Tuesday Apr 15
Shelby County NEGU run ready to raise money for children June 28 in Columbiana
In front of Shelby County sheriff's personnel at the second annual Shelby County NEGU benefit run in Columbiana on June 29, 2013, are beneficiaries Ezra Hunt with mom Pippa Hunt, Cayden Atchison with mom Karen Atchison, Amy Windham holding a photo collage of youngest daughter Halle Scott, Tripp Nichols with mom Jessica Nichols, and Connor Sanders ... (more)
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Mon Apr 14, 2014
Oak Mountain State Park could get more bike lanes on Findlay Drive
Shelby County government is applying for a grant to develop six-foot bike lanes on John Findlay Drive from the north trailhead to the back gate guard station at Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham.
Shelby County approves $4.27 million paving bid that includes Pelham, Montevallo projects
Shelby County's $4.27 million bid award to Wiregrass Construction for numerous paving projects includes roads and streets proposed and funded by Montevallo and Pelham.
Shelby County planning to raze health facility in Columbiana for senior center
Shelby County government is considering razing the vacant health department building across from Columbiana City Hall on Mildred Street to create a senior citizens center.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Youth Evangelist Matt Pitt released from Shelby County Jail
Youth Evangelist Matt Pitt was released this morning from Shelby County Jail after being behind bars since he was arrested Aug. 20 on a second charge of impersonating a law enforcement officer.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Shelby County Sheriff's Office national accreditation process has public hearing Monday
SHELBY COUNTY, Alabama -- A meeting to gain public comments about the Shelby County Sheriff's Office in its efforts to achieve national accreditation will be at 7 p.m. on Monday.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Pelham man faces child porn charge involving images of nude 8-year-old
Terry Gene Burch, 39, of Pelham faces a single charge of possession of child pornography with intent to disseminate the material.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Madison County Sheriff Blake Dorning and deputies deny claims in 'revenge beatdown' lawsuit
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Madison County Sheriff Blake Dorning and four of his deputies have denied all claims related to a lawsuit over the " revenge beatdown " of a Tennessee mechanic.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Former Shelby County man faces 20-year sentence in slaying of estranged wife
COLUMBIANA, Alabama -- A former Shelby County man today pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2011 slaying of his estranged wife in the Alabaster area.
House approves controversial Alabaster annexation bill affecting Saddle Lake Farms
The Saddle Lake Farms subdivision could start the process to vote to join the City of Alabaster with the state's approval of an annexation that has caused controversy and debate.
Calera pastor facing first-degree rape charge asks court to set trial
Harry Vester Jones, 50, former pastor of New Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in Calera, has pleaded not guilty to a first-degree rape charge against him.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Shelby County landfill offering free disposal for county residents April 5
SHELBY COUNTY, Alabama -- The Shelby County landfill is offering a free disposal day April 5 to help county residents with their springtime cleaning.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Help Columbiana name its under-construction downtown park and amphitheater
The City of Columbiana is in the process of transforming the former Summer Classics site near downtown into a park and outdoor amphitheater.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
With two centuries of history, Columbiana City Cemetery getting ribbon-cutting April 13
COLUMBIANA, Alabama - Typically ribbon-cutting ceremonies are reserved for new businesses or buildings, but a cemetery that represents two centuries of a community's history is getting one in April.
Columbiana's free public transportation trolley begins rolling around town April 1
The City of Columbiana's trolley that will give people a free ride along a route around town on weekdays will start operation April 1, 2014.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
After fears of collapse in November, Oak Mountain's treetop boardwalk getting repairs
The photo shows support beams underneath a wooden walkway more than 20 feet above the ground at Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham that had become unsecured as a group of roughly 100 students, teachers and parents from Pleasant Grove Elementary School were on a tour Nov. 15, 2013.
Coal mining plan will close a section of Shelby County Road 270 west of Alabaster
Shelby County Commissioner Jon Parker has been working on a plan with Shelby County Engineer Randy Cole on a plan to allow an Alabaster company to extract coal in an area west of the city.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Shelby County approves paving projects for Caldwell Mill Road, Cahaba Valley Trace
COLUMBIANA, Alabama -- The Shelby County Commission tonight approved resolutions that pave the way for road resurfacing projects by the state along stretches of Cahaba Valley Trace and Caldwell Mill Road off Highway 119.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Pelham High School's Navy JROTC program moving to Calera due to city-county split
Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets Andie April, Romeo Peterson, Kat Owens and Parker Bass from Pelham High School get ready to display colors at the Shelby County Board of Education meeting in Columbiana on Thursday, March 21, 2014.
Controversial Alabaster annexation bill will help school-age children, lawmakers say
The Saddle Lake Farms subdivision could start the process to vote to join the City of Alabaster if the state Legislature approves an annexation that has caused controversy and debate.