By unanimous vote the City Council on Tuesday approved a plan which officials hope will increase investment and lower the cost of doing business in Heflin.
Describe yourself, or else others will describe you by their own perception.
That was the marketing lesson an urban planning firm presented to senior city officials and many other residents Friday. They had gathered at the Heflin Community Arts Center for the unveiling of a description the firm thought would work for the Cleburne County city.
Olivia Nelson, 10, held out her hand to offer a tasty treat to a cow at Cleburne County High School on Tuesday morning. The animal wagged its tongue around to find the light brown chunk of food in the girl’s fingers, then happily devoured it.
The Cleburne County Board of Education handled year-end personnel business at its monthly meeting on April 9. The board voted unanimously to accept the following resignations due to retirement:
An early Wednesday morning crash on Interstate 20 claimed two lives at mile marker 203, according to officials, and blocking the westbound lanes of the freeway until after dawn.
HEFLIN — The Cleburne County Commission gave a pat on the back to its local law enforcement officers Monday night by donating $2,500 to the Law Enforcement Appreciation Foundation.
The Cleburne County Commission voted unanimously Monday night to retain a Montgomery law firm to represent the county in a claim for damages against manufacturers and/or distributors of opioids.
A Heflin woman has sued the Cleburne County Commission, alleging racial discrimination kept her from being hired last year as its human resources officer.
The events that led to a different person being hired have been critically questioned by the county’s former attorney and its current county commission chairman.
More than 40 kids showed up on Monday afternoon at the Heflin Armory to audition for the Missoula Children’s Theater Company production of “Gulliver’s Travels In Space.” The kids, all from Cleburne County, will work collaboratively with the production company for five days to put on the play.
The Ranburne Town Council discussed the opening that now exists on the governing body following the recent death of longtime Councilman Benjamin Thomas “Tommy” Jones.
Alabama’s state environmental agency is looking into conditions at a former rubber plant in Fruithurst that local activists have said may be linked to several cases of cancer in nearby residents.
The Heflin City Council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday allowing a civil engineering firm, Sain Associates, to complete a Heflin traffic study.
If approved by the U.S. National Forest Service, a proposed project will make it possible to hike from the Cahulga Creek Park in Heflin to the Pinhoti Trail.
The 2.1 mile spur would link the park on Mountain Street with the Pinhoti Trail at the Shoal Creek Ranger Station to the west, all within the boundaries of the Talladega National Forest.
The peace and quiet of downtown Anniston was briefly interrupted Sunday afternoon as about three dozen sports cars swarmed into town like rumbling bees. The source of the sound was an annual outing of the Porsche Club of Alabama.
Cleburne County’s newly sworn-in emergency manager, Crystal Cavender, was ready to start her new job during a day when snow and ice were forecast to cause travel concerns
Two people arrested in Heflin were charged with felony marijuana trafficking during a traffic stop on I-20 Thursday morning. Heflin police officers Danny Turner and Chris Cohran stopped a vehicle for a routine traffic violation and noticed the familiar scent of marijuana.