PCS announces free and reduced-cost meal policy

PCS announces free and reduced-cost meal policy

The Pelham City School System announced its free and reduced-cost breakfast and lunch program for families who meet the school system’s income eligibility requirements. Read more | Add your comment

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Library hosts CEFA information session

College may not be for everyone, whether due to the rising financial burden or other reasons, not all students can or will go to college. ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. PCS to fund extracurricular basics | Add your comment
  2. PCS to participate in Blazer BEST | Add your comment
  3. ‘Unscripted’ features local photographers | Add your comment

The Latest

Pelham BOE approves key partnerships

Pelham BOE approves key partnerships

With Aug. 7 fast approaching, the Pelham Board of Education prepared for the first day of school during a July 28 meeting, hiring an assistant ... Read more | Add your comment

Pelham receives top bond credit rating

Pelham receives top bond credit rating

After months of work and sending information, Pelham received an AAA long-term bond credit rating, the highest long-term rating, from the New York City-based financial ... Read more | Add your comment

Sheriff’s Office: robbery suspects ‘at large’

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office has requested help from the public and the media in identifying and locating to suspects involved in a North Shelby ... Read more | Add your comment

Sales tax holiday is Aug. 1-3

Sales tax holiday is Aug. 1-3

Once again, cities and counties across Alabama are welcoming the new school year with the ninth annual back-to-school sales tax holiday. From Friday, Aug. 1, ... Read more | Add your comment

Donated van a ‘game changer’ for Backpack Buddies

Donated van a ‘game changer’ for Backpack Buddies

The first time Backpack Buddies Program Director Stephanie Grissom saw the large new cargo van pull up at the program’s headquarters off Valleydale Road, she ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. PHS Thespians make their mark | Add your comment
  2. Sign urges speeders to slow down | Add your comment
  3. Man sentenced for trafficking meth in Pelham | Add your comment
  4. Pelham Library offers teen reading clubs | Add your comment
  5. City Council adopts financial policies and procedures | Add your comment
  6. Governor Bentley visits Carly’s Law families | Add your comment
  7. Pelham United: city partners with YMCA to start soccer program | Add your comment
  8. Fundraising goal set for Carly’s Clubhouse | Add your comment
  9. Former assistant principal pleads not guilty to sex charges | Add your comment
  10. City Council appoints board members | Add your comment
  11. Career training at Pelham Public Library | Add your comment
  12. McElroy headlines ‘Bama Bash’ | Add your comment
  13. Personnel Board reviews military leave and employee evaluation | Add your comment
  14. First Baptist Church of Pelham tries something new | Add your comment
  15. PCS buses get ready to roll | Add your comment
  16. Pelham man charged with murder awaiting trial in Georgia | Add your comment
  17. Moms Mingle gives moms a night out | Add your comment
  18. Program rewarding county kids for character | Add your comment
  19. Pelham’s Golden Jubilee draws thousands | Add your comment
  20. Mooney wins District 43 runoff | Add your comment
  21. Palmer wins Republican nomination for 6th Congressional District seat | Add your comment
  22. Ballantrae to host Get Golf Ready | Add your comment
  23. Jerry Tracey to lead tornado safety program | Add your comment
  24. BOE approves three principals for PCS | Add your comment

Sports

McElroy headlines ‘Bama Bash’

McElroy headlines ‘Bama Bash’

The Shelby County University of Alabama Alumni Chapter used few “friends” to help out a good cause on July 18.The chapter hosted the “Bama Bash,” ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Ballantrae to host Get Golf Ready | Add your comment
  2. Pelham football participates in 7-on-7 | Add your comment
  3. Pelham 11u All-Stars take Metro tournament | Add your comment

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Editorials

OPINION: Again, LNLC is not a failing school

If you’ve ever spent any time at Pelham’s Linda Nolen Learning Center, I think you’d be hard-pressed to consider it a “failing school.” Read more | Add your comment

Conversations with Connie

Pelham schools now live

“We have a phone that we can call out on, but we can’t get incoming calls ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Schools

Pair of local schools combating childhood obesity

Two schools in Shelby County recently got a healthy dose of financial help from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama to help combat childhood obesity ... Read more | Add your comment