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The unprecedented reach of the coronavirus pandemic has hit every aspect of American life. Read more
Jeremiah is called the weeping prophet of the Old Testament. He was sad because of his lot in life. Read more
As restaurants move to takeout only, businesses shut their doors, adults work from home and kids curiously wonder what is happening while enjoying a lengthy ... Read more
The Apostle Paul’s familiar exhortation to “greet one another with a holy kiss” reflects a customary mid-Eastern and first century greeting (Romans 16:16). Read more
It took a few days for me to find the words, to process it all—the spring sports season has ended… almost two months early. Read more
During a challenging time, the people of Shelby County are showing their resiliency. It seems that each day of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought a ... Read more
This is a scary and uncertain time for businesses both local and across the globe. Read more
Right now, this country and world is in a position some of us have never faced. Read more
On March 5, Alabama executed Nathaniel Woods Jr. who was convicted of capital murder for being an accomplice in the murders of Birmingham Police Officers ... Read more
One of the reasons I love my job so much is because I get to write about a lot of worthwhile events, and the Angel ... Read more
In a week where the sports world was flipped upside down with mass cancellations of some of the year’s biggest events due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), ... Read more
Last week, Alabama voters soundly defeated Amendment One on the ballot that would have changed the selection of the Alabama State School Board from an ... Read more
With school hallways filled with Thing 1 and Thing 2 and Cats in Hats, and classrooms serving snacks of Green Eggs and Ham, the week ... Read more
Benches positioned near the trolley stops in Columbiana give residents places to sit while they wait for the next trolley to arrive. Read more