The Alabama School for the Deaf drama club recently performed ‘Robin Hood’ in American Sign Language and spoken English for students from the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind as well as Georgia School for the Deaf and Mountain Brook, Shelby County, Alabaster City and Cedartown (Georgia) …

Central Alabama Community College recently held its 26th annual Dare to Dream Day in Alexander City. Students from high schools in Clay, Coosa, Tallapoosa and Talladega counties attended the event designed to encourage students to strive for excellence and enroll in college.

The Comer Museum & Arts Center hosted the 6th Annual Car and Bike Show on Saturday, March 2.  Not as many cars participated in the show this year due to chances of rain, but the 36 cars on show were fabulous. The  icing on the cake and a treat for everyone were the Snowman, Smokey Sherif…

It was a big time Big Easy-style Saturday night in the Fox Sports 1 Dome hosting the 24th annual Talladega Mardi Gras Gala. Supporters and revelors gathered to enjoy cajun-inspired food catered by Classic on Noble, drinks and spirits, and of course a heart-pumping creole band. As guests ming…

PELL CITY -- Lakeside Hospice and the Christian Love Pantry teamed up to host the 10th annual Tablescapes “Love Feeds the Soul” luncheon last weekend in the Beacon at the Pell City First United Methodist Church. The table decorations featured creative themes, beautiful colors and visual styl…

The Pell City Rotary Club held its 5th Annual Father Daughter Dance on Saturday evening at Pell City High School. This year the theme was “Under the Big Top” with a  DJ, drinks, snacks, and photographers. The dance has become one of the favorite annual Rotary events and shows no signs of slo…

Talladega threw a parade Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Birthday holiday, winding up Battle Street to the B.N. Mabra Center. The parade included police cars, fire engines, half a dozen antique and vintage cars, several four-wheelers and motorcycles, a vehicle representing the Coll…

Talladega College this morning cut the ribbon on its new, state-of-the-art residence hall. The 45,000-square-foot building is on the college campus at 130 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. It cost $20 million and features 103 suites for approximately 201 students, group study rooms and lounges,…

Artists show their skills on many different mediums, and some of the most public are on buildings, many times as advertisements. Driving around downtown areas of Talladega, Sylacauga and Childersburg reveals many great examples. When paint meets brick and mortar, it is put out there for ever…