Dual enrollment program sees first graduate
Elsie Hodnett/The Daily Home Jeremy Swindeall, 20, of Riverside is the first graduate to complete the dual-enrollment program between Pell City High School and Jefferson State Community College and find work at a local industry.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Hearing waived by woman charged with boyfriend's death
An attorney representing a woman charged with the manslaughter death of her boyfriend waived her preliminary hearing and the case will go to a St. Clair County grand jury.
Mardi Paws Ball to be held in Pell City Friday night
An animal shelter in Pell City is giving people the opportunity to help the lives of our furry friends this weekend.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Report: Human remains found near Pell City's Yacht Club
The Daily Home is reporting that human remains have been found along the shoreline near The Yacht Club this afternoon in Pell City.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Pell City industry expanding, adding 25 jobs
David Atchison/The Daily Home Amtech, American Metal Technology, is expanding and adding new jobs to its operations in Pell City.
Student-teacher sex: Are more female teachers being charged?
Cell phones. Apps. We say and do things on social media and cell phones that we wouldn't say and do in person," Blount Count DA Pamela Casey A Montgomery math teacher is convicted of having sex with a teenager.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Victim of fatal Saturday Pell City shooting identified
St. Clair County authorities have released the name of a man who was shot to death during an apparent argument Saturday morning .
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Shooting, wreck occur on Dry Creek Road
A child was airlifted for treatment after a one-vehicle wreck and a man was shot and killed in an altercation in separate incidents Saturday on Dry Creek Road in and near Pell City.
Restaurant employee arrested for stealing
An employee at Fincher's in Sylacauga was arrested for stealing money and other items from the restaurant, Sylacauga Police announced in a press release Friday.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
The Women's Fund awards $50,000 for projects to help lift women out of poverty
The Women's Fund of Greater Birmingham has selected two community partnerships that address poverty among local women and children to receive $25,000 in seed money.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Kudos to Pell City schools
Congratulations are certainly in order for the Pell City School System's staff, students and parents.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Shannon Waltchack ready to start construction on $5 million Stockyard @ Railroad Park
One of the companies that invested early on into what is now the Parkside District around the $19 million Birmingham Railroad Park is preparing to boost its stake by up to $5 million with the Stockyard @ Railroad Park development.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
City Council considers burn ordinance
The City Council is considering an ordinance that would prohibit open burning in most subdivisions.
Rotary donates to library
The Pell City Rotary Club made a donation to the Pell City Library Guild. From left, Pat Demott, president of the Pell City Library Guild, Marie Manning, with the Community Service Committee of the Pell City Rotary Club, and Courtney Cook, Pell City Library Guild Resource Chair.
Arrest made in spate of Jefferson County home break-ins
Authorities say the arrest of a Pell City man has solved a series of break-ins in northern and western Jefferson County.
Getting the community involved
We're pleased to see the Talladega City Schools Board of Education seeking input from all of its stakeholders in charting a new course for the future.
Shelby stays on the move
Sen. Richard Shelby's visits to automotive industry plants in recent days are a positive sign of interest in Alabama's fastest growing economic engine.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Bus driver honored for commitment, dedication
When he saw tractor trailers struggling to get through the Chula Vista Mountains along Interstate 20, he knew trouble was ahead.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Artist VIcki Mize started painting more after her retirement.
One of Pell City artist Vicki Mize's landscapes now on display at the Pell City Library.