Glenn Wills will share his most memorable photos, his new book and his incredible journey throughout Alabama at noon Wednesday in the new Pell City Public Library.
PELL CITY -- Congratulations to the 12U Pell City All-Star team for being invited to represent the state of Alabama in the Dizzy Dean Baseball World Series in Southaven, Miss., on July 22-28.
U.S. Air Force Airman Korrin A. Nortega graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY -- Long-time St. Clair County Probate Office employee Myrtha Roe put on her black wig and dress to celebrate her 82nd birthday Thursday, July 14, with her fellow employees.
SYLACAUGA -- More than 9,300 of America’s best and brightest high school students traveled to Atlanta on June 29-July 2 for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference.
In July of 1827, the National Gazette and Literary Register of Philadelphia reported how “a nest of runaway negroes … in the fork of the Alabama and Tombeckbe Rivers … were attacked and after a severe action they were conquered.”
SYLACAUGA -- Sylacauga Community Playhouse swings back into action this summer with its production of “Tarzan, The Stage Musical based on the Disney film,” with three performances Friday through Sunday at B.B. Comer High School auditorium.
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Hannah G. Wallis recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.
TALLADEGA -- Talladega Chapter #4242 AARP recently awarded a scholarship and plaque to Kenny Stewart, who is pursuing welding at the Talladega Career Center.
A Munford man will be among those honored when the Alabama Wildlife Federation presents this year’s Alabama Wildlife Federation Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards at a formal banquet at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 5, at the Marriott Legends at Capitol Hill in Prattville.
Dillon Wood was selected as the recipient of a $3,000 scholarship by the Alabama City/County Management Association at its annual summer conference in Orange Beach.
Talladega’s Arts Camp for Kids has officially kicked off to a colorful start. The first of two July sessions began Monday and will conclude with a special student showcase at the Historic Ritz Theatre on Friday.
Maybe it’s my imagination, but I believe we have a certifiable feud playing out on the rights of way of I-20, in and around exit 147 between Birmingham and Atlanta. One day, the word “Brompton” is marked out. A few days later, it’s back ...
SYLACAUGA -- The Comer Museum and Arts Center’s July art exhibition is "Containment II" and features fabric artist Ali Hval. The exhibit will continue through July 28.
Back in 1988, I wrote a piece for the Atlanta Constitution, and without knowing it, set out on a journey that nearly a quarter of a century later resulted in my book “The Rise and Decline of the Redneck Riviera.”
JACKSONVILLE – During Jacksonville State University’s Spring 2016 Commencement exercises on April 29, 599 graduates crossed the stage in Pete Mathews Coliseum to receive their hard-earned degrees.
SYLACAUGA -- The Sylacauga Beautification Council recently awarded it's Big "C" Award to Curtis & Son Funeral Home on Highway 21 North.