A Heflin church will be grilling up hot dogs and hamburgers this Saturday and giving them out free of charge to the community.
In the week ending March 21, 267 Calhoun County residents had filed new claims for unemployment. Cleburne’s count rise to nine, Talladega’s to 126 and St. Clair’s to 186.
The Cleburne County school system child nutrition program began curbside and mobile meal pickup for any child under the age of 18 after schools closed statewide this week due to the threat of coronavirus.
Jail administrators in Calhoun and Cleburne counties have been enacting strategies to keep inmates and jail staff healthy.
Heflin's grocery stores were working to meet a surge in demand Monday as people stocked up for long home stays amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Cleanliness and caution are the order of the day in Cleburne County, while the most essential services are still maintained as the coronavirus takes a bite out of residents’ normal routine.
Cleburne County’s emergency manager told the Cleburne County Commission Monday she is being proactive in protecting the county’s 911 employees against the COVID-19 virus.
Cleburne County Commissioner Laura Cobb was reelected to her seat from District No. 1, defeating challenger Richard “Rick” Edwards Tuesday.
The Cleburne County Commission agreed to donate $2,500 to the Cheaha Regional Library to help purchase a new bookmobile.
For the first time in 28 years the town of Ranburne seems set to hold a municipal election this summer. While voters in most Alabama cities and towns have gone to the polls in August every four years to choose mayors and council members, Ranburne residents had no choices to make.
Former Heflin city clerk Shane Smith was released from jail Monday on a $3,000 bond after he reportedly turned himself in to authorities that morning.
The Missoula Children’s Theater is making its annual trek to Heflin next week to hold auditions for “Sleeping Beauty” on Monday at the Heflin Armory beginning at 3:30.
In August, Joe and Jeanette Braden from Heflin will celebrate their 73rd wedding anniversary. Joe, 93, remembers that day in 1945 when he saw his future bride for the first time on a school bus headed to Cleburne County High School.
Changes to the state's mandatory liability insurance laws have left local tag offices as the only collection point for hefty fees.
The Alabama Ethics Commission voted unanimously Wednesday morning to refer Shane Smith, Heflin’s former city clerk, to the district attorney for legal action.