Haleyville

Lakeland Community Hospital opens outdoor clinic for those with flu or flu-like symptoms only

HALEYVILLE - Lakeland Community Hospital in Haleyville has opened a walk-in clinic for persons with fever or flu-like symptoms only.  The outdoor clinic is located at the front entrance of the hospital, off of Highway 195, at the covered patient drop-off/pick-up area.

Scary sight in the sky in Haleyville Tuesday night as city dodges bullet during tornado warning


This photo shared with the Alabamian shows what appears to be a funnel cloud passing through the northern portion of the city of Haleyville just past Goar's Market.

HALEYVILLE - Residents of Winston and Marion counties were placed under Tornado Warnings earlier this evening, with many Haleyville residents seeing what appeared to be a funnel cloud on the northern side of the city in the vicinity of Highway 13 North and Kelly Hill.  Several photos and videos were shot of the ominous cloud as hundreds poured into the city's storm shelters.  The City of Haleyville had created a plan earlier in the day regarding how to operate the storm shelters in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and the plan appears to have worked. 

Lakeland CEO gives update

HALEYVILLE - Lakeland Community Hospital CEO Ashley Pool provided an update to the community Monday evening regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and Lakeland's response, including news regarding the outcome of COVID-19 tests done at the hospital.

Accountant says finances are “in great shape”

Rick McCabe discusses finances with the Haleyville Water Works and Sewer Board and explains the board is in great shape financially. Clockwise from left are Mayor Ken Sunseri, Bobby Taylor, Blue Russell, Ralph Trallo, Glen Roberts, Lane Bates and McCabe.

HALEYVILLE - A good fiscal year with sound accounting gave the Haleyville Water Works and Sewer Board a satisfying review of their finances by Rick McCabe, CPA, of McCabe and Associates of Fayette. The review was given at the regular monthly meeting Tuesday, Feb. 25. The finances were in great shape, according to McCabe, allowing the board to adopt a resolution for a clean water state revolving fund revenue bond.

James Spann visits Haleyville Elementary for program

Second grade students are intensley watching the screen as James Spann shows the weather balloons sent into the atmosphere daily for weather reports.

HALEYVILLE - The Weather Man himself showed up at Haleyville Elementary School Thursday, Jan. 16, while the second graders were studying weather. Meteorologist James Spann from the ABC network in Birmingham gave a program on the state of weather in Alabama and in general.