True believers will desire to grow in their knowledge of Scripture and doctrine. Included in the growing is the understanding that we are to go to those who don’t know Christ and share the gospel with them. Going includes community, county, state, nation and world. As Southern Baptists, we e…

Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind played host to summer enrichment camps this past week at the campuses of Alabama School for the Deaf and Alabama School for the Blind.

The Taste of Lincoln drew a good crowd Monday night to raise money to help renovate the Lincoln City Center. The event brought several local restaurants with samplings of their food as well several other local businesses to help support the cause. Examples of the food available included barb…

Despite the rain, the 17th Annual Hometown Block Party was a success. “I think it went alright,” said Lisa Gaither, the executive director for the Greater Pell City Chamber of Commerce. “I do think the crowds were a little down because of the rain.” A total of 80 vendors participated in the …

Many consider Memorial Day weekend as the unofficial start of summer. Judging from all the activities going on at Lakeside Park summer arrived Saturday in full stride. People packed the park swimming at the beach, fishing in the lake, picnicking and the recently opened splash pad was full of…

SYLACAUGA -- The 2016 Little Mr. and Miss Talladega County Pageant was Saturday, April 2, at B.B. Comer Memorial High School. Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen 2016, Tiara Pennington, served as mistress of ceremonies and performed at both performances. Special guest was Miss Smiths Station Out…