The Collinsville Public Library is set to host guests Gary W. McCurdy and Tammy Beane as part of the library's free historic event on Nov. 16.
Supporting Home-schoolers In Neighborhoods Everywhere, or SHINE, is a home-school support group located in Centre, Alabama. The group is made up of a network of families from the surrounding counties who have made the similar decision to take their child’s education into their own hands. SHI…
The Collinsville Historical Association is sponsoring an Alabama Bicentennial Event on Sept. 23 at The Cricket Theatre on Main Street in historic downtown Collinsville.
Last Thursday night, deputies and agents with the sheriff’s office Narcotics and Criminal Interdiction Unit assisted the Collinsville Police Department with a saturation operation in the city limits of Collinsville.
The town of Collinsville has announced two events coming to town in July, both sponsored in part by Auburn University, the Collinsville Historical Association, and the Collinsville Public Library.
The Collinsville Public Library, located at 151 Main Street in Collinsville, has one of the most up to date collections of DVDs for our patrons’ enjoyment in the county. We have a large selection of family DVDs, animated DVDs and TV series DVDs.
In 1912, the owner’s son of a general store in Collinsville started the Turkey Trot as a promotional event for the store to draw people into town to help the store. Over a century later, that tradition has since been passed on to the Collinsville Historical Association.
After a lengthy investigation, two were arrested on Sunday with 3 pounds of methamphetamines, 3 pounds of marijuana, various controlled prescription drugs, 20 firearms, drug paraphernalia and more than $30,000 in cash, according to Sheriff Jimmy Harris.
A volunteer and teacher took home honors at the Alabama Community Education Association Conference March 7-9, according to Jacqueline Clanton, director of Collinsville’s 21st Century program.
A fourth grade teacher at Collinsville Elementary School has gotten her students involved in a program that promotes a healthy lifestyle, while also helping provide meals for needy children around the world.
JACKSONVILLE – Class 2A’s No. 2-ranked Collinsville Lady Panthers survived a last-second comeback attempt and edged the fifth-ranked Fyffe Lady Red Devils 45-40 Friday in the 2A Northeast Regional Semifinals.
One graduating senior from each of the 10 high schools in DeKalb County will be honored Feb. 20 during a reception to be held in Fort Payne.
In August, a groundbreaking ceremony was held in Collinsville for the town’s first Veterans Memorial Park. Just three months later, the project’s completion is ready to be celebrated on Veterans Day.