After sitting vacant near Interstate exit 205 since 2005, Heflin’s 212-acre industrial park is about to get its first tenant.
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Coosa Valley Resource Conservation and Development Council awarded a total of $76,303.24 in 2020 to fund nine projects across the county.
HEFLIN — Cleburne County Elementary School principal Barbara Johnson is good at keeping secrets. Johnson found out in June that her school was…
JDS Septic Service owner Joey Sprayberry said he’s “truly sorry” that his treated-sewage disposal facility near Hollis is causing headaches for so many people, but he has no plans to quit dumping anytime soon.
Federal law allows food to be donated to food banks and other charitable organizations. House Bill 566 could make it easier for food distribution to happen on school campuses and for food to be given directly to students.
Cleburne County has a new choice for health care, and it’s not just a “doc in a box” according to Southern Immediate Care owner Dr. Jason Junkins.
GOP candidate Ginny Shaver, 54, of Leesburg in Cherokee County, declared victory Tuesday evening in the primary election against T. J. Maloney.
Ginny Shaver believes her 35 years as a resident of Cherokee County gives her an edge in understanding what voters want.