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Shoppers could pay an extra penny on each dollar they spend for the next few years to help the city repair pothole-riddled roads, if the City Council passes a sales tax increase that was discussed Tuesday night.
A new book tells the 176-year history of the Marble City through a collection of nearly 200 images.
The Talladega City Council winnowed down the list of candidates for municipal court judge from 10 to five during a work session Monday afternoon.
The red light at the intersection of Walnut Street and Norton Avenue in Sylacauga will be removed starting Monday, Police Chief Chris Carden announced.
An employee at Fincher's in Sylacauga was arrested for stealing money and other items from the restaurant, Sylacauga Police announced in a press release Friday.
A tribute to police, firefighters and veterans was held at Comer Museum and Arts Center in Sylacauga on Feb. 27. Organized by retired Army Sgt.
One of the very best known story tellers around is coming to Sylacauga for a visit, and bringing along with her a look at "that thing called love" that you haven't heard before.
Bob Crisp/The Daily Home Goody's is opening a Sylacauga location in the Fort Williams Square shopping center on April 10. A familiar department store is returning to Sylacauga next month.
The gathering of winning contestants was a huge one for the 2014 Miss Sylacauga, Miss Teen, Miss Marble Valley and Miss Ingenue Pageants held at Sylacauga High School Feb. 22. The theme for this year's pageant was "An Evening in Paris."
The search for a missing Sylacauga man ended in the man's safe return Thursday. Stephen Rosencrants, 67, was missing since 11 a.m. on Feb. 26, and Sylacauga Police asked for public assistance in locating him.
Are you the star during karaoke night? Or do you belt out the hits at traffic lights? If so, it's time to display those golden pipes in public! Jarvis Summers scored 20 points and sparked a decisive first-half surge Wednesday night to lift Mississippi to a 79-67 win over Alabama.
Since 1980 the number of deaths caused by drunk drivers has been cut in half, and that's largely due to the actions of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.