This study demonstrates that the volume of business that Honda conducts in the state of Alabama supports an incredible array of jobs. -- Bill Taylor, president of the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama
BIRMINGHAM -- Honda Manufacturing of Alabama LLC contributed $6.8 billion in 2014 to the state’s economy and, with its top-tier suppliers, was responsible for more than 43,339 jobs in Alabama, according to an economic impact study released this morning by the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama.
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I read an article this week in the Rotarian, the official magazine for the Rotary Club. The cover story for the August issue was about an attorney who was a partner at his law firm for more than 30 years.
Talladega Mayor Larry Barton continued Friday to deny any wrongdoing between himself and the wife of the man who allegedly attacked him last weekend, even as a document obtained by The Daily Home showed the possible existence of three sex tapes featuring Barton and Charlotte Green, not just one as was originally reported.