Thursday Mar 13
Guilty verdict for man accused of trying to kill Pelham police officer in 2012
Todd Sterling Miller, 45, formerly of Alabaster, was convicted of attempted murder on Thursday, March 13, 2014, after a trial in Shelby County Circuit Court in Columbiana.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Calera man on trial for sexual abuse of a child younger than 12
COLUMBIANA, Alabama -- A Calera man's jury trial started this week in Shelby County Circuit Court on a charge of sexual abuse of a child younger than 12 years old.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Dream Mecca Artist Group exhibit starts March 13 at Shelby County Arts Council
COLUMBIANA, Alabama -- The Shelby County Arts Council will shine the spotlight on a diverse group of five Alabama-based artists in a new exhibit starting March 13. The Dream Mecca Artist Group has its roots at the Daniel Day Art Gallery in Birmingham.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Charges: Alabaster man attacked individual, locked victim in shed
Robert Warren Young Jr., 28, of Alabaster has been arrested on charges accusing him of attacking an individual and locking the victim in a shed to avoid police detection.
Free basic carpentry course for adults starting April 1 in Columbiana
Students of the debut adult carpentry course held by the Shelby County School District and the Home Builders' Association of Alabama Foundation work during the class last fall.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Montevallo shooting suspect faces charges in Columbiana pizza place robbery
A suspect already in jail for the Jan. 20 Montevallo shooting that seriously injured a woman has been charged with robbing a pizza restaurant in Columbiana at gunpoint the previous day.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Robotics and automated manufacturing course starting this fall for Shelby County students
Shelby County School District students in grades 10th through 12th will be able to learn about robotics and automated manufacturing through a course starting this fall.
Columbiana teen is building a park at City Hall for his Eagle Scout project
A group from Scout Troop 560 in Columbiana helps with the Eagle Scout project led by Randall Hunt, 17, in front of City Hall on Saturday.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
American Bass Anglers
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Due to significant construction delays, the renovation of Beeswax Public Boat Ramp on Lay Lake near Columbiana, Ala., will be suspended from March through June 2014 to avoid conflicts with previously scheduled bass tournaments.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
International speaker part of parenting event for Wilsonville, Columbiana, Shelby school communities
A parenting event sponsored by school communities in Wilsonville, Columbiana and Shelby happening Wednesday will feature a guest speaker who specializes in understanding future generations and training leaders.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Experience an old-timey radio show live at the Shelby County Arts Council on March 1
The Shelby County Arts Council is hosting Birmingham's own Dill Pickers' "Old Time Radio Show" for a performance on Saturday.
83-year-old Hoover woman to undergo competency exam in murder for hire case
COLUMBIANA, Alabama - An 83-year-old Hoover woman will undergo a mental evaluation to determine whether she is competent to stand trial on charges she tried to hire someone last year to kill two adult step sons and her husband's ex-wife.
Pelham's Valley Intermediate School welcomes new principal
Former Valley Intermediate School Principal Dana Payne Martin congratulates new Principal Robin Hollingsworth for the Pelham school at the Shelby County Board of Education meeting in Columbiana on Feb. 20, 2014.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Roping, riding and fun at the 27th Annual Shelby County Cattlemans Rodeo in Columbiana, Alabama
The 27th Annual Shelby County Cattleman's Rodeo began Friday February 21 and will conclude Saturday the 22nd at the Shelby County Exhibition Center.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Shelby County Multi-Needs Prom
Bill Roberson was named King and Courtney Walker from Vincent Middle/High School was named Queen of the prom.
Columbiana transforming old Summer Classics site into park, amphitheater
Activity will soon return to the former Summer Classics site near downtown with the city taking the initial steps to convert the property into an outdoor amphitheater and park area.