feature murals, outdoor dining space and more.

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Headland downtown square electrical improvement project nears completion

September 14th, 2021

Headland's downtown square has been undergoing some electrical upgrades this summer, and city leaders say those improvements are almost complete.

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Main Street Wetumpka leaves Main Street Alabama conference with awards

September 9th, 2021

Main Street Wetumpka took home the Excellence in Fundraising award and secretary and treasurer Dennis Fain walked away the Main Street Hero Award at the 2021 Awards of Excellence Banquet held during the eighth Main Street Alabama Annual Conference.

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