PELL CITY —
PELL CITY —
Monday night was the Argo City Council’s first meeting for the month of April. Several issues were discussed and reports on the ongoing and upcoming projects in Argo were reported.
City manager Patrick Draper outlines plans for future growth and development at Rotary Club.
St. Clair’s Moody High School, St. Clair County High School and now Ashville High School are recipients of the A+ College Ready Advanced Placement grant program. St. Clair County’s board and Superintendent Jenny Seals have expressed that they are very excited to have these programs in three schools and hope to see it expand even more
Moody will be hosting two benefits for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for life. Paint the town Purple will be held in April, and the relay will be held on May 9 at Moody High School from 2p.m.-2a.m.
Gary W. Savage, President of BL Harbert International’s US Group, was chosen as a recipient of the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Top 25 Excellence in Business Award which, “identifies, recognizes and celebrates the success of the top 25 UAB alumni-owned or UAB alumni-operated businesses,” according to a release published by UAB News.
At March’s Leeds City Schools board of education meeting the 2014-2014 scholastic calendar was unanimously approved.
Yesterday, ALDI, the nation’s low-price grocery leader opened its first Anniston-area store, located at 75 Holmes St., in Oxford.
On Tuesday the Alabama House passed the state’s proposed $5.9 billion Education Trust Fund Budget with a 51 to 47 vote.
The Pell City Center for Education and Performing Arts (CEPA), in cooperation with Alabama Humanities Foundation, will explore the professions and the people that sustain American society when it hosts The Way We Worked, a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition.