Living by the lyrics of Crosby, Stills & Nash’s “Teach Your Children Well,” is what Robert and Carolyn Webb did with their youngest daughter Sara Webb Vick.
Thankful and humble are two characteristics that describe Willie Strickland, and if you know Willie, you know he credits it all to his firm walk in faith.
I wish I knew the author of the following story so that I could properly credit this wise person. The best I can do is credit it to our old friend “Anonymous.”
Christmas ornaments handmade and hand painted by local artist Clay Allison are now on sale at the Springville Museum along with the 2021 Springville Christmas Card set, and the annual, official Springville Christmas ornament featuring the Pearson Gas Station on Main Street.
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Karen White will be at the Pell City Public Library on Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 11:30 a.m. for a special author event in connection with her latest work, “The Attic on Queen Street.”
To know Rebecca Swaffield is to know she embodies and embraces a zest for life. That excitement is for three important reasons: faith, family and community.
The Springville Preservation society still has 100 year Rock School celebration T-shirts for sale at the museum any Saturday between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Good money management is a habit, an everyday task that is especially important if you need to stick to a plan to make ends meet.
The Loomis Brothers Circus made a stop in Odenville Friday night as part of its 2021 tour. The St. Clair County Arena was packed full of people who enjoyed the many acts within the three performance rings including juggling, aerialists, clowns, animals and daring stunts.
Leeds Mayor David Miller, as well as commissioners from St. Clair, Jefferson and Shelby counties, other community leaders and veterans, will join others for a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday at 11 a.m. for the new Tri-County Veterans Services Center and Community Center in Leeds.
During its monthly meeting, the Greater Odenville Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors presented a check for $25,000 to Chief David Davis and the Odenville Fire Department for the fundraising proceeds from Saturday’s Odenville Car Show.
Last week, we talked about Ivy Lee, the management consultant whose one time-management suggestion garnered him the equivalent of several hundred thousand modern-day dollars.
Question: In the last several months, I have heard a lot of talk about pollinators — their importance and value as well as the challenges they are facing. This fall, I am making some landscape improvements at my home, and would love to encourage more pollinators to visit.
The Springville High School Senior Beta Club is hosting a canned food drive to help SHS student families and members of the Springville community for the holidays.
The Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Leeds Downtown Trick or Treat event on Friday, Oct. 29. Those from around the community came out came out on a cold and wet day in an array of Halloween costumes to collect candy handed out by local businesses and organizations.
TRUSSVILLE — Greg Carroll of the Trussville Rotary Daybreak Club presented the club's "Shop Local" program at this week’s meeting of the new Springville Area Satellite Club.
The name Ivy Lee may not mean anything to you. He wasn’t a powerful elected official, a famous entertainer or a Fortune 500 CEO. His influence, however, is far-reaching, all because of the story about a simple suggestion he made decades ago.