Project SEARCH students interview with confidence

Project SEARCH students interview with confidence

Throughout the year, the Arc of Shelby County’s Project SEARCH students have been preparing to enter the workforce. With graduation just around the corner, the ... Read more | Add your comment

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Pelham Personnel Board reviews Civil Service Law

The Pelham Personnel Board continued their project of editing and updating the city’s Civil Service Law during an April 23 meeting. Read more | Add your comment

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  2. Pelham BOE names school superintendent | Add your comment
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Pelham Business Council focuses on progress and growth

Pelham Business Council focuses on progress and growth

Pelham’s economic future looks bright, according to an April 22 meeting of the Pelham Business Council, which discussed several recent developments that city officials said ... Read more | Add your comment

VIS fifth graders participate in Youth Government Day

VIS fifth graders participate in Youth Government Day

The Pelham City Council meeting was anything but business as usual as Pelham celebrated Youth Government Day and welcomed several special guests to the April ... Read more | Add your comment

Read to win at Pelham Public Library

Read to win at Pelham Public Library

Looking for good beach reads this summer? Check them out from the Pelham Public Library and you could be a winner. Read more | Add your comment

Train-vehicle collision causes Pelham road closures

Train-vehicle collision causes Pelham road closures

Pelham experienced two road closures when a train collided with a passenger vehicle around 10:21 a.m. April 21. Read more | Add your comment

What’s next for Carly’s Law?

What’s next for Carly’s Law?

After months of hard work from families and lawmakers across Alabama and unanimous approval from the State Legislature, Governor Robert Bentley signed Senate Bill 174 ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Pelham baseball sweeps Prattville in playoff opener | Add your comment
  2. Man shot in incident in Papa Saia’s parking lot | Add your comment
  3. Pelham may name permanent superintendent April 22 | Add your comment
  4. Pelham brings awareness to parental alienation | Add your comment
  5. Helping Heroes | Add your comment
  6. Dr. Mike Shaw retiring after 35 years as pastor | Add your comment
  7. “Smart Investing” in Pelham schools | Add your comment
  8. Man charged with child sex abuse | Add your comment
  9. VES opening new adaptive playground | Add your comment
  10. Sentencing delayed for attempted cop killer convict | Add your comment
  11. Former DHR employee pleads not guilty to sex charges | Add your comment
  12. Shelby County students dress for success | Add your comment
  13. Little Panthers | Add your comment
  14. Pelham City School System welcomes new addition | Add your comment
  15. ‘I was trapped:’ Locals face flood’s aftermath | Add your comment
  16. Living history at Valley Intermediate | Add your comment
  17. I-65 north car fire: no injuries reported | Add your comment
  18. Buck Creek Festival on schedule | Add your comment
  19. Planning Commission approves subdivision | Add your comment
  20. Pelham barbershop celebrates 30 years of clipping | Add your comment
  21. Pelham BOE position open | Add your comment
  22. Shop Local supports vendors | Add your comment
  23. Easter egg hunt coming to Pelham | Add your comment
  24. Pelham to repave 23 roads | Add your comment

Sports

Pelham baseball sweeps Prattville in playoff opener

Pelham baseball sweeps Prattville in playoff opener

Pelham High School Panthers took on the Prattville Lions in what was a nail-biting game to open the AHSAA Class 6A playoffs in a best-of-three ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Pelham’s Allison named boys’ basketball All-County POY | Add your comment
  2. Pelham girls golf participates in Hills Tournament | Add your comment
  3. Panthers push past Jaguars in thriller | Add your comment

Special Section

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

Watching while waiting at PHS

“There are 44 days until graduation,” PHS Senior Jessica Lingle said. Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Schools

Pelham takes next step in school system formation

The Pelham Board of Education’s newly hired lawyers said a July 1, 2014 formation date will not be impossible for the upcoming school system, but ... Read more | Add your comment