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Troy and Rosemary Stroud have displayed some old framed artwork they inherited from an aunt in their home for years. She ran an old country store, "I remember visiting the store as a tot", Troy said while Ian Philips looked over the prints.
Proceeds from a rubber duck race scheduled for May 11 at Cosby Lake off Old Springville Road in Clay will benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Alabama. The event starts at 10:30 a.m. with rides, face painting, and food at the Marathon Foundation
Central Division crown with a sweep of first-place Southern Union, 6-1, 5-2 on Saturday afternoon. After winning a single game Friday, the Pirates came back Saturday and won a pair, 6-1 and 5-2...Ty Abbott led the Pirates by going 2-for-5 with a
Tom Benz sits with a team of missionaries, their heads lowered as he prays for the group of orphans they will minister to that day. Outside, it is cold, as several feet of snow covers the ground at Volodarka Internat orphanage.
16 PM, updated April 04, 2013 at 5:36 PM Kristen Gardner, an 18-year-old senior at Pleasant Grove High School, has been a member of the Hueytown Boys & Girls Club since the age of seven. And Gardner said she still applies the principles she learned
The National Weather Service's office in the Birmingham area this afternoon issued a warning about patchy fog developing this evening, especially after midnight. The agency's hazardous weather outlook for counties in central Alabama warns about fog
Chattahoochee Valley coach Adam Thomas knew the streak was going to come to an end at some point, and it did Friday night as Central Alabama beat the Pirates 7-3. The Pirates had won 16 straight before losing its Alabama Community College Conference
Since the 1970s, Joel Rotenstreich has taken more than 600 people of various races and religions on trips to Israel. "There were Protestants, Catholics, Jews, men, women, fat people, short people, Caucasians, African-Americans," Rotenstreich said of
The United Way of Central Alabama is hosting a free tax preparation event at the Shelby County Family Resource Center in Vincent on Saturday for people making less than $51,000 last year. Shelby County residents can participate in the assistance
When it comes to severe weather, Alabama is unfortunately, quite experienced in the matter. We're just months into 2013, but the state of Alabama has already experienced several close calls. In preparation for these unpredictable weather patterns,