Living Faith Pentecostal Church of God hosting gingerbread house competition


HALEYVILLE - Living Faith Pentecostal Church of God, located on Macedonia Road in Haleyville, will host its first ever gingerbread house competition Saturday, Dec. 12, at 4 p.m.  The cost to enter is $7 per house.  The houses can be made at home and brought to the church or can be made on-site at the church after the church doors are opened at 1 p.m.  Judging will take place at 4:30 p.m., and prizes will be given to the top 3 gingerbread houses.  For more information, call (205) 485-3090.  Proceeds will benefit the church.

McCullar wins HOBY at Haleyville High

Haleyville High School's HOBY Ambassador and alternates. From l-r: Anna Kate Bice, fourth alternate; Lily Tinch, first alternate; HOBY Ambassador Maegan McCullar, Evelyn Kate Carroll, second alternate and Aynelise Vickery, third alternate.
HALEYVILLE - Tenth graders at Haleyville High School had the opportunity Tuesday, Dec. 1, to interview for a prestigious position that will help them in their future careers, with one student winning the chance to represent HHS on a national level.

Gentle family thankful to have loved one home after weeks-long battle with COVID

Tommy Gentle, known to many as the “Mayor of Dime Road”, now wears a new title given to him by his family, “COVID survivor”. (Courtesy photo)
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Christmas in the City hometown festival set for Dec. 5

HALEYVILLE - “City sidewalks, busy sidewalks, dressed in holiday style”, is how a verse of the traditional Christmas song “Silver Bells” begins. It also includes within its chorus the line “It’s Christmas time in the city”. A partnership between the City of Haleyville, the Haleyville Area Chamber of Commerce and Haleyville City Schools will bring that song to life Saturday, December 5...