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

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Nine events for fun over next four days
Montgomery Advertiser
Looking for beer? Looking for fun? Looking for music? We've got you covered with a little bit of Oktoberfest, concerts, good eats, fun times, and even a huge dash of faith. Thursday through Sunday are literally packed to the brim with fun festival-type ...


Downtown Montgomery pets have a new place to play
WSFA
A new downtown dog park officially opens Wednesday morning at the corner of Coosa and Bibb Streets in Montgomery, at what's known as Rotary Park. “There are so many people moving to downtown, so many hotels in this area and people are traveling ...



Montgomery Advertiser
You'll get blown away by talent on Sunday
Montgomery Advertiser
Back in 2011, Patricia Jordan literally had a vision of a grand talent show in Montgomery to bring together young entertainers. “It all came from a dream,” said Patricia Jordan, founder of the River Region Talent Explosion. “When I got up that morning ...



Montgomery Advertiser
Green fireball spotted over Montgomery, captured by doorbell camera
Montgomery Advertiser
Was it a dragon? A sign of the apocalypse? A warning shot from North Korea? No, that bright, green fireball seen streaking over Montgomery early Tuesday morning was just your average piece of celestial space rock burning up in the atmosphere, according ...


Progress in fight of ransomware on Montgomery County government computers
WSFA
The Montgomery County Commission says progress is being made to restore county government computer systems after a ransomware attack, but some systems remain offline. Hannah Hawk, Montgomery County Manager of Public Affairs, said a check with ...

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