ASHVILLE – Summer school is in full swing at Eden Career Tech Center. Principal Adrianne Dodgen said this is the fourth year for ECTC to host a summer session.

On Your Mark ... Get Set … Read is coming to the Doris Stanley Memorial Library in Moody during the month of June. Parents can pre-register their children, ages preschool to 12, at the library.

ODENVILLE – The St. Clair Historical Society’s annual History Fair took place last week at the Fortson Museum. It marks the 28th consecutive year the historical society has sponsored the event.

A Veterans Day program was held at Springville High School on Tuesday, Nov. 10. The program started at 8:30 a.m. in the gym, and brunch followed in the library. Guest speaker was 1982 Springville High graduate Felton Head, a retired U.S Army sergeant major. All veterans and their spouses or …

The St. Clair County Sound of the Saints Alumni Band will celebrate 40 years of existence on Oct. 16, during the football game against Anniston. Any former band members interested in celebrate the 40th anniversary needs to join the Sound of the Saints 40th Anniversary Facebook page, and prov…

New teachers and staff at Margaret Elementary this year include, front row from left, Lindsey Click, Melissa Wallis, Melinda Darby, Courtney Crowe and Cathi Banks. Back row, from left, are Jackie Taylor, David Palmer, Tina Palmer, Katherine White, Killian Hodo, Amy Slusher, Ashley Lee and Am…

We are in the first few days of fall, but it will not be long before those days will turn into winter.

School bells have rung for students who attend the St. Clair County School System. The first day of school was Wednesday. Pictured is Rachel St. John, top, and Travis Smith learning their new locker combinations. Both are in the fifth grade at Ashville Middle School.

Yes, school bells started ringing again this week, but there are many students throughout St. Clair County who are homeschooled. One unique family in Springville has one child being homeschooled and the youngest child in public school at Springville Elementary.

New teachers at Ashville Middle School are Casey Farr, left, and Kim Johnson.