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BOE approves roofing bid
The Talladega County Board of Education approved Bid 1595, a more than $148,000 partial re-roofing project for Sycamore Elementary School, during their monthly meeting Tuesday evening.
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Tax abatement approved for M-Tek
The City Council voted unanimously Monday evening to approve a tax abatement for a major addition at M-Tek in the Coosa Valley Electrical Cooperative Industrial Park, just outside the city limits.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Voting information being mailed to county residents
Voters in Talladega County are being urged to pay close attention to their mailboxes during the upcoming week.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Man convicted of enticing a child for immoral purposes.
A Gadsden man is now facing life in prison after being convicted of enticing a child for immoral purposes.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Relay for Life to pay tribute to those who fight cancer
On Saturday, April 26, starting at 3 p.m., Relay for Life North Talladega County will pay tribute to all who have fought cancer at the Sports Complex on Sun Valley Road in Talladega.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Voter ID production unit coming to Talladega County
Consolidated News Carolyn Henderson of the Calhoun County Board of Registrars displays a sample of Alabama's voter identification card in Anniston.
Council yet to appoint municipal court judge
The City Council asked questions for the four remaining candidates for municipal court judge Monday night, but did not discuss actually filling the position, according to City Manager Brian Muenger.
How to apply for jobs at a growing Cullman auto supplier
Auto supplier REHAU this week marked the completion of a $115 million, 250-job expansion at its Cullman facility, and more growth is on the horizon.
Craigslist ad for bulldozer leads to arrest
An Eastaboga man has been charged with attempted theft of property in the first degree after allegedly attempting to sell a bulldozer that did not belong to him on Craigslist.
3 charged with cooking meth
Two Lincoln men and a woman from Odenville have been arrested on various drug charges, including manufacture of a controlled substance in the first degree.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
ASD to host Summer Speech Program
The Alabama School for the Deaf hosts the 2014 Summer Speech Program June 2-28 at the Dowling Building on 205 East Street South in Talladega.
Commission requests watershed access for Sycamore residents
The Talladega County Commission unanimously voted to adopt a resolution and write a letter to Cahaba Properties requesting them to consider providing an access point to the Tallassahatchee Watershed for Sycamore citizens.
Senator to speak at Republican Party meeting
Sen. Slade Blackwell will be the guest speaker at the Talladega County Republican Party on Monday, April 21, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Spring Street Community Center in Talladega.
Deliberations begin today in rape case
A Talladega County jury of seven women and six men is expected to begin deliberating today in the case of a Sylacauga man accused of burglary in the second degree and rape in the first degree.
Man arrested in Munford on outstanding warrants
A Delta man was arrested in Munford on outstanding warrants from Calhoun County after shoplifting from the Talladega Wal-Mart.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Iraq vet from Talladega County sentenced to 6 years in prison for trying to hire KKK to kill black neighbor
Allen Wayne "Big Dad" Morgan, 30, of Munford, was sentenced this afternoon by Chief U.S. District Court Judge Karon Bowdre.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Officials praise Palmer Place at open house
Between 50 and 75 people turned out Friday morning for an open house at Palmer Place, the children's advocacy center serving Talladega and the surrounding counties.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Missing Fayetteville woman found dead
Members of the Talladega County Sheriff's Department, with the help of the Department of Public Safety and a K-9 unit from the Etowah County Rescue Squad, found the body of a missing Fayetteville woman Friday evening.
County students shine at Innovative Learning Showcase
Bob Crisp/The Daily Home Sycamore Elementary School students Nick Perry and Kayla Merritt explain the elements of their Project-Based Learning assignment to Leslie Price, an employee of the Boaz School System, during the seventh annual Innovative Learning Showcase at Childersburg High School Thursday night.
Golf ball drop raises $5,000 for school foundation
Shane Dunaway/The Daily Home A helicopter drops golf balls on the practice field at Childersburg High School Thursday evening, making winners of four people who sponsored the fund-raiser.