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    Holly Pond awarded $250K for new senior center

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. -  More than 60 Alabama cities and counties will soon see improvements in their communities thanks to almost $19.4 million in Community...

    Cullman County’s Haney set to retire after almost 29 years

    A retirement reception was held for Cullman County Economic Development Director Cherrie Haney, center, on Wednesday. With Haney are CCED Project Coordinators Tanya Sears...

    AGCOR Steel breaks ground on new facility in Good Hope

    Representatives of AGCOR, the Cullman County Commission, Cullman city government, ADECA, and Cullman city and county economic development agencies prepare to throw the first...

    Hanceville business leaders brainstorm with Chamber, Economic Development

    Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce Director of Business Development Brian Poole and Cullman County Economic Development Director Cherrie Haney listen to Hanceville business and...

    Chamber reception celebrates local industry, economic success

    Dale Greer, director of the Cullman Economic Development Agency, asked County Economic Development Director Cherrie Haney to join him as he talked about their...

    6 questions with… Cherrie Haney, director of Cullman County Economic Development

    Cherrie Haney / W.C. Mann CULLMAN - The Cullman County Economic Development (CCED) office provides a variety of services, at the discretion of the Cullman...

    Deadline for beautification award nominations is May 12

    CULLMAN - Nominations for Cullman's 2017 Beautification Awards are due by 5 p.m. this Friday, May 12, according to Cullman County Economic Development Director...

    Cullman PALS preparing for spring cleanup and beautification awards

    PALS President and Cullman County Economic Development Director, Cherrie Haney CULLMAN - The Cullman County chapter of People Against a Littered State (PALS) met Thursday...

    (Part 3) Cullman area leaders: remembering 2016, anticipating 2017

    CULLMAN - This is a continuation of our New Year’s series, in which we asked local leaders to comment on the memorable things they...