“We have witnessed true miracles in healing and have felt all the love and prayers that have been sent our way,” she said. “We are truly grateful to live in a small town where our neighbors are like friends and our friends are our family.”
Mayor Rusty Jessup said the city had placed parking restrictions last month at the marina to prevent the boat ramp from being blocked, but Councilman Jimmy Hollander said he had received complaints about the restrictions.
“It’s going to be a lot of fun and very informative,” said Susan Mann, library assistant director, who oversees the Adult Reading Program. “Who doesn’t want to look their best this holiday season?”
For more than 20 years, Speer has held an October coat, mitten, hat and blanket drive, and she has been a community swim instructor since 1992, providing free swimming lessons to adults and children, as well as people with special needs.
Brown said unlawful possession of a controlled substance is a class D felony, and if found guilty, the suspect could face one to five years in prison
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The Pell City Industrial Development Board approved tax abatements for three expansions in the city’s industrial park that are estimated to pump an additional $450,000 into the education system over the next 10 years.
“When they asked me why I wanted to work in the County Commission office, I told them that it was something I had always wanted to do,” Lawley said.
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“I felt it in my heart to give them the labor,” said Wilks, who lives in Pell City. “It’s for the kids.”
Walker said the fire was under control in about 10 minutes, and firefighters contained the blaze to one room, where the fire originated. He said the fire appeared to have started in a garage that was converted into a living space.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This story has been updated to include the correct date of the wreck and the correct spelling of the name of one of the victims, Ne'veah Feagin.
The maximum penalty for each count of wire fraud is 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. The maximum penalty for each count of bank fraud is 30 years and a $1 million fine.
PELL CITY -- Randall Foster of Pell City was one of four to win an antique clock at the Landis Antique Mall’s 30th Annual Holiday Open House. Other winners included Fred Hollis of Cropwell, Linda McMichael of Odenville, and Ginger Sutton of Oneonta. From the left is Gary Landis, owner of the…
The winning painting, titled “Strike Up the Band,” shows three musicians marching and playing their instruments, surrounded by music notes.
VanPelt holds the board’s at-large seat, taking over for Angie Cobb, who did not seek re-election. Hobbs represents the Springville district, taking over for John DeGaris, who did not seek re-election.
She said at a minimum, there are six violations each day involving drivers who illegally pass Pell City school buses.
After holding third place Sunday in the first update of the year for the annual Daily Home/St. Clair Times fundraiser, the Pell City/St. Clair area zoomed to the top of the standings with $1,110 in donations as of Wednesday, Nov. 28.