TALLADEGA -- Porter and Porter Realty has been doing business in Talladega for well over half a century and has operated in the same building, right off the square, since former President Richard Nixon was running for his second term.
TALLADEGA -- The Talladega County Commission unanimously approved a contract with Waste Pro of Alabama regarding residential solid waste pickup for residents living in the unincorporated areas of the county.
PELL CITY – The council approved a resolution giving its stamp of approval for its plans to construct a pedestrian sidewalk, which will help link the Glenn City community and the historic downtown district together.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion clinic restrictions in Texas will mean the end of similar laws in Alabama, but abortion rights advocates say some of the damage to clinics here has already been done.
TALLADEGA -- A Talladega woman is facing felony charges for lying to avoid prosecution after being arrested for shoplifting about $4 worth of merchandise from a convenience store.
AUSTIN, Texas -- A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court on Monday tossed out Texas abortion restrictions that would have closed more than half of the clinics in the state.
TALLADEGA -- U.S. Forest Service employees will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Talladega National Forest on July 8 at 10 a.m. at the Talladega Ranger District office, 1001 North Street, Talladega.
St. Clair Correctional Facility has reported more serious assaults and homicides than any other Alabama prison and could be considered the state’s most dangerous.
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SYLACAUGA -- When Jennie McGhee was appointed to the Board of Education 15 years ago, she never believed she would serve three terms.
TALLADEGA COUNTY -- A Talladega County man was seriously injured Thursday night from what appears to be an accidental shooting, according to Sheriff Jimmy Kilgore.
SYLACAUGA -- U.S. 280 property owners want council President Rocky Lucas to recuse himself from any decision on locating a sportsplex on another site.
To make matters more interesting, the Daily Home co-workers agreed to engage in a friendly side competition to see who could raise the most money between them. They agreed the loser would take a pie to the face on the Talladega Courthouse Square at high noon on Friday -- for all the public to see.
Peering through the open windows and door, the charred inside was barely more than black shadows. Walking around the side of the house through the car port, the true damage could be seen. The back of the house was gone.
PELL CITY -- Pell City Council President James McGowan announced Thursday he will seek an eighth term as the District 2 council representative.
OXFORD — A $362 million expansion to Kronospan’s wood products plant in Oxford will bring as many as 200 new jobs to the western edge of the city, local officials said Thursday.
SYLACAUGA -- The City Council during its meeting Tuesday night authorized Mayor Doug Murphree to execute a lease for city-owned property for a telecommunication tower.
More than 240 teens and adults are in the Marble City this week ministering to those in need with Reach Mission Trips (aka Reach Workcamps and Reach Ministries).
TALLADEGA -- The Talladega Fire Department responded to 15 calls this week, including a structure fire and the rescue of three lost kayakers.
TALLADEGA -- A Talladega man and a Pell City woman were arrested on felony drug charges Wednesday after being surrounded by the county drug task force at a fast food drive-through.
TALLADEGA COUNTY -- The case of an 18-year-old Childersburg man facing a murder charge was bound over to a grand jury following a hearing in Sylacauga on Wednesday.