The Leeds Green Wave traveled across the bridge to Bill Morris Stadium and left with a big 55-20 win over the Moody Blue Devils!!! 

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Members of Broken Arrow Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolutions met with Mayor Bill Pruitt for the signing of a Proclamation declaring Sep. 17-23 as Constitution Week in the city of Pell City.


Classic Car Wash of Pell City has been very fortunate to be able to stay open during the pandemic, and wanted to help make this school year a little easier for local schools. After much discussion with managers, Classic Car Wash decided to invest in the ones who are investing in the children…

Huddle House, the nation’s iconic neighborhood restaurant and gathering place, is officially open for business in Pell City. The new location, which is now open, is located at 611 Martin St.  

The Margaret Lions Club is hosting a Community Blood Drive at Margaret Pharmacy Parking Lot Oct. 17 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment to visit life or call 205-943-6000.

Crawford Skinner Agency retains its Best Practice status, once again becoming a part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the United States. This status comes by participating in the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America Best Practices Study group. The ann…


The census count is coming to an end and St. Clair County and its municipalities are leaps and bounds above both the state and national count.


St. Clair County schools announced that they will provide students with free lunches until Dec. 31 or when funding expiries.

Jacob Hadaways 13 carries for 95 yards and a touchdown and Dalton Lewelleyns 33 yards in the air and 68 yards on the ground help lead the Victory Christian Lion to a 12 - 0 win over the Donoho Falcons in region play last Friday night.  

Prison Fellowship, the nation’s largest Christian nonprofit serving prisoners, former prisoners, and their families, is partnering with multi Grammy Award-winning platinum artist Lecrae to perform at a Hope Event for men at the St. Clair Prison in Springville. The Hope event will take place …

The Pell City Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a free Job Skills Training Workshop on Wednesday Sept. 30 from 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. at the Pell City Municipal Complex, located at 1000 Bruce Etheredge Parkway.  

Members of Broken Arrow Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met with Pell City Mayor Bill Pruitt for the signing of a Proclamation declaring Aug. 26 as Dixie Mays Jones Women’s Equality Day in Pell City.


The Moody Area Chamber of Commerce announced its annual Oktoberfest set for Oct. 3. The festival will be held at the Moody City Park.


Racing for Children’s is shifting gears to host “Drive-In For A Cure” at Grand River Drive-In in Leeds on Saturday, Sept. 19 to benefit pediatric cancer patients at Children’s of Alabama.

During the pandemic, senior living communities have had to find ways to keep residents occupied and safe. The Sassy Senior Art Club at The Village at Cook Springs has found a way to continues to make smiles and keep residents spirits up despite the pandemic.

The Croaking Frog Coffee Shop & Fine Collectibles officially opened June 15, 2020. It is owned and operated by Shirley Catlin and her son, Jerry McCarty.

The God Is Bigger Movement is looking for anglers and sponsors for the 3rd Annual God Is Bigger Movement Bass Fishing Tournament. The tournament will be held Sept. 12, at Lakeside Park in Cropwell.


St. Clair County Extension Office Veterans Outreach Coordinator Wayne Johnson is retiring after five dedicated years. Johnson is a Air Force veteran of 20 years.

The St. Clair County Economic Development Council has announced that Unipres is expanding their production facility in Steele.


Qualification for municipal election has ended and slates are set for offices of mayor, councilman and school board members. Election day is Aug. 25.


Jefferson State and the University of West Alabama entered into an agreement on August 6, to provide a seamless transition for students transferring between institutions.   

Area K-12 students will be getting an extra broadband boost thanks to a $100 million allocation in CARES Act funding for a public-private partnership to increase access to internet services for distance learning.

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