PELL CITY -- Pell City High School varsity cheerleaders Marissa Dempsey and Sarah Goodgame pose for a photo Tuesday after picture day at Pete Rich Stadium.
The Pell City Police Department arrested a man Sunday morning wanted in connection with the shooting of a deputy from Lamar County, Georgia.
The Pell City school system has announced it will be splitting its seventh-12th grade students between alternating days at school.
Moody Chief of Police Thomas Hunt believes having Suzie will allow for his department to be more effective in getting drugs off of the streets.
Last year, Springville Pediatrics raised almost $2,500, and the practice is hoping to raise $6,300 this year, or $100 per child. As of Aug. 6, it was already halfway to that goal.
Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to Davis Lane in Ashville around 3:15 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 2, due to a call about a possible gunshot victim.
During its regular meeting Tuesday, the Riverside City Council heard from the Riverside Beautification Organization about its continued efforts to raise money for a new playground near City Hall.
PELL CITY -- With the COVID-19 pandemic still a concern, local municipalities are reminding residents absentee voting remains an option.
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles granted parole to three inmates with convictions in Talladega or St. Clair counties this week, continued one case and denied the other seven.
A Childersburg woman who pleaded guilty to murder and robbery in the first degree in 1997 has been denied parole, according to a release from the state Board of Pardons and Paroles.
Pell City Fire Department Battalion Chief Joey Vaughan said the driver of a black sedan was transported by ambulance to Grandview Medical Center in Birmingham.
The ADOC confirmed eight additional inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 as of July 31, including three at St. Clair.
“All this is another layer on top of what you regularly have to do,” Pell City Superintendent Dr. James Martin said about the changes. “It's a challenge.”
Next week, the board is scheduled to hear another 118 requests, including 10 more cases connected to Talladega or St. Clair.
With schools starting back next month, local systems are returning to a question they have had to answer before, namely, how do they feed students without exposing them to COVID-19.