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Hartselle Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services will have an open house for its Public Safety/Emergency Operations Center Thur., April 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Hartselle Junior High School.
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Hartselle's Lady Tigers collected hits from nine different players, as they blasted Lawrence County 12-2 on the road Thursday.
Two men were arrested on drug charges today after agents found meth, pills and weapons in a Morgan County home.
Hartselle Mayor Don Hall has signed a contract with the Morgan County Commission and the Morgan County Sheriff's Department to house city inmates at the Morgan County Jail and allow the city to close its jail.
Hartselle High School's track and field team performed at a high level at the sixth annual Huntsville Panther Invitational on March 15, finishing fourth and sixth in the boys and girls divisions, respectively.
Two Hartselle men are in custody after officers found drugs in their car during a stop for a traffic violation April 12. The driver, Corey Van Hart, 34, of 2208 Indian Hills Road #A,was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, multiple lanes/improper lane change and driving while revoked.
Charles Lamp of Hartselle was recognized as Grantham University's 2014 Outstanding Graduate during an awards luncheon today at the Distance Education and Training Council's 88th Annual Conference in Hammock Beach, Fla.
The Hartselle City Council decided not to reduce its city limits to reflect the new property lines of parcels along the corporate limit lines.
You could tell it was going to be a day to remember when the first dogs arrived at the main pavilion in Sparkman Park for Hartselle's annual Dog Bone Hunt.
Members of the 2014-2015 Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Driectors pictured above, from left, are: Susan Hines, Nancy Busby, Janan Downs and Les McCullum; Randy Garrison, Dan Copeland, Arthur Peck and Larry Murphree; Rob Payne, Mark Waters, Dwight Tankersley and Ken Doss.
Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting recently to welcome Hartselle Martial Arts Academy as an official chamber member.
Jenny Turney of Forrest Chapel United Methodist Church attended the United Methodist Women's Spiritual Enrichment Spring Meeting at Camp Sumatanga on Sat., April 5. The Conference theme was "Faith in Action."
First stopping in Hartselle, the choir will sing for Hartselle High School during the day and will perform a free public concert at Hartselle United Methodist Church Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Huntingdon Concert Choir is comprised of 34 students who represent nearly every major offered at Huntingdon, including the College's Music and Music Education ... (more)