Share this page
What are you searching for?
Search
GO

MakeItLocal is the trusted consumer resource and area shopping guide for people who live, work or travel to Florence, 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 Florence, AL. Popular search categories include: Automotive, Dining, Entertainment, Home Improvement, Health & Medical, Insurance, Legal, Hotels, Transportation and Real Estate

Florence, AL



Times Daily
Input sought from public
Times Daily
FLORENCE – Invitations have been sent to more than 100 people making up a diverse cross section of Lauderdale County to discuss what they would like to see in the proposed new Lauderdale County Agricultural Event Center. Those invited will be ...


UNA library to host homecoming exhibit
Times Daily
FLORENCE — UNA's Collier Library will have a special exhibit to coincide with UNA's homecoming activities Oct. 7. The exhibit is noon to 2 p.m. that day and will feature pieces from the unique collections housed in the library's archives. The path ...



Times Daily
Prep roundup: Deshler drops Rogers, Loretto
Times Daily
Deshler's Annie Sparks wins a point against Rogers' Callie King in the first game of the match in Greenhill. [MATT MCKEAN/TIMESDAILY]. MATT MCKEAN. 170919 Deshler at Rogers VB 25. Buy Now. Deshler's Kayley Donaldson and Jaida Willis battle ...

and more »


Times Daily
Florence READS
Times Daily
Nicolas Pajarito, left, has his photo taken by his mother Blanca Pajarito, right, on Tuesday in Florence for the READS program. He participated with the interactive displays at the mall to practice his reading skills. [ALLISON CARTER/TIMESDAILY].


State NAMI director to be keynote speaker at vigil
Times Daily
FLORENCE — The state director for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Kimberly Wolfe, will be the keynote speaker for the local organization's annual vigil on Oct. 3. The vigil will begin at 7 p.m. at the Riverbend Center for Mental Health ...

and more »






Visit our social pages
powered by