St. Clair County Probate Judge Andrew Weathington administered the Oath of Office to six Republicans who won their respective races Nov. 8.
Lincoln city officials say a recent trip they took to a veterans’ facility in Kansas City was a three-day discovery of ideas and information gleaned from tours and visits.
Last week, the Pell City Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening of three new local businesses and the 10-year anniversary of another business, marking the continued growth of the area.
Any ordinance that would allow a medical marijuana dispensary in any given Alabama city at any time in the future must be approved in that city by Dec. 30, 2022, a condition that Riverside Mayor Rusty Jessup spoke of during Monday’s City Council session.
A hit-and-run at a residence on Skyline Trail resulting in the death of a Pell City woman Sunday night remains under investigation by the Pell City Police Department and the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office.
A student club at Pell City High School that’s dedicated to raising community awareness for conditions that include anxiety and depression will present Teen Mental Health First Aid Training Monday, Nov. 28, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Center for Education and Performing Arts in Pell City.
Tuesday afternoon the St. Clair County Board of Education and the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office were made aware of an incident of a verbal threat being made by another student at Odenville Middle School.
It opened its doors to its first residents 10 years ago, and on Veterans Day last week the Col. Robert L. Howard Veterans Home in Pell City celebrated care for veterans of at least 900 families.
A water main on Golf Course Road and Alabama 34 will see improvements with Pell City’s receipt of a $500,000 grant from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.
A Pell City sixth-grader will have a due process hearing today following a report of a “death note” that was reportedly written while not on school property.
People from across the county and state joined city residents to celebrate Ashville’s Bicentennial Celebration, a city that was established in 1822 and is still thriving today.
A man was arrested Thursday in connection with the death of a 52-year-old Lincoln woman, whose body was found in a wooded area of St. Clair County.
It is about the size of a silver dollar, but much different with its green and white colors. A symbol of the American Flag is in the center of the coin on one side, and on the other is a green outline of the city of Ashville with a white magnolia blossom.
Members of the Pell City Schools Foundation continued their tradition of giving to teachers Nov. 2, with 62 teachers receiving funding for special projects.
Alabamians will head to the polls tomorrow for midterm elections that will decide the state’s next U.S. Senator, Governor and more.
A school lockdown was put in place Thursday morning at Iola Roberts Elementary School, where an unidentified male was noticed attempting to enter the school’s gym.
Gerald Hoyle’s fascination for rocks started at an early age. As a youngster growing up in the southern tip of rural St. Clair County, his family’s property offered all kinds of opportunities for rambling and roaming and getting a close up look at the earth he walked over.