Sara MacNeil, MontgomeryAdvertiser

Sara MacNeil


Montgomery, AL, United States

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Recent articles by Sara:

Montgomery residents push to rename Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day

At least two residents are pushing for Montgomery to rename Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day → Read More

Steven Reed, David Woods head to runoff for Montgomery mayor

With 12 candidates, a runoff was predicted by many. → Read More

Montgomery mayor and City Council election: A voter's guide to who's on the ballot

Basic information for voters. → Read More

Road, small park with walking trail to be built near Goodwyn Park

The project is funded by the county and the city. Funds were allocated from the oil and gas tax fund. → Read More

Where do I vote? Montgomerians can vote for city, state races at same location Aug. 27

The county commission adopted city precinct lines, so voters wouldn’t have to go to two different locations to vote for city and state races. → Read More

Most mayoral candidates to attend forum Wednesday at Davis Theatre

Eleven out of 12 candidates for mayor will participate in a mayoral forum at Troy University on Wednesday. → Read More

Don't fall for robocall scam: Montgomery police don't solicit donations via phone

Montgomery residents receiving robocall scams asking for donations to the Montgomery Police Department. → Read More

City denies Yellowhammer Cafe restaurant the right to operate

The city voted to revoke the meat-and-three's right to operate Tuesday for failure to purchase a business license. → Read More

Are Shreveport taxi companies discriminating against people in wheelchairs?

At least two Shreveport citizens with disabilities complain about access to transportation. → Read More

Contractor claims he was paid bad checks and still hasn't been paid for completed work

Owner of Young Construction said he was paid with bad checks for a flooring job he did at The Market Restaurant. → Read More

Katie bug law to hold drivers who cause accidents with injuries accountable

Katie bug law to hold drivers who cause accidents with injuries accountable → Read More

A Lesson Before Dying: Theater as an educational tool

Theatrical adaptation of A Lesson Before Dying at East Bank Theater this weekend. → Read More

Is Shreveport or Jackson the official birthplace of Southern Soul?

The clash has escalated to the point of City Councils of both cities ceremoniously proclaiming Southern Soul their invention. → Read More

City raked in more than $189,000 in 2018 tax penalties; Council calls for investigation

An external auditor reported the city incurred substantial tax penalties for late filing last year. → Read More

Eight weird things that are against the law in Shreveport

A list of some of Shreveport's most bizarre city ordinances. → Read More

Shreveport lawmakers consider censoring people's statements at open meetings

Council members consider restricting the public from talking about issues not on the schedule at meetings → Read More

City wasted millions on water and sewer pipes, councilmen say

The city may have wasted millions of dollars of unnecessary lining of new pipes on a federally-mandated water and sewer project, according to council members. → Read More

Cedar Grove a banking desert, vulnerable to predatory lending

The building that used to be a Chase bank in Cedar Grove has been vacant for about two years and future owners are restricted from offering any type of financial service. A law that passed in 1977, the Community Reinvestment Act, encourages financial institutions to help meet credit needs in all parts of the communities they serve, including low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. Caddo… → Read More

Texas Avenue lined with stories of black history in Shreveport

Historian shares black history of downtown Shreveport with tour group. → Read More

Shreveport could require surveillance cameras in liquor stores

A city councilman is introducing a law Tuesday that would require surveillance cameras at registers, entrances and exits of liquor stores. → Read More