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  • Hartselle City Schools breaks ground on new Crestline Elementary School

    Friday, 30 September 2022

    On Friday, September 30, Hartselle City Schools broke ground on a new Crestline Elementary School on the same property as the current school. Construction will soon begin on a 105,000 square foot building with 65 classrooms to serve over 1,000 students in grades Pre-K through fourth grade.

  • Decatur Fire & Rescue creates Autism awareness group

    Wednesday, 17 August 2022

    Decatur Fire & Rescue is excited to announce the formation of an Autism awareness group. The forum will consist of citizens, parents, and specialists that will help the department with the ever-evolving needs and developments in emergencies with patients on the spectrum. Decatur Fire and Rescue leadership says it is crucial for the department to be on the leading edge of ways their treatments and responses can best serve during a crisis.

  • Local heroes recognized at Decatur City Council meeting for helping heart attack patient

    Monday, 15 August 2022

    At the Decatur City Council meeting on Monday, August 15, Decatur Fire & Rescue Chief Tracy Thorton and Mayor Tab Bowling recognized local heroes for helping a heart attack patient. On June 25, a Decatur citizen suffered a massive heart attack at Publix located on the Beltline. Decatur resident Patrick Swinney immediately began CPR, Publix Manager Brad Evans retrieved their automated external defibrillator, and Publix worker Dana Wise called 911. 

  • Cerrowire marks milestone with celebration of a century

    Monday, 15 August 2022

    Cerrowire® employees reveled in the celebration of a century at Cook Museum of Natural Science in Decatur, AL, July 30 during the culmination of their nationwide observance of 100 years of operation.

Latest Blog Post

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By Christina Metcalf

Workplace trends come and go like snack carts, but these trends may very well revolutionize the way we work because they are just so darn appealing to most employees. But before we go into these workplace trends, know that they are notfor everyone. Your business may not be able to function if you put them into operation. There are some businesses that simply require employees in seats, seats that are customer-facing in a central location. But if you do have the flexibility to adopt some of these, you may see very big changes inproductivity and morale. These things may be what the employee of tomorrow is looking for.


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