Food Network star, chef, event planner and writer Martie Duncan will visit the Pell City Library on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at noon as part of this month’s Wild & Wonderful Wednesday series.
Benjamin Moore of Pell City recently donated 25 gallons of paint for use in the Habitat for Humanity home being built in the Mill Village area.
“Someone smelled smoke and pulled the fire alarm,” Pell City Schools Federal Programs Director Christa Bryant said. “We went through the fire drill as normal, and the children were never in danger.”
“We’ve done a lot of great things as a department, but it is because I have a lot of great people working with me."
RIVERSIDE -- The Riverside Beautification Organization held a cleanup and planted native flowers and bushes at the Lotus Pond, a natural habitat in the City Park, on Saturday.
Individuals and veterans groups from across Pell City placed this sign and American flags at the entrance to Seddon Cemetery the week prior to Veterans Day as a way to say ‘thank you’ to all those who have served our country.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY -- People from across the county thanked local veterans for their service through special breakfasts, lunches and Veterans Day events like the Veterans Celebration held at the Col. Robert L. Howard State Veterans Home.
“None of us will ever forget the sound of ‘Taps’ over the rows and rows of pure white crosses. Our hearts filled with such pride and gratitude."
The council authorized the mayor to spend up to $36,000 for the paving project, which will include the paving of a small area next to the walking track, across the street from the marina.
Grace Ann Morris, a 12-year-old girl from Memphis, Tennessee, missing since Nov. 2, was located Thursday night at a local convenience store.
“When you see a veteran, I would ask you to always consider the price they paid to keep you and your family safe. I am honored to represent veterans here today.”
The Pell City Chamber of Commerce's Nonprofit Organization of the Year award nominees are Ann's New Life, Eden Westside Baptist Church and Logan Martin Lakefest.
PELL CITY – St. Clair County District Court Judge Alan Furr revoked probation and the bonds for two men who are persons of interest in the shooting death of the son of St. Clair County District Attorney Lyle Harmon.
PELL CITY – To those who knew 20-year-old Sloan Harmon best, it seemed as though he had been given a golden ticket. Athletic. Strong. Personable. Dedicated. Driven.
In October, Springville High School’s journalism class received a Walmart community grant from the Springville Walmart. Amy Box, the journalism teacher, used the money to buy two new computers for the class to use to edit videos. The class produces The Jungle, a weekly news broadcast for the…
“Inmates do not have an innate right to be paroled, they must earn such a privilege. Our first priority must be the safety of every man, woman and child in Alabama.”