TALLADEGA -- AIDB played host to the Talladega-AIDB Special Olympics Friday at Kiwanis Field on the campus of Alabama School for the Deaf. Some of the winners qualified for the state Special Olympics competition, which is held at Try University. Schools participating in the event included Al…

The Alabama School for the Deaf  Class of 2019  hosted  a community yard sale Friday on the front lawn of Johnson Hall, raising more than $1,100. The students are donating $500 of the proceeds from the sale to Red Door Kitchen in Talladega. In addition to this community fundraiser, the class…

Cindy Burk and a group of her family and friends protest Monday morning outside the Talladega County Judicial Building in support of her son, Tyler Freeman, who has been jailed for the past year. Freeman, Burk says, is psychotic, possibly schizophrenic, and needs psychiatric help -- not jail.

The annual St. Clair County Marching Exhibition was held last Thursday at Pete Rich Stadium in Pell City. High school bands from Ragland, Ashville, St. Clair County High, Moody, Springville, Leeds and Pell City performed for a packed audience on the home side. The UAB Drum Corp put on a spec…

More than 300 Christian motorcyclists representing a dozen states rumbled into Talladega this past weekend for the FAITH Riders national rally. The group participated in worship services, had a big cookout and picnic and held motorcycle riding skill games during their stay. According to thei…

Ask just about any elementary school student what is the favorite part of school, and they will tell you it’s playing on the playground, or recess as it once was called. These first- and second-graders at Alabama School for the Deaf in Talladega are no exception. There’s nothing quite like b…

TALLADEGA -- When you go to Knox Street Barber Shop in Talladega, plan on hearing plenty of stories and getting an affordable haircut to boot. On a recent Saturday, William Pointer and Jonathan Garrett manned the clippers while Rikkita Joseph worked on getting the ladies’ eyebrows looking ju…

High school football season is finally here and to kick it off The Daily Home was at Sylacauga, Lincoln and Munford.

Candidates for Sylacauga mayor and city council made their best case for votes during a forum Thursday night at J. Craig Smith Community Center in Sylacauga. Go to the Daily Home's Facebook page to view video of the candidates' presentations.

Hundreds were on hand Tuesday for the ribbon cutting at Legion Stadium in Sylacauga. School officials, football players, cheerleaders, marching band members and athletics boosters from Sylacauga and B.B. Comer high schools – which share the stadium – celebrated the stadium’s new look as the …

TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY -- In its fifth year, the Historic Ritz Theatre’s annual Low Country Boil and Drawdown fundraiser once again brought together fans and patrons for a night of great food and many great prizes -- and to the luckiest, a $10,000 cash prize.