Thursday Dec 19
Fire destroys barn on farm at Massey
A fire of unknown origin destroyed a barn and its contents on the Jim and Dotie Gabaree farm in the Massey community Thursday morning.
Kids Day attended by more than 300 students
The lights on the American Legion Post 53 Christmas Tree flashed a little brighter Friday morning, as more than 300 kids of needy families assembled in the Sparkman Civic Center gym to take part in the Legion's 2013 Kids Day program.
Truck terminal eyes Falkville as location
Venture Trucking is looking at Falkville as a location for a new terminal and town officials are taking steps to make that happen.
Falkville adopts five ordinances
Falkville Town Council adopted ordinances on the subjects of animal control, building codes, swimming pools, ambulance service and wrecker service at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night.
Auction raises $35k for missions
At Falkville's Fairview: The Grace Place, many take notice of the congregation's heart for mission work, and specifically the country of Guatemala where former youth pastors Danny and Kim Lopez are serving as missionaries.
Trial moved to Feb. 24 for man accused of destroying 70 headstones at Tanner cemetery
LIMESTONE COUNTY , Alabama - The trial of a Falkville man accused of vandalizing a Limestone County cemetery three times in 2012, damaging more than 70 headstones, has been re-set for Feb. 24. Robert Allen Muse, 22, of 1371 Wilhite Road was charged with three counts of first-degree criminal mischief.
Falkville Lions plan Christmas for needy
The event will be held Sat., Dec. 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the town's fire station.