Sara MacNeil, MontgomeryAdvertiser

Sara MacNeil

MontgomeryAdvertiser

Montgomery, AL, United States

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  • MontgomeryAdvertiser
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • The Shreveport Times

Recent articles by Sara:

Citizens invited to Montgomery transition meeting Wednesday at City Hall

The Montgomery United Transition Process will provide a floor for citizens to give feedback Wednesday at City Hall. → Read More

Mayor Steven Reed appoints longtime adviser Chip Hill as chief of staff

Chip Hill will take over for Mac McLeod in leading the mayor's top staff. → Read More

Montgomery Council delays decision on license for liquor store near Old Cloverdale

City pushes back decision to approve or deny a liquor license on Carter Hill Road. → Read More

Liquor license near Cloverdale delayed after neighborhood opposition

A group of Montgomery residents opposed a liquor license for a package store near Old Cloverdale Tuesday. → Read More

Sky Bar and After 5 are shut down after crime accusations at the nightclubs

The Montgomery City Council voted to revoke the business licenses from Club Sky Bar and After 5. → Read More

Harvard students help with Mayor Steven Reed's transition

Three Harvard students came to Montgomery to support Mayor Reed in moving from campaigning to governing. → Read More

Montgomery Council forms panel to study occupational tax

If implemented, those who work in Montgomery would see an additional 1% of their paychecks deducted. → Read More

Work in Montgomery? Occupational tax proposal would hit your paycheck

The City Council will consider an occupational tax proposal Tuesday. → Read More

Cycling to remember civil rights milestones

Two different chapters of civil rights history are coming together with a mass bicycle ride from Selma to Montgomery → Read More

Bicyclist whose 13-month-old son died channels anger into informing people about rare disease

Robb Freed pedaled solo thousands of miles across the country to educate people about a rare skin disease that claimed the life of his 13-month-old son. → Read More

75-year-old blind man disputes lien, complains city/county won't let him pay property taxes

A 75-year-old blind man disputes a lien he owes the city, yet he can't pay his property taxes until he pays it. → Read More

More than $13 million in bonds approved for courthouse renovations

The Montgomery County Commission approved more than $13 million in bonds for courthouse renovations → Read More

Panhandling ordinance repealed: Montgomery City Council gets rid of jail time punishment

The Montgomery City Council voted unanimously to repeal a controversial ordinance that required jail time for panhandlers. → Read More

Arrowhead gets new trees at neighborhood entrances

New foliage will trace access points to the community via Arrowhead Drive, Oldfield Drive and Seminole Road. → Read More

Grove Court Apartments: Significant architecture or an eyesore worthy demolition?

The building is on national historic lists but has been vacant and crumbling for years. → Read More

You have until March 2 to add letters to a Montgomery time capsule to be opened in 50 years

Montgomery residents have until March 2 to add letter to descendants to new time capsule that will be opened in 50 years → Read More

Montgomery finance director Barry Crabb resigns for position at Alabama League of Municipalities

The city's Finance Director Barry Crabb resigned in early November and will start work in January as Finance Director at the Alabama League of Municipalities. → Read More

Messages, a Coke and pantyhose from the past: Montgomery opens 50-year-old time capsule

The time capsule, sealed 50 years ago, contained letters from Montgomery residents and city officials to successors and descendants. → Read More

Rosa Parks statue to be unveiled Sunday in downtown Montgomery

The event coincides with the day in 1955 when Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man. → Read More

Study examines feasibility of train service from Montgomery to Mobile and reactions are mixed

According to researchers, the train could minimize congestion, spur development and improve travel time along with environmental quality. → Read More