Killen man charged with murder of Winston Career Academy teacher
DOUBLE SPRINGS - On March 27, around 7 p.m., Terry Wayne "Bubba" Lewis, 40, of Double Springs was struck and killed by a vehicle on County Road 18 north of Double Springs in a rural area, noted Winston County Sheriff Caleb Snoddy.
The vehicle was driven by Christian Daniel Modas, 30, of Killen, who has been charged with murder and as of press time was in the Winston County Jail facing $1 million bond, Snoddy said.
The incident is under investigation by the sheriffs office. No further details will be given at this time.
County Road 32 and County Road 15 intersection closed today
WINSTON COUNTY - The Winston County Road Department has closed the intersection at County Road 32 and County Road 15 Monday, March 27, to replace a culvert. This portion of road will be closed until the replacement is completed. Winston County District 2 Commissioner David Cummings asks for motorists to avoid this area until the work is completed.
Arley Women's Club sponsoring Arley's largest spring yard sale April 1
Additional principal for Haleyville Elementary proposed
Highway 13 Yard Sale set for April 1
Arley Women's Club sponsoring art gallery next week
Summer concert series coming to Looney's Tavern
Steve Smith Memorial Poker Run and Cruise-In to honor fallen chief
Alabamian to honor healthcare heroes April 26
Sewer relocation project greenlit by Haleyville Water and Sewer Board
Grajewski makes dean’s list
MURFREESBORO, TENN. - Joshua Grajewski, of Houston, was named to the dean’s list for the fall semester at Middle Tennessee State University.
To qualify for this distinction, an undergraduate student must maintain a current semester grade-point average of 3.5 or above and earn at least 12 semester hours.
Grajewski is currently majoring in information systems.
Murder charge for alleged accomplice in botched home invasion
Imperial Inn sold to developer
Flowers need to be removed at Littleville Cemetery this month
COIN program gets boost from governor’s office
Move Alabama - Now through April 30
Local students inducted into PTK
HANCEVILLE - Three local students were recently inducted into Wallace State Community College’s Alpha Chi Tau chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society.
Amber Burden, of Crane Hill; Amy Gigis, of Double Springs and Nicholas Perez, of Arley, were all invited to join the honor society, which requires a grade point average of 3.5 or better.