Parents as Partners returns to HMS

From left, Haleyville Middle School Guidance Counselor Meagan Vickery, Principal Bo Wilcoxson, Assistant Principal Elyse Aldridge and Social Worker Brandy Hulsey, show the banner inviting parents and students to attend their special workshop scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 26.
HALEYVILLE - Parents play a vital role in their child’s education, and an important event planned for Tuesday, Oct. 26, will allow them to become more aware of middle school policies and procedures in a new format.

Haleyville PD makes trafficking arrests, finds THC edibles

The items pictured above may look like candy, but they certainly are not. These THC-laced edibles were found in a residence in Comeens Subdivision, and Haleyville Police are concerned similar items may wind up in the hands of children.
HALEYVILLE - Two Haleyville residents face drug trafficking and related charges after Haleyville Police discovered 15 pounds of marijuana, 60 edibles containing THC and a disassembled AR-15 assault rifle at a residence in Comeens Subdivision.

Federal jury convicts Haleyville couple for transporting illegal aliens, money laundering

BIRMINGHAM - A federal jury convicted a husband and wife Tuesday, Oct. 12, for transporting illegal aliens to provide labor for a local chicken plant, announced U.S. Attorney Prim F. Escalona and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent-in-Charge Katrina W. Berger.

Haleyville City Schools partners with local grocers to shore up food supply amid nationwide shortages

Emma Anne Hallman, director of the child nutrition program at Haleyville City Schools, shows the three rented coolers that are being used to store perishable items for each school on campus.
HALEYVILLE - Educators are fearing that food shortages at school cafeterias, caused by a lack of workers in distribution warehouses and truck drivers transporting goods, may only be the beginning, with the worst yet to come.