MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Transportation on Tuesday announced that $4.93 million in state funding is being awarded to cities and counties for various road and bridge projects.
Most of us use social media to keep in touch with family and friends, to complain about things or just to share funny memes. However, one local man used his to advertise his bad choices and landed himself in jail.
DeKalb County Superintendent Jason Barnett and DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden issued a joint statement Friday reassuring parents about the investigation of a former Sylvania teacher and coach who was arrested Oct. 5 on allegations of improper conduct.
Montgomery, Ala. – To extend the missions of the Alabama Department of Mental Health and Public Health of ending stigma in Alabama, a new resource is now offered as part of the ongoing Stop Judging, Start Healing campaign. The addition of an extensive informational PowerPoint to the website …
Officials visited the site of the new school in Fort Payne last week to view its construction progress. City Council President Brian Baine and Council member Lynn Brewer, along with Superintendent Jim Cunningham and Principal Jennifer List, were given a tour of the facility. The Fort Payne s…
Through the main doors of Sylvania High School, down the hallway and to the left is room No. 12– the home economics room. This classroom belongs to Hannah Neel. When Neel’s students enter her room, they enter an environment where they learn valuable life skills needed to thrive in the world …
Junior B. Reese, a resident of the Blake community and Korean War veteran, says members of his family have served in the United States military since World War I.
Dr. David Campbell, President of Northeast Alabama Community College, is pleased to announce that 159 students made the President’s and Dean’s lists during the summer semester.
Sylvania native Audrey Avirett’s business “Aud Makeup Artistry” has been nominated for the 2018 ROC Award for Makeup Artist of the Year in Rochester, New York.
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.
Longtime Valley Head resident Raymond E. Ringer was just 19 years old when he was drafted into the Army to serve in World War II. He said he was shipped overseas in the Pacific Theatre on Jan. 3 1943. It was just two years after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Sylvania and Geraldine High School band members will grace our nation’s capitol with patriotic tunes next year when the two bands travel to Washington, D.C. for a joint performance Oct. 6.