Pell City Animal Control Center, 1071 Airport Road, Pell City, AL 35128. Phone: 205-814-1567, email animalcenter@cityofpellcity.net for more information.

Mary Dickerson, of Talladega, announces the engagement of her daughter, Tonya, to Eric Burns, son of the late John Lee Burns and Jackie Burns, and also Vicky Burns, of Sylacauga.

The city of Springville City Museum of History is the best kept secret around, and the Springville Preservation Society wants everyone to know this secret. Friends, if you haven't been or haven't taken your children to see all the memorabilia in the museum, you are missing a treat. Make your…

It’s that time again to start the new school year, and the United Fellowship and Outreach of Steele would like to invite everyone to come out on Saturday, July 28, at 8 a.m. for the fourth annual Serve Day at Steele Junior High School.  They have some painting, cleaning and general yard clea…

We all know we have some very good businesses here in Springville. One of them is US Nails, located in Springville Station (the Walmart shopping center). Cindy; her mother, Lee; and her aunt, Anna; work six days a week at the shop, giving wonderful and personal attention to all of their customers.

Pell City Animal Control Center, 1071 Airport Rd, Pell City, AL 35128. Phone: 205-814-1567, email animalcenter@cityofpellcity.net for more information.

The Springville High School AP Program student scores from the 2017-18 school year were recently released. The goal for this testing year as set forth by A+ College Ready was to achieve 79 qualifying scores. Springville students far exceeded that goal.

The annual Tunes Around Town was held last Saturday from 4-9 p.m. on the Courthouse Square in Ashville. Musical guests included the Park Avenue Band and Ballyhoo. Those in attendance enjoyed a variety of food, arts & crafts, a kid’s zone that featured inflatables, among other things. The…

Alabama’s 13th annual sales tax holiday for school-related items begins at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 20, and ends at midnight, Sunday, July 22, giving shoppers the opportunity to purchase certain school supplies, computers, books and clothing free of the state’s 4 percent sales or use tax.

The family farm is an American tradition, but, unfortunately, it is in danger of fading away as there are now less than a million people in the U.S. who claim farming as their primary occupation. This represents a loss of almost 5 million farms since 1935. Family farms, exhibiting self-suffi…