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Shelby County Chief Financial Officer Butch Burbage has received the 2013 County Revenue Officer of the Year award given by the County Revenue Officers Association of Alabama. Burbage received the award in August during the Association of County
Taziki's founder Keith Richards has hired special education students from Shelby County to work in his restaurants for several years, so when he learned some were growing basil, cilantro and other herbs, he knew exactly what to do. Richards recalled
The eighth annual Sporting Clay and Firearm Safety Event in Columbiana on Oct. 4 is a fundraiser for buying Christmas presents for children in need. The gathering that includes a clay-shooting event and Boston butts for sale will happen from 9 a.m.
At the start of today's hour-long roundtable discussion with the Greater Shelby County Chamber of Commerce in Alabaster, Gov. Robert Bentley pointed to Shelby County's unemployment rate. The county has the "lowest unemployment in the state, so I don'
Chelsea High School senior Katie Day doesn't hesitate when defining what it takes to be a leader. "To be a leader, you have to be able to serve others and want to serve others. You have to have a humble heart and the will and the passion to want to
Karl Schroeder never thought a flood would wash through his property on Hidden Ridge Drive, a scenic area filled with trees and a small cluster of homes in unincorporated Shelby County near Chelsea just past the Ballantrae Golf Course. "I'm never
Attorneys for a Chelsea man charged with capital murder in the 2012 slaying of his grandmother told a judge this afternoon they need more time to sift through their client's mental health records and other evidence before they can go to trial...But
Walking into the University of Montevallo's Barnes & Noble bookstore on Main Street, the institution's purple and gold colors are everywhere. T-shirts, sweatshirts and pennants all have the university's colors, while the walls in the newly renovated
A Jefferson County judge today set a preliminary hearing for Dec. Matt Pitt on charges the youth pastor impersonated a sheriff's deputy. Jefferson County District Court Judge Katrina Ross set the hearing at the request of Pitt's attorney, Daniel
Shelby County health officials have confirmed two more cases of West Nile virus infection. According to The Commercial Appeal (http://bit.ly/184vvet ), the newest cases are those of a 33-year-old woman and an 82-year-old woman. The confirmations