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Offender number remains steady

Offender number remains steady

The number of sex offenders living in Shelby County has held steady over the past year. There are currently about 240 registered sex offenders living ... Read more

Lakeview United Methodist starts the Oak Mountain Miracle

Lakeview United Methodist starts the Oak Mountain Miracle

Birmingham has the Magic City Miracle, and now Pelham will have the Oak Mountain Miracle. The Lakeview United Methodist church is partnering with several other ... Read more

Pelham City Council approves $56.5 million budget

Pelham City Council approves $56.5 million budget

The Pelham City Council approved the city’s fiscal year 2015 budget of about $56.5 million during a special-called meeting on Sept. 22. Read more

Will Pelham water costs increase?

Will Pelham water costs increase?

Pelham residents may soon see their water costs rise in response to a recent increase in the cost of Shelby County water. Read more

PCS offers adult ESL classes

PCS offers adult ESL classes

The Pelham City Schools English as a Second Language department has partnered with the Literacy Council of Central Alabama to offer ESL classes to adults ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Game Ball trophy returns to Pelham
  2. Planning Commission tables decision on Indian Lake subdivision
  3. Civil Service Law revisions sent for legal review
  4. Pelham BOE reviews first budget for PCS
  5. School survey: Some students start smoking pot at 13
  6. Want to get rid of old prescription drugs?
  7. Food for thought: Taste of Pelham coming Oct. 7
  8. Shelby County named most affordable wedding destination
  9. Salvation Army preparing for Christmas Angel Tree program
  10. Toddler battling cancer, raising awareness
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