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County hires new EMA director: Vigor begins June 1

A veteran law enforcement officer with a background in firefighting, EMS and amateur radio is set to take the helm of the Butler County Emergency ... Read more

1 week ago by Mark Rogers.

COVID-19 pandemic crates Butler County Humane Society

Spring is a time full of festivals and events, and like many organizations, the Butler County Humane Society has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Mark Rogers.

Delinquent Tax Notices: Do you owe?

Butler County Revenue Commissioner Deborah B. Crews released the county’s Delinquent Tax Sale List on Wednesday, April 29. Landowners listed currently owe 2019 property taxes ... Read more

1 month ago by Adam Prestridge.

COVID-19 testing set in Butler County on April 21

A drive-thru COVID-19 testing site will be available for Butler County residents tomorrow, Tuesday, April 21. From 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., the Butler County ... Read more

1 month ago by Mark Rogers.

Strong storms expected; State of Emergency issued

Strong storms are expected to move into the region later this evening. Butler, Crenshaw and Lowndes counties have been moved into the “moderate” risk category ... Read more

2 months ago by Mark Rogers.

BCSS feeding program continues, closure plans released

As directed by Gov. Kay Ivey, Butler County School System will implement a plan to complete the 2019-20 school year using alternate methods of instruction. ... Read more

2 months ago by Staff Reports.

Curfews begin at 10 p.m. Friday; state orders Stay at Home

The City of Greenville and Butler County are only a few hours away from the first night of recently enacted curfews issued amid the COVID-19 ... Read more

2 months ago by Adam Prestridge.

Butler County curfew enacted, begins at 10 p.m. April 3

The Butler County Commission held a meeting via teleconference at 4:30 p.m. today, Thursday, April 2, to discuss ways to assist in eliminating the spread ... Read more

2 months ago by Adam Prestridge.

Gov. orders ‘non-essential’ businesses closed until April 17

Following the March 26 announcement that all Alabama public school buildings would close for the remainder of the current school year, Governor Kay Ivey has ... Read more

2 months ago by Matt Hutcheson.

Gov. Ivey announces public schools to close for remainder of year, pursue ‘alternate’ education methods

Gov. Kay Ivey joined with Superintendent Eric Mackey and state health officer Scott Harris to announce stricter measures in the fight against COVID-19. Ivey began ... Read more

2 months ago by Matt Hutcheson.

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