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Both the Pell City and St. Clair County school systems have made the decision to end their mask mandate for students and staff, with Pell City ending its mandate this week and St. Clair ending its next Monday. Additionally, visitors to St. Clair schools will have their mask mandate lifted on…

St. Clair County March unemployment rate fell to 2.5 percent, down from February’s rate of 2.7 percent.

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The Springville Police Department received at $5,000 Community Grant check from Springville Walmart last week, a move that highlights the local Walmart’s commitment to law enforcement.

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Backyard Leeds, along with the Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce and members of the Leeds city government, held a ribbon cutting and grand opening of the newest additions to the venue: Neighbors Brew and Pies and also Saw’s BBQ.

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The city of Trussville will soon see the creation of their own local Lions Club, which has not been present in the city in years.

After going an “extended period” with no meetings due to the pandemic and other factors, the St. Clair Mayor’s Association is meeting for the first time of 2021 in April.

The Leeds Area Chamber of Commerce is planning and organizing the 26th Annual Creek Bank Festival for Saturday, May 15 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Leeds Memorial Park on Highway 119. This is a free community event.

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The state’s largest wellness program, Scale Back Alabama, kicks off this Monday, April 5, just in time for Spring. This year’s program is entirely new and allows participants to scale back in their own way. Registration is currently open to all who live or work in Alabama and closes on Sunda…

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For the first time in their history, the Pell City Winter Guard are champions of their division in Alabama following an impressive performance at the Southeastern Color Guard Circuit.

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A long-track “super cell” producing tornados that ravaged portions of central Alabama passed right over St. Clair County. However, it left very little damage in its wake as the tornado never touched down in the county on Thursday afternoon and Thursday night.

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Last week, on Thursday, Secretary of State of Alabama John Merrill visited the St. Clair County Republicans at the St. Clair County Courthouse to discuss the election, the integrity of elections, and where Republicans go from here.

Governor Kay Ivey has announced the Alabama Capitol and the Governor’s Mansion are now open to the public effective immediately. All were closed to unscheduled visits due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pell City Fire Chief Tim Kurzejeski says that fires around St. Clair County have either been extinguished or have been contained to the point of no further worry needed for county residents.

Automation Personnel Services, a Birmingham-based staffing company with multiple clients in the Pell City area, was on hand for the first of many job fairs at the Pell City Municipal Complex on Friday, March 12.

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More than 2,000 people showed up over the weekend to the second Cattlemen’s Rodeo hosted by the St. Clair County Cattlemen’s Association.

The Woman’s Literary Club of Leeds is celebrating its 96th year in existence. The club is part of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs, a national/international civic club. While this local group may be small in numbers, these ladies have big hearts and a huge list of accomplishments with…

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The employees of the St. Clair County School System are almost entirely vaccinated, with the one exception being Moody employees, according to St. Clair Superintendent Dr. Mike Howard.

Members of the Pell City Chamber of Commerce, as well as hungry members of the community, were on hand for the ribbon cutting of Wake Zone Restaurant and Marina in Pell City.

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An Arab, Ala., man was charged with two counts related to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the United States Capitol. Joshua James, 33, was arrested Tuesday and charged with obstruction of an official proceeding and aiding and abetting and being in a restricted building or grounds.

Ashville's Archery team just celebrated a win over Moody High School. However, there was only one post about it on Facebook. There were no team or game photos and no names of those who did particularly well.

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