“If a year was tucked inside of a clock, then autumn would be the magic hour." -- Victoria Erickson
TALLADEGA -- The Talladega Hall of Heroes celebrated Veterans Day on Saturday with a parade and a reception on the Hall’s recently completed outdoor event space and patio.
TALLADEGA -- The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind hosted a huge Veterans Day tribute Saturday at the Marianna Greene Henry (MGH) Arena.
Ghost and goblins turned out in droves Tuesday evening for trick-or-treating on the Square in Talladega. Local businesses and churches gave out pounds of candy to the hundreds of children who came out to celebrate Halloween.
TALLADEGA -- One hundred miles is a long drive in a car. It’s even longer on a bicycle. But that’s what a majority of the more than 160 registered riders were challenged to complete Saturday in The Children’s Home Challenge Bike Ride.
SYLACAUGA -- Blue Bell Creameries held its 12th annual community trunk-or-treat event at Central Park on Tuesday in Sylacauga.
"There are few sights more pleasant to the eye than a wide cotton field when it is in bloom. It presents an appearance of purity, like an immaculate expanse of light, new-fallen snow." -- Solomon Northup
PELL CITY -- The fifth annual Fall Frenzy held Saturday at Pell City’s Lakeside Park couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather. The beautiful fall day brought out crowds for the event whose proceeds are given to school organizations, athletic programs and clubs within the school system. P…
TALLADEGA -- On Thursday, Talladega College welcomed its more than 142 international students representing 22 countries during an 11 a.m. Welcome Day Convocation.
Area youth from Cleburne, St. Clair and Talladega counties placed in Alabama National Fair’s annual sheep show on Oct. 7. The Premier Exhibitor contest rewards exhibitors’ knowledge and evaluation skills. Youth livestock shows at the fair were sponsored by Alabama Farmers Federation and Alfa…
SYLACAUGA -- The March of Dimes march for babies in Sylacauga brought out a good crowd for a good cause. The event, expected to raise more than $10,000, was Saturday morning at Central Park across from Blue Bell Creameries. In addition to the participants, Sylacauga High School Future Busine…
SYLACAUGA -- The March of Dimes march for babies in Sylacauga brought out a good crowd for a good cause.