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Brad Harper


Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Brad:

Coronavirus and giving: Montgomery steps up to feed nurses with community donation program

It started with a pizza delivery to an ER. Days later, over 500 dinners are going to three hospitals. → Read More

Coronavirus: Hyundai group donates $200,000 to Birmingham drive-through testing site

The gift is part of $2.2M in donations to COVID-19 testing sites across America → Read More

Coronavirus pandemic keeps long-haul truckers on the move

Finding a real meal or even a public restroom is becoming a challenge as truckers roll on through the pandemic → Read More

Coronavirus: Which Alabama businesses must close to the public?

Here's a list of which businesses the state says must close to the public through April 17. → Read More

Rheem: No coronavirus case at Montgomery plant

Company denies social media reports after a plant closure and deep cleaning → Read More

Hyundai extends shut down, says workers must take vacation time

Vehicle production at the plant won't resume until at least April 13 → Read More

Dreamland's Bob Parker went on an informational crusade after coronavirus forced restaurants closures

"If we want to avoid a complete meltdown of our economy and our system, we need to go home," Bob Parker said. → Read More

Coronavirus and grocery stores: Why are some products hard to get at Alabama supermarkets?

Toilet paper, eggs, and bread are sometimes hard to come by. It's an unprecedented demand problem, say grocers. → Read More

Fund set up as job crisis unfolds amid coronavirus scare in Montgomery and central Alabama

Unemployment is expected to top 14.6% in the next 90 days, according to a forecast released Friday → Read More

Coronavirus: Montgomery, River Region businesses sink, stages go dark

From innkeepers to artists, locals struggle to stay afloat during efforts to stop the spread of the virus → Read More

Coronavirus and aging: Alabama's oldest citizens hit with more danger, burdens

It's especially dangerous for those 65 and older, who were already among the most food insecure in the nation → Read More

Alabama beware: Scammers try to exploit coronavirus fears

Texts, emails and phone calls often claim to be from CDC or other government agency → Read More

Alabama Hyundai plant extends coronavirus shutdown, will pay 3,000 workers

The plant stopped production Wednesday after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 → Read More

Coronavirus in the River Region: Businesses scramble to adjust to COVID-19 realities

Montgomery has already lost millions in lodging tax revenue because of hotel cancellations → Read More

Georgia woman killed in five-car pileup in Montgomery County

Three more vehicles struck the victim's car after the initial collision → Read More

Coronavirus: EJI closes Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice

People who pre-purchased tickets can get refunds or reschedule, EJI said → Read More

Alabama internet providers offer free service to students' homes after coronavirus epidemic

Starting Monday, homes with K-12 or college students can get free service for up to 60 days → Read More

Montgomery man killed in overnight collision

A 56-year-old Montgomery man died in a traffic collision just after midnight Tuesday, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. Steve Wayne Dixon was driving a 2005 Chevrolet Impala when it collided with a 2009 STE truck, State Troopers said. The crash happened on US 231 about 3 miles north of Montgomery. Dixon was pronounced dead at the scene. The condition of the driver of the other… → Read More

Coronavirus: Montgomery airport deep-cleans, gas hits $1.99, food deliveries jump

Orders through Waitr are up as much as 16% over the past two weeks → Read More

From the XFL to the next Intel: Former player grows tech startup in Montgomery

Walk-on legend helps spark a tech revolution in Alabama → Read More