Talladega County District Attorney Steve Giddens confirms that a "person of interest" has been arrested in Cherokee County in connection with a triple homicide Tuesday night in Munford. Read the full story
Students and faculty surprised Piedmont High School Principal Adam Clemons Tuesday, when he learned he was named the 2020 state Principal of the Year by the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools. Read the full story
There were 12 violent crimes in the city in 2019, according to Piedmont police Chief Freddie Norton, down from 33 the previous year. There were no reported robberies in the city in 2019.
Students and faculty surprised Piedmont High School Principal Adam Clemons Tuesday, when he learned he was named the 2020 state Principal of the Year by the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools.
The city voted to name the alleyway, located behind the site of an upcoming pizza restaurant at the corner of Ladiga and Main Street, “Trail Park Drive,” with its new status allowing it to be paved with funds from the county, according to Mayor Bill Baker.
At 10 a.m. at the Piedmont Aquatic Center, the group took a “polar plunge” to raise money and awareness for Venecia’s Foundation, a local nonprofit benefiting cancer patients.
Thanks to Rick Freeman and the Piedmont Veterans Association, the city’s park will soon have a permanent recognition in place for veterans of the military.
During its Tuesday night meeting, the Piedmont City Council approved a resolution authorizing the demolition of a building located where a Burger King will be built soon.
A judge on Monday denied the request of defense lawyers for local prosecutors to turn a 2003 murder case over to the Alabama Attorney General’s Office.
When Taylor Hayes quarterbacked Piedmont High School to a pair of state football championships in 2015 and 2016, he managed to keep his emotions in check. After watching his little brother wear Piedmont blue and gold and quarterback his old team to another state title, Taylor had a little trouble keeping it in.
AUBURN — Jack Hayes is a state-final most valuable player as a freshman, three years after older brother Taylor did the same in the same stadium.