Winston Sheriff's Office discovers pounds of drugs after accidental shooting
Officials gather for Exxel Outdoors’ grand reopening
Clean energy manufacturing jobs coming to Lawrence County
Double Springs Middle School honor rolls
Phillips Elementary School honor rolls
Haleyville High School honor rolls
Meek Elementary School honor rolls
Double Springs Elementary School first nine weeks honor rolls
Hayes gives state-of-the-county address
Salvation Army bell ringers needed
Citizens vote down alcohol sales for Bear Creek
BEAR CREEK - Voters had their say in a special wet/dry referendum, giving a majority no vote to alcohol sales and distribution for the town of Bear Creek on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
No votes totaled 64, with yes votes totaling 40. A total 104 votes were cast. Watch an upcoming edition of the Alabamian for a more in-depth story.
Malfunctioning HVAC unit behind firefighters being dispatched to McDonald's
Everett bid a fond farewell during his last county commission meeting
Haleyville garbage pick up changes due to holiday
HALEYVILLE - The Haleyville Street and Sanitation has announced that no garbage will be picked up on Friday, November 11, due to the Veterans Day holiday. Fridays garbage will be picked up along with routes on Monday, November 14.
Gillum back on Bear Creek Council
Community Action Partnership receives grant to help with utility costs this winter
HALEYVILLE - The Alabamian has determined that rumors about the drug fentanyl having caused a poisoning at Haleyville City Schools are false, having checked with Police Chief Rodney Lewis.
Lewis explained that the police department responded to a 13-year-old experiencing a drug overdose, but the incident did not involve fentanyl, nor did the incident occur on a school campus or at any school-related activity or function.