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Gov. Ivey issues stay-at-home order for Alabama

A week shy of a month into Alabama’s battle with COVID-19, Gov. Kay Ivey issued a stay-at-home order for the state on Friday, April 3, ... Read more

13 hours ago by Alec Etheredge.

SCS shares electronic learning, graduation plans for students

Shelby County Schools leaders have shared the district’s eLearning Instructional Plan for students and updates for seniors preparing to graduate this school year. Read more

14 hours ago by Emily Sparacino.

McCarty concerned about grocery workers amid COVID-19 pandemic

Wilsonville Mayor Lee McCarty said grocery store workers and others interacting with the public on a daily basis are among those he is most concerned ... Read more

14 hours ago by Scott Mims.

Alabaster CityFest 2020 canceled

The Alabaster Arts Council announced on Friday, April 3, that Alabaster CityFest 2020, which was to be held on June 6 on the grounds of ... Read more

14 hours ago by Briana Harris.

New restaurant Anvil Pub surviving pandemic

“We’ve really been impressed with the support we’ve gotten from our community,” Gerrit French said. “People enjoy the food, but they’re also interested in the ... Read more

17 hours ago by Stephen Dawkins.

SCSO to close front lobby and make changes to operations

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office has implemented some operational changes amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

18 hours ago by Briana Harris.

UPDATE: Shelby County confirmed COVID-19 cases reaches 100

A busy 24 hours of confirmed cases of COVID-19 across Alabama and Shelby County saw the state total increase by more than 150 cases, while ... Read more

1 day ago by Alec Etheredge.

Alabaster’s Chick-fil-A reopens

Chick-fil-A in Alabaster reopened on Wednesday, April 1, after being closed for a bit more than a week. Read more

2 days ago by Briana Harris.

Residents take on home improvement projects during quarantine

“There’s definitely a lot of people that are at home and catching up on whether it’s the honey-do list or things they’ve been putting off ... Read more

2 days ago by Stephen Dawkins.

19th annual Buck Creek Festival postponed

In light of the rapidly developing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and its effect on public gatherings, organizers of Helena's Buck Creek Festival have elected to reschedule this ... Read more

2 days ago by Alec Etheredge.

Club studies different world religions

In the past six months, the group has been studying World Religions, noting similarities and differences in the details of Christianity, Judaism, Sikhism and Buddhism.  Read more

2 days ago by Staff Reports.

Columbiana Clinic offering drive-thru COVID-19 testing

Columbiana Clinic is offering drive-thru COVID-19 testing by appointment. Read more

2 days ago by Emily Sparacino.

Texas Roadhouse offering ready-to-grill steaks, curbside

PELHAM — Restaurants are among the businesses that have had to make big adjustments to survive in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Some ... Read more

2 days ago by Scott Mims.

Group delivers free Boston butts to residents’ homes

Lucas and group of volunteers cooked, packaged and delivered 44 Boston butts to elderly and immunocompromised residents in the Columbiana, Shelby and Wilsonville communities, free ... Read more

2 days ago by Emily Sparacino.

Hoover officials exploring ways to help during pandemic

“There are a lot of families that have been immediately thrown into crisis,” Frank Brocato said. “We have to make sure we have the resources ... Read more

2 days ago by Stephen Dawkins.

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