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Cullman woman, Arab man charged with capital murder in death of Birmingham couple

The Tribune's Birmingham news partner, WVTM13, reported late Tuesday night that Zachary Taylor Phillips, 23, and Kristen Leigh Gullion, 30, are each charged with capital murder and burglary in the Aug. 2 slayings of 68-year-old Joe Holt and his wife, 67-year-old Mary Holt.

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2018-08-15 03:53:05

Projection Welding Job Available At Top Cullman Companies

Most of our current available job openings involved hands-on, physical crafting and pride-in-workmanship jobs, but not all.

CULLMANTODAY.COM - 2018-08-13 13:19:09

North Alabama man pleads guilty to 'horrific' sex abuse of 4 young girls

Wesley Newman, of Arab, pleaded guilty to five counts of first-degree sodomy, one count of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12, and two counts of first-degree sexual abuse. His plea came as jury selection was to begin in his trial, said Blount County District Attorney Pamela Casey.

AL.COM - 2018-08-14 10:55:00

Van crashes into Baileyton Dollar General

The store, located at 13600 Alabama Highway 69, will be closed for at least two weeks to a month while repairs are underway.

CULLMANSENSE.COM - 2018-08-13 19:20:28

Arab High School’s fight song ‘Dixie’ will no longer be played at football games

ARAB, Ala. -- Arab High School will be coming up with a new fight song, because the current song,Dixie, will no longer be played at football games.

WHNT-TV - 2018-08-13 21:55:00

Portion of Welti Road closed

A portion of 11th Street SE (Welti Road) is closed Tuesday.The area is between Avenue C SE and Avenue G SE. It should reopen later this afternoon, according to a news release from Cullman City Hall.Emergency traffic will allowed through. Please use an alternate route.

CULLMAN TIMES - 2018-08-14 15:58:00

Decatur Police on patrol for drunk drivers

Beginning August 17th, Decatur Police will have extra officers patrolling major thoroughfares for drunk drivers.The initiative is made possible through the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" grant through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.According to the National Highway Traffic Safe

WAAY-TV - 2018-08-14 10:28:00

Shop With A Cop Foundation & Timothy Puckett SpotlightedAt Jack Aces

This fact was on full display Saturday evening along 1st Avenue NE in downtown Cullman. With the city block and parking lot across from Moe’s BBQ closed off to through traffic, hundreds of motorcycle, car and truck owners flocked to support the Jack Aces cause in the 4th annual edition of this event

CULLMANTODAY.COM - 2018-08-13 22:56:44

Folsom becomes first woman council president in Cullman

Gudger, who has served as council president 10 of the 14 years he has been on the governing body, recommended the move and for Folsom to take his place effective at the end of the meeting. Folsom was serving as president pro-tem of the council.

CULLMAN TIMES - 2018-08-14 00:41:00

Guntersville City Schools on lockdown as authorities search for 3 escaped inmates

MARSHALL COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -All Guntersville City Schools are on lockdown after five inmates escaped the county jail on Tuesday morning. Investigators tell us that the search for the inmates is happening near Guntersville Elementary School.All Marshall County Schools are on a Code Yellow, which is a

WAFF - 2018-08-14 13:13:00

Cullman woman among 2 arrested in connection with Birmingham deaths

Kristen Gullion, 30, of Cullman, was arrested by Miami Beach police on Thursday. Zachary Phillips, 23, was arrested by Hollywood (Fla.) police on Friday.


Muscadine Bloodline To Headlines Falkville Fall Festival - Cullman Today

The festival is free and held annually to give back to the community for a fun day of vendors promoting arts and crafts, food vendors, a 5k race, and along with car and tractor shows.


Decatur teacher resigns after being accused of having sex with students

DECATUR, AL (WAFF) -A teacher in Decatur has resigned after being accused of having sex with two students.Carrie Cabri Witt resigned Monday morning as a teacher with Decatur City Schools, according to ournews partners at the Decatur Daily.Witt, at teacher at Decatur High School, is charged with two

WAFF - 2018-08-13 17:12:00

Jones Chapel Wreck Shuts Down 940; Air Evac Required

Working the accident are personnel fromJones ChapelandSardis Volunteer Fire Departments,Cullman County Sheriff’s Office, andCullman EMS.


Cullman County woman arrested with murdered Birmingham couple’s car in Miami; Arab man arrested in connection with crime

MIAMI- Authorities in south Florida arrested two people today in connection with a double homicide in Birmingham. Kristen Gullion, 30, of Cullman and Zachary Phillips, 23, who has an Arab address were both arrested Friday. Gullion was found driving a car belonging to the slain Birmingham couple, Mar


Sunshiny successful Saturday for Fairview Band

FAIRVIEW- A sunny Randall Shedd Community Park was filled with visitors, vendors and vehicles from all around Cullman on Saturday. The reason? To take part in Fairview Band's fourth annual Car & Tractor Show. Started as a way to fund the purchase new band uniforms, the show has expanded to cover gen


Celebrate Cullman, 2nd Fridays kick off at 4 p.m.

Across Highway 278, the party continues with the return of 2nd Fridays, the monthly street festival hosted by Cullman Parks and Recreation and the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce.


Man charged with human trafficking back in jail

Circuit Judge Greg Nicholas ordered Kenneth Loyd Woods, 49, of Fairview, back to jail and that his case be expedited.


Cullman Sex Offender Bond Revoked In Booze/Pills Trade For Underage Sex Case

In August of 2017, aCullman County Grand JuryindictedKenneth Loyd Woods(49) of Fairview, on two additional charges:


Alabama school system bans cellphones in some classrooms

DECATUR, Ala. (AP) - A school system in Alabama will no longer allow students to use cellphones in its high school and middle school classrooms.Local news outlets quote Decatur City Schools Superintendent Michael Douglas as saying cellphones won't be allowed in those classrooms when school starts ne