Amid questions from its attorney on the hiring process itself, the Cleburne County Commission on Monday filled the position of human resources officer.
Cleburne County teachers will soon have the opportunity to vote on one of two proposed school calendars, which the board of education approved Monday night, for the upcoming academic year.
The City Council will consider an ordinance lowering the speed limit on Campbell Street from 30 mph to 20 after residents expressed concerns to city officials that the limit was too high.
Horace Sellers Merrill loved to hunt deer and play checkers.
“I went deer hunting with him many times,” Heflin Mayor Rudy Rooks said. “He still kept a few deer dogs. He was also the best checkers player in Cleburne County, maybe Alabama. It didn’t take but a few times of him beating me that I just quit playing him.”
Merrill, the father of Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, died last week at the age of 80.
Downtown Heflin will go green, Irish Green that is, on March 18th for its St. Patty’s on Main Festival. In conjunction with the Strides of March 5k and the St. Pawtrick’s Day Pet Parade, the town will celebrate its ties to Ireland with an Irish Festival – St. Patty’s on Main.
Any given day during the week, nearly 10 percent of Fruithurst’s population — 30 people — eat a free lunch at the town’s senior center. Another 17 meals are delivered out, said the town’s 34-year-old mayor, Chris Owens.
The business operating a gas station along Interstate 20 in this city’s limits withheld tens of thousands in sales tax collected over nearly four years, a Cleburne County administrator said Monday.
The Heflin Police Department is looking to bolster its staff by one officer.
Heflin police Chief A.J. Benefield, speaking at a Heflin City Council work session Tuesday, said the extra officer is needed to reduce overtime pay.
City Clerk Shane Smith estimated the cost of the additional hire to be $32,000 annually.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Heflin Cultural Arts & Heritage Council will host Missoula Children’s Theatre, with a production of Peter & Wendy!
Heflin City Council members on Tuesday agreed to spend money to protect city property and to keep firefighters safe when responding to accidents.
In a brief meeting council members agreed to declare as an emergency a roof repair on the city’s recreation center.
The Oxford location of a company that produces cardboard packaging is moving to Heflin so it can expand, Heflin’s Industrial Development Board announced Rusken Packaging Inc. is moving the 25 workers from its Oxford plant on Bama Drive near the Oxford Police Department and adding 15 new positions at the new site on U.S. 78 north of downtown Heflin, according to a release from the Industrial Development Board.
The Oxford location of a company that produces cardboard packaging is moving to Heflin so it can expand, Heflin’s Industrial Development Board announced today.
A Heflin-based chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy has become the largest in the country, its founder said this week.
A Shelby County man charged with shooting his 18-year-old girlfriend and throwing her off a cliff pleaded not guilty last month, according to court records filed Jan. 5.
A stone's throw from the state line, it is common to see unmarked Dodge Chargers, Ford Explorers or Chevrolet Tahoes turn down a gravel Cleburne County road and return days later with the word “police” emblazoned on their sides.
Two Missouri residents passing through Heflin are facing drug and weapon charges after a traffic stop on Interstate 20 Wednesday, according to law enforcement.
Two teenage siblings are facing burglary charges after they allegedly broke into a neighbor’s workshop and stole approximately $2,000 in tools which they hoped to sell for Christmas money, according to Heflin police.
Heflin City Council members met for eight minutes Tuesday to approve the minutes of their previous council meeting two weeks earlier and hear the city’s financial report.
Set back in the trees behind a house in Muscadine, a tree house that used to be a children’s playhouse has been transformed into an artist’s studio.
“I needed a quiet place to work on my own,” said Brad Mix, 65, in a recent interview. “I really didn’t have any room in the house anyway for a dedicated place.”
HEFLIN - Heflin City Council members met for eight minutes Tuesday to approve the minutes of their previous council meeting two weeks earlier and hear the city’s financial report.