Brittney Jones-Dabney

News Reporter

The intrepid inspectors with the Montgomery County Health Department are in action again this week tracking down restaurants whose violations could put you in danger when eating out. This week the health team conducted a total of 39 inspections of food service and lodging establishments. Reporter Brittney Jones-Dabney files this report. Visit the Montgomery Health Department’s website for a full list of scores.

Every Thursday on WVAS, we will bring you the latest restaurant health inspection scores from the Montgomery County Department of Public Health. This week the department conducted a total of 43 inspections of food service and lodging establishments. Visit the Montgomery Health Department’s website for a full list of scores.

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey along with other state and local officials announced on yesterday a new initiative that would both educate and equip Alabamians to incorporate fire safety into their daily lives. According to Ivey, the new partnership, Let’s Get Alarmed Alabama, came about after the success of a similar program in Montgomery. Throughout the past year, the Montgomery Fire and Rescue have partnered with the Montgomery EMA, local military volunteers, and several local non-profits to distribute and install 20,000 smoke detectors to households throughout Montgomery County.

The intrepid inspectors with the Montgomery County Health Department are back in action this week tracking down restaurants whose violations could put you in danger when eating out. This week the department conducted a total of 58 inspections of food service and lodging establishments. Reporter Brittney Jones-Dabney files this report…

Every Thursday on WVAS, we will bring you the latest restaurant health inspection scores from the Montgomery County Department of Public Health. This week the department conducted a total of 63 inspections of food service and lodging establishments. Visit the Montgomery Health Department’s website for a full list of scores.

Every Thursday on WVAS, we will bring you the latest restaurant health inspection scores from the Montgomery County Department of Public Health. This week the department conducted a total of 63 inspections of food service and lodging establishments. Visit the Montgomery Health Department’s website for a full list of scores.

Nearly 50 miles of road will be resurfaced in Montgomery County over the next 12 months. Montgomery County officials say the project will fix aging roadways in Pike Road and throughout the county. County Assistant Engineer Kevin Boone says the road improvement is the largest project the county has undertaken in a 12-month period. The improvements will cost $11 million total, with the bulk of the funding coming from federal money and the remaining in county money.

Alabama State University faculty, students, employees, and alumni will visit over 17 elementary schools in Montgomery and read to schoolchildren on Tuesday. The community service project, Read &Rise is a popular event during ASU’s 118th  Founders’ Week celebration. Project Manager for Institutional Advancement, Taylor Noeller says the event aims to motivate children to read and become successful in life.

Advocates for the expansion of Alabama’s First Class Pre-K Program are urging legislators to prioritize money in this year’s budget to expand access to the voluntary Pre-K program. The proposed budget increase of $23 million dollars was suggested by Gov. Kay Ivey. Bob Powers, Co-chair of the Alabama School Readiness Alliance Pre-K Task Force says the increase allows accommodation for more children.

Students, parents, teachers and elected officials across Alabama participated in a rally in support of National School Choice Week on Thursday. The event is a public awareness effort to promote education options such as charter schools, magnet schools, online learning, private schools, and homeschooling. Ebraham Lee, School Choice advocate explained school choice means parents have the choice of choosing options outside of traditional public schools.

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