PELL CITY -- Eden Elementary School students kicked off the Logan Martin Lake Protection Association Lake Cleanup a day early, cleaning along the shores of the lake Friday.
PELL CITY -- The Pell City Council will interview two more candidates for chief of police at a special called meeting Friday, March 31.
MONTGOMERY -- The jobless rate fell in both Talladega and St. Clair counties in February while dropping statewide as well, according to a press release Friday from Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The headline for this story has been edited to reflect the correct date for the bridge work: Tuesday, March 28.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY -- A Blountsville man died Wednesday from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash in north St. Clair County.
PELL CITY -- As drought conditions continue in east central Alabama, the Pell City Council approved a drought management plan, even though the municipality has abundant water for its residents.
Pell City Superintendent Dr. Michael Barber told the School Board Tuesday night that school officials have begun recruiting teachers for the next academic year.
PELL CITY - The council approved a partnership Monday night with the Logan Martin Charity Foundation to build eight new boat slips at Lakeside Park.
PELL CITY – The City Council approved a resolution Monday night officially retiring police badge No. 804, which was worn by the late Lt. Richard Woods.
MOODY – Last week, eighth-graders from throughout the St. Clair County school system pretended to be adults for a few hours in order to make decisions their parents face every day.
PELL CITY -- Workers continue to move forward with transforming the former Avondale Mills plant site into green space for the public.
Alabama cities and counties may soon be competing for the chance to build mega-prisons for the state, but St. Clair County officials seem to be taking a wait-and-see approach.
PELL CITY – One man living at the Col. Robert L. Howard State Veterans Home is trying to raising money for not only a new van, but also a stem cell transplant.
PELL CITY -- Walter M. Kennedy Elementary School first-grade teacher Monica Christian was named the Pell City Kiwanis Teacher of the Month for March.
PELL CITY -- Dr. John Guarisco, an environmental toxicologist for the Alabama Department of Public Health, said he hopes to have the new Alabama Fish Consumption Advisories updated and available to the public by May.
LOGAN MARTIN LAKE -- Alabama Power Company will delay the start of raising the water level of Logan Martin Lake by two weeks this year.
Alabama would get three new prisons, two built by local governments and one build by the state, under a bill that passed the Alabama Senate 230-11 Thursday.
ATLANTA - The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and most private nonprofit organizations of all sizes that April 18 is the filing deadline for federal economic injury disaster loans avail…
RAGLAND – Two men were arrested recently after the execution of search warrants by the Ragland Police Department and St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office resulted in the discovery of methamphetamine and marijuana inside their residences.
WASHINGTON -- Alabama Farmers Federation members were in Washington, D.C., on March 7-10 to meet with Alabama’s U.S. senators and representatives.