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Calera Main Street’s First Friday event draws crowd of 300

Roughly 300 people showed up for Calera Main Street’s First Friday festival which was held June 2.


Chelsea approves license for new mexican restaurant, supports Back-to-School holiday weekend

The Chelsea City Council approved an ABC Restaurant Retail Liquor License for a new Mexican restaurant and a ...

Alabaster Reporter Schools

Evangel Christian School recognizes the class of 2023

Friends and family watched on as 134 Evangel Christian School students paraded into the auditorium for the class ...


Area soccer standouts star in Birmingham Legion WFC’s first season

Birmingham Legion WFC has gotten off to a strong start to their inaugural season, and players from the ...


State Representative Paschal applauds passage of Parental Rights Protection Act

State Rep. Kenneth Paschal’s Parent Rights Protection Act passed legislation and now awaits review and signature on Gov. ...

Pelham Reporter

Humane society to host inaugural Poochella

The Oak Mountain Amphitheatre pavilion will soon see live music and furry friends as the Shelby County Humane ...

Alabaster Reporter

Shelby Baptist Medical Center hosts cereal drive

Shelby Baptist Medical Center is collecting donations for a Healthy Over Hungry cereal drive until Monday, June 12.


Pelham, Calera receive massive grants for railroad overpasses

Two of Shelby County’s biggest cities are receiving nearly $53 million in grants to help diminish one of ...

Alabaster Reporter

Alabaster CityFest 2023 finds success with largest turnout yet

Thousands of people walked the lawn of Thompson High School to enjoy live music and festivities at the ...


Pelham’s Darius Copeland commits to Liberty to play college football

Pelham Panthers receiver Darius Copeland only needed one word on social media to announce his decision to play ...

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Alabaster Reporter

CSX railroad crossings to be closed for repairs, improvements

CSX is currently staging equipment to begin crossing repairs and improvements in Alabaster this week.

Alabaster Reporter Business

Azaleas in Alabaster to close doors in June

Azaleas in Alabasters has announced that it will close its doors in late June.

Alabaster Reporter

Alabaster approves renovations to ‘Peanut” Jim Davenport Field and Stadium

The city of Alabaster approved a nearly $9 million bid for renovations to “Peanut” Jim Davenport Field and ...


Helena Mayor Brian Puckett earns local government management certification from Auburn

FROM STAFF REPORTS HELENA – Helena Mayor Brian Puckett has earned certification from Auburn University in Local Government ...

Alabaster Reporter Sports

Thompson baseball builds community through annual kids camp

As Thompson baseball coach Frankie Perez looked on at the more than 100 campers at the Thompson Baseball ...

280 Reporter

Video: Local students honored at graduation ceremonies

At the end of May, local students from across Shelby County were celebrated as members of the class ...


Pelham Public Library announces summer events

The Pelham Public Library has a summer full of fun events as it makes the announcement for the ...


Puppy Ice Cream Social featuring adoptable pets to be held June 10

An event combining family fun with pet adoption opportunities is set to return for its fifth year this ...

Pelham Reporter

Ex-Pelham youth volunteer coach charged for child pornography production, sexual abuse

An ex-Pelham youth sports volunteer coach, who was recently arrested for the Dissemination of Child Pornography, has received ...

280 Reporter

Field of stars: All-County baseball team named for 2023 season

Following a historic baseball season across Shelby County that featured two teams make their respective semifinals, one make ...