Man convicted of enticing a child for immoral purposes.
A Gadsden man is now facing life in prison after being convicted of enticing a child for immoral purposes.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Sculptor's Walk dedicated in memory of Wright
Sam Wright started Sylacauga down a path toward reviving its marble industry years ago, and now there is a path memorializing the late mayor and his vision.
AARP driving class
The mayor's office in Sylacauga will host an AARP Smart Driver class, open to the public, beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, May 9. Location is City Hall, 301 North Broadway.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Deliberation to begin in case of child enticement
Jury deliberation is expected to begin Thursday in the case of a Sylacauga man charged with attempting to entice a child.
Westboro Baptist Church to protest Jim Nabors, alcohol at Indianapolis 500
Westboro Baptist Church has announced that its members will protest the Indianapolis 500 because actor Jim Nabors, who will be singing "Back Home Again in Indiana," there on May 25, is "the poster child for sodomy."
City Council approves updated garbage ordinance
Sylacauga City Council unanimously approved an updated garbage ordinance at its meeting Tuesday night.
Council yet to appoint municipal court judge
The City Council asked questions for the four remaining candidates for municipal court judge Monday night, but did not discuss actually filling the position, according to City Manager Brian Muenger.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
School Foundation recognizes excellence, awards $42,000 in grants
The Sylacauga City Schools Foundation recognized three people and awarded 33 grants totaling $42,000 at a ceremony Tuesday afternoon at Sylacauga High School.
Deliberations begin today in rape case
A Talladega County jury of seven women and six men is expected to begin deliberating today in the case of a Sylacauga man accused of burglary in the second degree and rape in the first degree.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Project Lifesaver helps Sylacauga Police find missing man alive
Sylacauga Police say the department's first use last week of an electronic monitoring system used to help find missing people was a success.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Yearbooks to be preserved digitally
Editions of yearbooks for B.B. Comer High School and Sylacauga High School have been digitized at no cost through coordinating with Sylacauga's B.B. Comer Memorial Library.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
26 sculptors visiting for Marble Festival
Brian Schoenhals/The Daily Home Italian sculptor Francesco Badalacchi diligently works to produce a sculpture depicting a Roman foot.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Authorities locate body of missing Sylacauga woman
The Auburn community has lost a beloved teacher and coach. Auburn High School Assistant Principal and Assistant Football Coach Robert "Anthony" Jeter passed away Saturday morning on April 5 after sufferi The Auburn community has lost a beloved teacher and coach.
Missing Fayetteville woman found dead
Members of the Talladega County Sheriff's Department, with the help of the Department of Public Safety and a K-9 unit from the Etowah County Rescue Squad, found the body of a missing Fayetteville woman Friday evening.
Missing Talladega Co. woman found dead
A neighborhood is stunned after police raid a house for drugs just a few blocks from a school.
The home of Dr. Zack and Lacy Dollar is located at 411 Norman C. Wood Street.
Friday's the day for the official beginning of the 2014 April in Talladega Pilgrimage, with home tours, gatherings of all kinds and lots of history and lore to love.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Authorities search for missing Fayetteville woman
Authorities are seeking help in their search for a Fayetteville woman last seen on Tuesday as she was headed to Sylacauga.
AJ Powers Lodge comes alive Saturday
Laura Nation-Atchison/The Daily Home AJ Powers Lodge/Plank Road Station has events for everyone planned for their fifth extravaganza for the April in Talladega weekend.
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The sixth annual Magic of Marble Festival kicked off this week in Sylacauga. The festival lasts through April 19 and features various community events, including Taste of Sylacauga tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. at J. Craig Smith Center.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Sylacauga Police arrest burglary suspect
A Sylacauga man has been arrested on a charge of third-degree burglary, Sylacauga Police Department announced.