CHILDERSBURG -- The licensed practical nursing program at Central Alabama Community College has been ranked No. 4 in the state by practicalnursing.org, according to a press release.
TALLADEGA -- Members of the Talladega Municipal Airport Board showed their appreciation to one of their oldest partners Tuesday, when they presented a proclamation and a plaque to ATAP.
CHILDERSBURG -- Childersburg was one of 36 high schools to recently receive a $2,500 grant for arts and athletics programs from the Alabama Power Foundation’s Power to Play program.
Horace Merrill, who served in several elected offices in Cleburne County and was the father of Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, died Friday at the age of 80. A funeral service was held Monday.
LINCOLN -- Members of Lincoln Fire Rescue Haz-Mat team conducted a drop training exercise behind Fire Station No. 1 on Friday, Feb. 17.
PELL CITY -- Writers Anonymous and the Pell City Public Library will play host to the fourth annual Mid-Winter Writers Conference on Saturday.
A committee in the Alabama House gave its approval Wednesday to a bill that would create a religious exemption to the state's photo ID requirement for voters.
SYLACAUGA – Nemak Alabama plans on introducing approximately 85 to 100 new jobs, including salaried, direct and indirect labor between 2017 and 2020. The majority of these positions will be filled in 2017 and 2018.
TALLADEGA -- Talladega police are investigating an assault and fleeing the scene of an accident with injury that were the culmination of a series of events Sunday evening.
TALLADEGA -- The Talladega City Board of Education honored the system’s elementary and high school Teachers of the Year and the board’s nominees to the Jacksonville State University Teachers Hall of Fame during a meeting Tuesday.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The headline on this story has been changed to correctly reflect that the planned bridge work is set for Wednesday, Feb. 22. The previous headline had the incorrect date.
It was the end of an era. After 43 years in the car business in Talladega, including 18 at Bill Stanford Automotive on Alabama 21, Bill Stanford handed the keys to the dealership over to the McSweeney Auto Group on Tuesday.
TALLADEGA -- The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind Board of Trustees announced during its quarterly meeting Tuesday plans to update its strategic planning and marketing efforts by conducting a rebranding campaign and designing a new institution logo.
TALLADEGA COUNTY -- Talladega County sheriff’s deputies are investigating four probably unrelated home burglaries in different parts of the county, according to incident and offense reports.
SPRINGVILLE -- The Springville council approved a contract with a company that will spray public parks for mosquito control.
SPRINGVILLE – The council is expected to hold a special called meeting at 6 p.m. Monday to discuss the possibility of annexing a subdivision into the city.
TALLADEGA -- “A Better Tomorrow Begins Today” is now officially the slogan of Talladega City Schools, and the system now has several new logos adorning T-shirts and other branded items as well.
TALLADEGA -- A Talladega High School student has made it to the semifinal round of The American Library of Poetry 2016 Winter Student Poetry Contest, according to a press release issued last week.