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Rauf Bolden: Government revisiting fiber-to-the-home in Orange Beach
Here we go again, resurrecting the same old plan when so many new options are on the table. “Once we get the marketing materials together and get the name out there in the area we are going to start marketing ourselves as a fiber to the home provider [in Orange Beach],” said WhiteSky’s Matt Amick. “
“Trading Paint” Hits Theaters Tomorrow See It At Bessemer Premiere Cinema 14 Promenade, Showtimes And Tickets Available Online Now
“Trading Paint” hits the movie theaters tomorrow, Friday, March 22nd, and you can see it right here locally at Bessemer Premiere Cinema 14 Promenade. To check out showtime and get tickets for opening day online visit http://www.pccmovies.com/location/11049/Bessemer-PREMIERE-14-Promenade.
‘Put Your Best Fork Forward’ nutrition workshop scheduled
“Put Your Best Fork Forward” nutrition workshop will be held on Friday, April 5 from 11 a.m.—12:30 p.m. at the St. Clair County Extension Office, which is located on the lower level of the St. Clair County Courthouse in Pell City, Basement Office 4. The class will be a reminder that “each bite count
PHOTOS: CACC hosts Dare to Dream Day
Central Alabama Community College recently held its 26th annual Dare to Dream Day in Alexander City. Students from high schools in Clay, Coosa, Tallapoosa and Talladega counties attended the event designed to encourage students to strive for excellence and enroll in college.
Safe Place awareness week: How to help children in need
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - This week, Family Connection in Shelby County is raising awareness to a program that helps abused or troubled children daily. Driving around Shelby County, you will find safe place signs. The signs mean that the building is a safe haven, so if a minor finds themselves in a tr
Prep softball: Phillips tosses no-hitter as Alexandria slams door on Etowah
ALEXANDRIA — Two weeks later, the no-hitter that was replaced the no-hitter that nearly was for Alexandria’s Maggie Phillips. The senior and Shelton State signee struck out 17 Etowah batters Tuesday, and the Valley Cubs won 6-0 in their first 5A, Area 12 game of the season.
Love Montevallo Day spotlights Shoal Creek Park opening
MONTEVALLO – Terry and Sarah Arnold each held a red-tailed hawk in their gloved hands, waiting for Alabama Wildlife Center Executive Director Doug Adair to give them the go-ahead to release their hold on the birds in the new Shoal Creek Park on March 16.
Today: Taste of Pelham
SHELBY COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) -- The Taste of Pelham will be held today at the Pelham Civic Center and Ice Arena. Organizers say it will feature 25 to 27 food and drink vendors. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.
Up Close! Talladega’s Saturday Pre-Race Pass puts Fans in the Middle of NASCAR Prep, NASCAR Xfinity Qualifying
TALLADEGA, Ala. – After its success last fall, Talladega Superspeedway is bringing back a fan favorite – the popular Saturday Pre-Race Pass, which allows fans to witness the action and morning activities from “pit alley” on Saturday, April 27, prior to the MoneyLion 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) r
Downtown Pell City hosts Girl’s Night Out
The 3rd Thursday Action Committee will be hosting a Girl’s Night Out in historic downtown Pell City on March 21 from 5-8 p.m. “After a long week and dreary weather, a Girl’s Night Out will be just what you’re needing,” said Denise Olivastri, co-chair of the 3rd Thursday Action Committee. “Grab a fri
Looking for work? This county may fit your needs
SHELBY COUNTY, Ala. — When you drive down Highway 25 in Shelby County, you might notice a bright sign with bold lettering saying "help wanted." That sign is right out front of Cahaba Maintenance and Construction. Inside the facility, they fabricate industrial machinery.
OOPS! Greater Birmingham going the wrong way!
I keep hoping our Birmingham region will do better economically, but a recent report is disappointing. The prestigious Milken Institute just released its 2018 annual report ranking of best performing cities.
7 pet-loving events in Birmingham, including Croonin’ For Critters on March 21
Do you love animals? From Croonin’ For Critters to Do Dah Day, here are some pet-loving events coming up in Birmingham. Enjoy an night of talent American Idol style while supporting homeless animals during the 12th annual Croonin’ For Critters event.
The 54th Anniversary Of Bloody Sunday In Selma: Announcing Essential Voting Rights and Democracy Reform Priorities
On March 7th, 1965, civil rights activists embarked on a 54-mile march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. Hundreds set off together, determined to drive change and bring attention to widespread civil rights abuses happening in the deep south.
Benjamin Russell responds well to tough loss on diamond
After a disappointing loss to Tallassee on Wednesday afternoon, Benjamin Russell’s softball team immediately bounced back Thursday night with a big victory over Alabama Christian. The Wildcats had previously lost to ACA twice, once during exhibition play and once during the regular season, but on Th
Norton performs with a cappella quartet
In Italian, a cappella means “in chapel or choir style.” Cappella is the Italian word for “chapel.” To sing a cappella means to sing without instrumental accompaniment.
Will temperatures warm up this week?
Shelby County residents will, for the most part, see a welcome break in the rain this week, as temperatures continue to dip into winter territory each night, according to the National Weather Service office at the Shelby County Airport.
Brandon Lynn Determined to Tame Talladega Returns to the ARCA Menards Series
Brandon Lynn will return to the seat driving for Venturini Motorsports (VMS) in the ARCA Menards Series (ARCA) during the upcoming General Tire 200 at Talladega Superspeedway on Friday, April 26.
Chelsea opens bids for new fire station
CHELSEA, AL (WBRC) - The city of Chelsea is working to keep your family safe during emergencies. The Chelsea fire department will soon have another fire station and this one will be a little ways down Highway 280. That will give them a department closer to Chelsea Park which is one of Chelsea‘s larg
Counterfeit money being passed at yard sales in Moody
MOODY, Ala. — The Moody Police Department urges residents to be watchful of a suspect passing counterfeit bills at yard sales. The police department says the suspect is described as a white female wearing a black baseball-style cap and driving a black SUV.