A 23-year-old Lincoln man was sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison Monday after pleading guilty to capital murder.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc Mu Tau Omega Chapter will be observing “The Longest Day” Sunday, June 20 at the AKA Sorority House at 806 West Battle Street on the campus of Talladega College. Proceeds go to research and support related to Alzheimer’s disease.
An incident Friday afternoon at New Beginnings Recovery on Renfroe Road in Talladega left a Glencoe man dead and a second Glencoe man charged with his murder.
Shocco Springs Baptist Conference Center has completed its first-ever summer day camp program for students between the ages of 5 and 12. All of the programming and staffing for the camp was handled in-house, according to a press release.
An Eastaboga man was arrested on misdemeanor theft charges after finding himself locked inside the Dollar General store on East Street, according to Talladega Police.
Michael Scales has been providing special activities, gifts and weekly Bible studies for the residents of Talladega Health Care for years. His mission took on a renewed urgency during the past year, when COVID-19 meant that the nursing home residents could not see their families.
A Munford teenager accused of killing his mother and twin brothers in January 2020 was denied youthful offender status at a brief hearing Wednesday morning.
During its regular meeting Tuesday, the board approved naming Valerie Curtis as assistant principal for the high school and Tonya Helms as assistant principal for Williams.
An Alabama statute requiring chemical castration for certain convicted child sex offenders has not been used after being passed two years ago.
State Finance Director Kelly Butler is retiring Aug. 1 due to medical complications that might be associated with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Gov. Kay Ivey said.
Some 18,000 former students of shuttered for-profit education chain ITT Technical Institute will have their student loans forgiven, the U.S. Department of Education announced.
Stan Cooke, pastor of the Kimberly Church of God, announced he is running for the Republican nomination for state auditor next year.
Comer Museum & Arts Center’s featured June art exhibition is “Forgot in Time” by Sylacauga artist Cheryl Owings. This art exhibit will show through June 24, 2021.
SYLACAUGA – During the Tuesday night Sylacauga City Council meeting, police chief Kelly Johnson introduced four new department staff. Josh Morris, Madison Whitehead, Alexandra Lambert, and Kirby Days were announced before the council and others. An additional officer Tanner Cleveland will be…
The Talladega County Commission is asking for a second attorney general’s opinion regarding enforcement of a constitutional amendment outlawing septage fields in Talladega County.