Pell City native Brooke Robinson has been elected to serve as the president of Jacksonville State University’s Student Government Association.
In November, I gave you a heads-up about changes coming to Google Photos. Since its inception, Google Photos has been free and has not counted against your 15 GB of free storage. The change coming, as of June 1, is that photos you upload to Google Photos will start to count against your 15 G…
The Springville Police Department would like to congratulate dispatcher Anna Whitehead Melton with St. Clair County Central Dispatch for receiving the Alabama APCO Award of Excellence for consistently exceeding expectations in emergency communications.
The Moody girls soccer team claimed the Class 5A, Region 9 championship last week after defeating Fultondale 2-1. The Blue Devils also bested Carver-Birmingham and split a matchup against Leeds to lead up the title game.
The Springville baseball team claimed the Class 6A, Area 13 title after winning two of three from Pell City. The Tigers will advance to the playoffs next week.
The St. Clair County High School baseball team claimed the Class 5A, Area 11 championship title after defeating Alexandria in two of three games this past week.
The Springville boys and girls tennis teams qualified for the state tournament last Monday after competing in a sectional tournament against Gardendale, Mortimer Jordan and Pinson Valley.
The bills would make changes to the Alabama School Choice and Student Opportunity Act and allow for some local tax dollars to follow students to charter schools similar to how they would to any other school.
During the council’s regular meeting Monday, the council approved the agreement along with agreements for the Chamber of Commerce Hometown Block Party and the Triple H Bucking Bulls Rodeo.
Superintendent James Martin’s comments come after the Pell City Council voted to cap part of its local sales tax allocation to the school system Monday.
Legislation to create a new state agency to oversee the expansion and availability of high-speed broadband internet services throughout the state is close to final passage in the State House.
During the ceremony, St. Clair Presiding Judge Phillip Seay said Michael Campbell is one of four veterans who are taking part in the program by request of Talladega County Presiding Judge Chad Woodruff.
MOODY — The St. Clair County Economic Development Council spoke with the Moody City Council during the city’s regular meeting Monday. EDC director Don Smith expressed his hopes for the future of St. Clair in relation to the city of Moody.
The Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs has announced that the Colonel Robert L. Howard Veterans Home can now vaccinate staff and residents without a third party.
House Bill 93 as amended would let newer teachers in the state rollover each year their sick leave and get paid for unused days when they retire. Current Tier II teachers lose unused days each year.