“I would watch kids play ball through a fence,” he said. “I didn’t know their names, but I made them up, along with my script. It was something I would practice and practice.”
Lathan Hudson is a native of Sylacauga who started out singing and playing folk music. He eventually moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and began a career as a professional songwriter.
Chief Danny Warwick said the annual burn ban once again goes into effect May 1. In recent years, he added, most people running afoul of the ban have been given warnings, but after May 1, fines will be assessed.
Ivey and the team met Tsutomu “Mori” Morimoto, who became president of Honda Manufacturing of Alabama on April 1. He was previously president of Honda’s Canadian operation.
The grant allowed rocky dirt to be removed from two of the four fields at the town park and replaced by rock-free dirt, making for a much better playing surface.
After the hearing, St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Bill Weathington told prosecutors and defense attorneys he must first review evidence presented to him during the day-long hearing, along with video recordings, before ruling on a defense motion involving the shooting of the Middletown, Delaware, man.
The Moody Civic Center opened in October 2016. With it being a fairly new facility, Ellard is still creating new programs. She has been on the job since Oct. 31.
Breaking into and entering an automobile is a class C felony in Alabama, punishable upon conviction by one year and one day to 10 years in prison.
TALLADEGA -- Officials from First Bank of Alabama and the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind announced a special partnership today to a roomful of community leaders and local business owners attending the Greater Talladega and Lincoln Area of Commerce’s Chamber of Commerce monthly “Chamber…
“The community continues to come out and support us,” said Will Hardwick, president of The Children’s Place board of directors.
A family-friendly overnight First 100 celebration will pop up in the restaurant parking lot at 75 Marble City Square Blvd. at 6 a.m. on May 2, 24 hours before the grand opening.
Interim school Superintendent Dr. Frank Costanzo said he wasn’t comfortable accepting the low bid or any bid that failed to meet the specifications the school system had for the school bus.
Charles Andrew Joseph Hendrix was convicted of three counts of capital murder in connection with the death of Sylacauga attorney Blake Lazenby.
Danny Johnson, owner of Marble City Pharmacy, said he was glad his pharmacy could partner with Chief Kelley Johnson and the Sylacauga Police Department.
“EAGLE is the only faith-based accrediting body in the world,” Presbyterian Home for Children President and Chief Executive Officer Doug Marshall said.“Attaining EAGLE accreditation is a distinct accomplishment that means so much to us.”
A Blountsville man and a Lincoln woman were being held in the Talladega County Metro Jail on felony warrants from other jurisdictions after being picked up on drug charges last week.
Police chief James “Bubba” Brown said he believes the driver was going too fast and his load of raw cement shifted, causing the 18-wheeler to overturn.
SORNA violations are class C felonies in Alabama, punishable upon conviction by one year and one day to 10 years in prison.
The annual program will provide meals without charge to Talladega County students ages 18 and under beginning Monday, June 4, until Thursday, July 26. Meals will be served every Monday through Thursday -- with the exception of July 2-6.
“I am honored to be in a position to help ensure that present and future generations of Talladega students enjoy the benefits I enjoyed during my undergraduate years.”
The council approved the agreement Monday night, and the County Commission gave its seal of approval at its Tuesday morning meeting.
The Childersburg Kiwanis Club meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at Batter Up Restaurant in Childersburg.