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Chip Scarborough


Tuscaloosa, AL, United States

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Past articles by Chip:

Former school to serve as center for life skills

The old Whatley Elementary School in Birmingham's Avondale neighborh0od has been empty for several years, but it'll soon serve a new purpose. Helping those in need develop the life and professional skills necessary to be successful in life. → Read More

Governor Kay Ivey moves forward with proposal for rebate checks

Governor Kay Ivey says she is moving forward with a proposal to give every taxpayer in the state a one-time rebate. → Read More

Shelby County working to recruit next generation of deputies

Law enforcement agencies like the Shelby County Sheriff's Office are on a mission to find the next generation of those who will ultimately protect and serve our communities. → Read More

Activist plans to transform school into family resource center

A former elementary school in Ensley is getting a second chance at life, all to help those through their darkest times. → Read More

ALDOT to begin Red Mountain Expressway resurfacing in Mid-May

Crews had hoped to begin a resurfacing project before the start of The World Games last July. → Read More

ADEM announces group to review response to St. Clair fire

As crews work to finish putting out the St. Clair County landfill fire, local and state leaders are beginning the process of reviewing the response to the fire. → Read More

Page reflects on 11-year run as head of West Alabama Chamber

A driving force behind the West Alabama economy is preparing to say farewell after more than a decade of service. → Read More

Readers reflect as Birmingham News publishes final print edition

It's the end of an era in Central Alabama as a morning tradition for many is no more. → Read More

Candlelight vigil honors life of Tony Mitchell

People lined up side-by-side in front of the Walker County Jail to pay tribute to Tony Mitchell. → Read More

Murder of retired UA librarian remains unsolved 10 years later

It has been 10 years since someone murdered a retired University of Alabama librarian in her Tuscaloosa home. → Read More

Lloyd's Restaurant to open second location in Sylacauga

A Central Alabama restaurant staple is on the verge of expanding. → Read More

Public figures discuss President Jimmy Carter's impact on Alabama

Former U.S. Senator Doug Jones was a Senate staffer for Senator Howell Heflin during President Jimmy Carter's term in The White House. → Read More

Playwright spotlights accomplishments of Judge U.W. Clemon

The story of a local civil rights titan is front and center as we mark Black History Month in Central Alabama. → Read More

UMWA prepares members for potential return to Warrior Met Coal

After nearly two years, miners with Warrior Met Coal are taking a step toward trying to get things back to normal. → Read More

Grocery inflation lingers for Central Alabama shoppers

Sticker shock is out in full force, especially where egg prices are concerned. They're up 60 percent compared to a year ago. → Read More

Future of Alabama's rural hospitals uncertain

A new report finds nearly half of Alabama's rural hospitals are in danger of closing. → Read More

Grocery prices fluctuate on certain Super Bowl favorites

It wouldn't be a Super Bowl without some game night favorites to snack on. → Read More

Community reflects on 10th anniversary of hostage situation

This weekend marks 10 years since a gunman held five students hostage at a Shelby County middle school. → Read More

New home for ROSS Recovery Center in Birmingham

Tuesday marked a big step forward for a local organization tasked with helping people overcome substance abuse. → Read More

Need for school resource officer training increases

There's been a greater emphasis on school security in recent months, following shootings like the one in Uvalde, Texas. → Read More