The Logan Martin Lake Protection Association added eight solar powered buoys to the lake Wednesday morning because of a grant from the Coosa Valley Resource Conservation and Development Council.
A Bessemer man charged with multiple charges in connection with a shooting near Bowman Circle last year has been denied youthful offender status.
Investigators from Calhoun County were on their way to Kentucky on Wednesday in hope of interviewing the suspect and beginning the extradition process, according to Sheriff Matthew Wade.
During its rescheduled meeting Tuesday, the council approved two contracts with American Tank Maintenance one for the city’s 200,000 gallon tank and one for its 500,000 gallon tank.
Trussville’s Allstate Insurance provider hosted a paw parade and dog show Saturday at Big Springs Park in Springville in an effort to send one of Springville’s own, Sterling Wanninger, to the Team USA junior open agility world championships.
The Riverside Beautification Organization has received a $8,400 grant to help connect Riverside’s park and city playground.
A local chapter of Victims of Crime and Leniency will hold its first meetings at the Pell City Courthouse on July 11 and the Ashville Courthouse on July 12. Both meetings will be at 6 p.m.
Moody City Council members met for their regular council meeting Monday night to go over twelve budgeted items including a public works project to improve city hall. According to Mayor Joe Lee, this project cannot exceed the amount of $38,000.
The board heard from Student Support Services Director Myrus Strong on several steps the system is taking to improve school security beginning next school year.
Leeds hosted its Main Street media kick-off day on June 21, beginning at 5 p.m., to celebrate its involvement with the Main Street Alabama program. Following the program, the community gathered in the downtown area to continue the celebration with live music, food trucks, bounce houses and more.
Logan Martin Lakefest gave back last week with its check presentation for sponsors, and organizers are already talking about big changes next year.
Friday’s decision does away with Roe’s finding that there is a right to an abortion protected by the U.S. Constitution, it does not immediately outlaw abortion nationwide. What it does do is send the issue back to state legislatures to decide.
The Springville Public Library recently began its summer reading program this year and has a slam-packed schedule featuring events for all ages nearly every day of the week.
The Springville community gathered at the Springville Fire Department station on June 16 to unveil the memorial for Jared Echols, who was killed in the line of duty three years ago on June 17.