Jackson County, AL – There are now $200,000 in grants available for Jackson County Businesses with less than 30 employees. On July 2, ADECA (Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs) announced that Governor Kay Ivey awarded a Community Development Block...
Jackson County, Alabama is one of 8 communities taking part in this year’s TVA Economic Development Community Innovation Academy, a program and experience to help economic developers create breakthrough ideas together to better their communities. Developed by TVA...
Community Led Workforce Development Group ZOOM Meeting
Sep 22, 2021 - Sep 22, 2021Free
The Mountain Lakes Chamber of Commerce Community-Led Workforce Development group will hold its next virtual meeting on September 22nd. Starting at 2:30PM - via Zoom - The Jackson County Workforce Development group will discuss current projects that are in the works....
NACC President Dr. David Campbell was recently invited to join a roundtable of college presidents from the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
Here are twenty-five reasons to keep you actively engaged in and around Jackson County Alabama outdoors, all season long.
One of the most popular reasons folks choose to visit Northeast Alabama is the beautiful stretch of the Tennessee River that runs straight through the heart of our Appalachian Foothills.
The Scottsboro Boy’s Case was an instrumental spark in the Civil Rights Movement, and we remember the trailblazing woman who dedicated her life to the cause.
In the annual Chamber Magazine, we tell stories of local business owners who are shaping the local business community – Featuring Joy Delivering SoCo
In the annual Chamber Magazine, we tell stories of local business owners who are shaping the local business community – Featuring D. Williams Dance Academy
In the annual Chamber Magazine, we tell stories of local business owners who are shaping the local business community – Featuring Art Lady Sony Clemons
The Northeast Alabama Community College Foundation helps students achieve their educational goals by providing scholarships to 279 students totaling $430,000 since 2011.
Tourism and education collide to solve employment concerns that work to keep our young professionals close to home and it’s a game-changing opportunity.