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MakeItLocal is the trusted consumer resource and area shopping guide for people who live, work or travel to Decatur, AL. A complete online directory of local merchants and area service providers, MakeItLocal is an easy way for people to find, connect and support small business in their local communities. Featuring a keyword search of business profiles for products and services, MakeItLocal has everything needed for the home, workplace or on the go in Decatur, AL. Popular search categories include: Automotive, Dining, Entertainment, Home Improvement, Health & Medical, Insurance, Legal, Hotels, Transportation and Real Estate

Decatur, AL


More Decatur businesses opting for downtown locations
The Decatur Daily
Efforts to revitalize downtown have attracted two existing Decatur businesses to the area: a jewelry store and yarn store. Meanwhile, a new holistic pet food store has opened on 14th Street Southeast, and a local aerospace engineer has launched a ...


Memphis hog heaven for Big Bob Gibson again
The Decatur Daily
Facing the world's best barbecue teams at one of the most prestigious cooking competitions, Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q basted, injected and rubbed its way to history. Led by Chris Lilly, the Decatur team out-cooked 235 other competitors to win a record ...



The Decatur Daily
New owner to make few changes at Penn's Hamburgers
The Decatur Daily
C.F. Penn Hamburgers was crowded after owner William Vandiver announced in September that he would close. Robert Matthews is the new owner. [JOHN GODBEY/DECATUR DAILY FILE]. prev. next. The new owner of downtown Decatur institution C.F. ...



The Decatur Daily
Millennials drawn to business ownership
The Decatur Daily
Mike "Swagg" Williams, left, uses a straight razor to trim the hair of his cousin, Roger Williams Jr. Mike is the owner-operator of Swuavo's barbershop in Decatur. [EVAN BELANGER/DECATUR DAILY]. TJ Jones. Buy Now. By Evan Belanger Staff Writer.



The Decatur Daily
Decatur library officials seek solutions to financial issues
The Decatur Daily
Library employees appeared to be on the way last fall to getting raises and technology upgrades when the City Council approved an 11-percent increase for fiscal 2017. But the money had to go toward keeping the library open. Library officials were ...







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