PELL CITY -- Duran North Junior High School eighth-grader Hailee McGraw did not buy the most expensive car or the biggest house, but she was forced to find a second job so her family of four could make ends meet during the annual St. Clair County Extension Office Reality Check.
TALLADEGA -- A near capacity crowd came out Saturday to honor three longtime community leaders and eight high school students during the Willie and Betty Farrior Family Foundation Leadership Luncheon.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY -- State Sen. Jim McClendon’s (R-Springville) attempt to establish a state lottery is being met with mixed emotions throughout St. Clair County.
“We are very fortunate to have Dr. Adia as the new chair of our county Democratic Party. She brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, leadership skills and understanding to the issues that impact many families and individuals today.”
The joint venture was established to provide permanent, supportive housing for deaf and blind individuals in a community of 42 “tiny homes” on unoccupied property on the Presbyterian Home’s 85-acre campus, a press release notes.
TALLADEGA COUNTY -- A Sylacauga woman was sentenced to 38 months in prison, suspended, 24 months probation on each of five counts of fraudulent use of a credit or debit card.
TALLADGEA -- A Talladega man is being held in the Talladega County Metro Jail on a $20,000 bond after being arrested March 15 and charged with breaking into and entering a motor vehicle and shooting into an occupied vehicle.
TALLADEGA COUNTY -- Talladega County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a shooting on the south end of the county that left a man seriously injured March 4.
TALLADEGA -- Roughly 30 businesses on Fort Lashley Avenue in Talladega are getting new addresses, including The Daily Home, in hopes of making sense out of the stretch of road between Battle Street and the entrances to Town Creek and Bemiston.
To look at her, one would never know she has been fighting a progressive disease for 2 1/2 years called pulmonary hypertension – a lung disease that affects the heart.
SYLACAUGA -- School Resource Officer David Kimbrough directs traffic at Nichols-Lawson Middle School on Friday in an inflatable suit.
Custodial interference is a class C felony in Alabama, punishable upon conviction by one year and one day to 10 years in prison. Filing a false police report is a class A misdemeanor.
Talladega County’s preliminary unemployment rate for the month was 4.4 percent, down from both the January revised rate of 4.7 and the February 2018 revised rate of 5.0.
TALLADEGA COUNTY -- A Talladega man who threatened to kill a Department of Human Resources employee and a judge last year has pleaded guilty to making a terrorist threat.
TALLADEGA -- The Talladega Fire Department responded to 12 calls during the past week, according to Chief Danny Warwick.
MOODY -- For the fifth year in a row, St Clair County’s high school culinary arts program can claim a state championship.
SYLACAUGA – Nichols-Lawson Middle School has received the Safe Schools Initiative Award of Excellence for the second year in a row.
TALLADEGA -- Earlier this month, seven Talladega College education majors taught a public research lesson (PRL) to Salter kindergarten students inside the college’s historic Savery Library.
A $5.2 million construction project at Anniston Army Depot could be canceled to fund President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall, according to a list released by the Pentagon this week.
SYLACAUGA – The Coosa Valley Medical Center Auxiliary is hosting a masquerade jewelry and accessories fundraising sale March 28 and 29.