Images of Piedmont High School students training the be firefighters at the Piedmont Fire Dept.
Pleasant Valley C Team football players were honored Friday at the school with a special pep rally congratulating them on being named Appalachian Youth Football League Champs. They were presented with championship rings. They completed the season undefeated.
Kitty Stone Elementary School organized a 'Spirit Walk' for pre-k student Thompson Wagoner before he left school Wednesday for St. Jude's Children's Hospital in Memphis. He will be having surgery to remove his 'sick eye'. Wagoner has been battling cancer since he was six months old.
This was said to be the largest crowd and the warmest yet Piedmont Polar Plunge, which benefits Venecia’s Foundation. Elected officials from Piedmont, Jacksonville and Weaver were present. The plunge brought in $1661 for the foundation, which gives comfort bags and gas cards to those going t…
Ips pine beetles are destroying area pines. The drought is believed to have contributed to the recent outbreak. Landowners are urged to check trees before the beetles spread.
The Piedmont Learning Academy in collaboration with the Piedmont Benevolence Center and Farmers and Merchants Bank host the annual Auburn v. Alabama Food Drive. Every year before students leave for the holidays, there is a dedication ceremony, called White Christmas. During this ceremony stu…
Piedmont fifth graders went to Piedmont Healthcare Center recently to honor the veterans there. The annual show consist of different skits and patriotic music to entertain the residents there.
Jacksonville Health and Rehabilitation recently held its 6th Annual Bike Night. Bikers come and show off their bikes and mingle with the residents. Wings are provided by Struts.
Thousands turned out for the 11th annual Spirit on Mountain Street, a community-wide-effort to eat, give and cheer for the Jacksonville Outreach Center. The event raised $10,078.
Pleasant Valley Elementary School kicked off the upcoming school year in a unique way. The teachers and staff boarded a party bus complete with candy and music traveling around the community.
Steven and Jean Ellison organized 3rd Friday on the Square in Jacksonville. Live music, vendors, dancers, food, raffles and sidewalk art. Event will take place through October.
Tequilla Berry, summer outreach presenter for McWane Science Center in Birmingham, gives a science demonstration at Jacksonville Public Library, part of the summer reading program.
Splish-Splash is Jacksonville's annual pool party at the Jacksonville Community Center. The party kicks off the city's Fourth of July celebration.