On Saturday morning, dozens of attendees stood near a newly placed monument at the Janney Furnace where guests and reenactors remembered Maj. John Pelham.
One year after an EF-3 tornado touched down in northern Calhoun County, claiming six lives, residents continue to rebuild and put their lives back together after the harrowing experience.
Instead of a ticket on a traffic stop, Ohatchee police will give out gift cards good at local businesses in an effort to boost community trust.
A little drizzly weather has never stopped the diehard fans of a county fair, as proven by visitors to the Calhoun County Fair at the Agri-Center on Bynum Leatherwood Road, where they played games and rode some of the many rides.
Ann Angell, the fitness director for the YMCA of Calhoun County, and Louise Lockridge, a group fitness instructor there, help Parkinson’s disease patients learn to box.
Thursday and Friday, about 30 members from the Harp Crossing Baptist Church in Fayetteville, Ga., built porches and steps for those who are living in mobile homes in northern Calhoun County.
Calhoun County’s mayors gathered at the Oxford Civic Center for State of the Cities, a yearly update on municipal activity organized by the county Chamber of Commerce.
Pilgrim's Pride has officially approached the Gadsden Airport Authority by letter about 88 acres of airport property for the construction of a "state-of-the-art" rendering plant.
A singular theme resonated Thursday at commencement ceremonies that shepherded hundreds of Alabama high school seniors into the next phases of their lives: Perseverance.
Keeping a secret in a small town is no small feat, and Ohatchee is among Calhoun County’s smallest. But students and families of Ohatchee High School pulled it off Wednesday for their principal.
Anyone with property damaged or destroyed in the March 25 tornado can still apply for help through FEMA through June 25, and still get help with their application if they missed last week’s help sessions.
Gov. Kay Ivey is being asked to veto a bill approved Monday to delay until 2024 a requirement that third grade students who can't read proficiently must repeat the grade.
The Senate on Monday gave final passage to House Bill 137 to create a sexual assault survivor “bill of rights” and set a requirement for how long law enforcement must preserve evidence from sexual assault cases.
Residents affected by the March 25 tornado can get help filling out requests for FEMA aid at Oak Bowery Baptist Church on Friday and Saturday.