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Pelham Personnel Board reviews Civil Service Law

Pelham Personnel Board reviews Civil Service Law

The Pelham Personnel Board continued their project of editing and updating the city’s Civil Service Law during an April 23 meeting. Read more

RMS students learn to save

RMS students learn to save

The Pelham Public Library kicked off a year-long financial education program at Riverchase Middle School on April 23 with the TeenBoss Money Workshop presented to ... Read more

Twins top 1,000 books apiece in one year

Twins top 1,000 books apiece in one year

Rex Gann, a first-grader at Alabaster’s Creek View Elementary School, paused for a moment, looked up at the ceiling and slowly smiled as he mentally ... Read more

State: ‘Drugs and alcohol’ involved in infant’s death

The Shelby County District Attorney’s Office has asked a judge to require a woman charged with the death of her infant son to submit to ... Read more

Bice clarifies stance on Hoover school bus fees

State Superintendent Tommy Bice issued a written statement April 23 saying that school bus fees could be an option for school systems, "but one that ... Read more

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  1. SELC urges ADEM to deny permits for White Rock Quarry
  2. Project SEARCH students interview with confidence
  3. Stewart McLaurin of the American Village named president of the White House Historical Association
  4. Shelby County Schools employ new standardized testing
  5. Representative for Shelby County awarded for excellence
  6. Pelham BOE names school superintendent
  7. Bachus slams socialized health care during Alabaster visit
  8. Santa is coming to Pelham, in ‘strategically placed’ stops
  9. The Egg & I to open restaurant on U.S. 280
  10. Pelham Business Council focuses on progress and growth
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