Wednesday Mar 5
Chelsea on annexing neighborhoods: 'Pelham has got to make the decision'
Chelsea Mayor Earl Niven has had discussions with subdivisions located in Pelham that border Chelsea's city limits concerning de-annexation.
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Tue Mar 04, 2014
Pelham hiring engineering firm to study flooding along Bearden Road
The City of Pelham is hoping to address flooding issues along Bearden Road by conducting a hydrological analysis and drainage study.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Marijuana-derived CBD oil presents hope for these Alabama families
PELHAM, Alabama -- Today's rally in Pelham in support of Alabama legalizing a marijuana-derived substance called cannabidiol that could help hundreds of children in the state suffering from seizures attracted numerous parents in search of hope where medicine has failed.
Hundreds rally in support of marijuana-derived CBD oil medication for seizures
PELHAM, Alabama -- Heather Jackson of Colorado has seen the indisputable benefits of the marijuana-derived medication called cannabidiol in her own son with his seizure activity.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Jury trial for Pelham firefighters' class-action lawsuit against city set to begin Tuesday
PELHAM, Alabama -- A class-action lawsuit launched by a group of Pelham firefighters against the municipality is set to be heard at a jury trial scheduled for Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Birmingham.
School separation negotiations between Pelham, Shelby County involving Chelsea zoning concerns
Pelham City Schools Superintendent Tim Alford speaks during the Pelham Town Hall meeting on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Rally to legalize marijuana-derived medicine for seizures is Saturday in Pelham
The Chandler family, who live in the Birmingham area, includes Amy with daughter Carly, who has been diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called CDKL5, and father Dustin and their son, Colton.
Servpro of Birmingham building new headquarters in Pelham
Servpro of Birmingham is developing a 7-acre site at Huntley Parkway and County Road 11 in Pelham for its new headquarters.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Oak Mountain State Park plans prescribed burns through March 13
PELHAM, Alabama -- Oak Mountain State Park has plans for prescribed burns happening between today and March 13, weather permitting, to eliminate excess straw in certain areas.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
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Health briefs: Scale Back team name contest coming up
For Scale Back, teams of four weigh in together at the beginning of the contest, and each member is asked to lose 10 pounds over the 10 weeks of the contest.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Pelham's school district development includes creating a strategic plan
School district consultant Marcia Burke of Tuscaloosa, at right, addresses the Pelham Board of Education and others during the group's meeting on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014.
Pelham school board commences search for permanent superintendent
PELHAM, Alabama -- Not even a month after hiring an interim superintendent , the Pelham Board of Education is wasting no time in starting the process to hire a permanent leader for the new school system.
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
Oak Mountain State Park adding 2-mile mountain biking trail with grant
Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham is getting a new 2-mile-long mountain biking trail under a $60,000 grant awarded by Gov. Robert Bentley.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Eric Clapton Kicks Off 2014 Tour in Tokyo; Adds Alabama Concert to US Itinerary
Eric Clapton 's 2014 tour got under way on Tuesday night with the first of three shows the guitar legend has scheduled at Tokyo's famous Nippon Budokan.
Shelby County Road 52 additional turn lane onto I-65 raises cost concerns
The City of Pelham wants to add another turn lane from westbound County Road 52 onto Interstate 65's northbound onramp to help with traffic flow during morning rush hour.
Shelby County judge dismisses murder charge against dead man
Shelby County Circuit Court Judge Dan Reeves this morning dismissed the murder charge against 87-year-old William Virgil Proctor, who died Dec. 11 while being housed at the Taylor Hardin Secure Mental Health Facility in Tuscaloosa.
Some winter storm drivers still dealing with towing fees
Many drivers who became stranded during January's winter storm are still issuing complaints about the high cost of fees related to unsolicited towing.
Shelby County sheriff candidate Larry McDow seeking Republican nomination
A Pelham police officer with more than 30 years of experience in law enforcement is seeking the Republican Party's nomination to become the next sheriff of Shelby County.