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CCS students and community support one of their own

CCS students and community support one of their own

When 2-year-old Kenna Parramore was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia on June 19, her classmates and community at Covenant Classical School of Pelham rallied behind ... Read more

Citizens give thanks and pizza to fire and police departments

Citizens give thanks and pizza to fire and police departments

The Alabaster, Pelham and Helena police and fire departments were surprised with free pizzas as a thank you from appreciative citizens on Sept. 11. Read more

Pelham Library gears up for fall

Pelham Library gears up for fall

Are you looking forward to fall? Stop by the Pelham Library to get in the fall spirit. The library is gearing up for cooler weather ... Read more

Spiritual growth and education at FBC Pelham

Spiritual growth and education at FBC Pelham

The First Baptist Church of Pelham is offering adults an opportunity to continue their spiritual growth and education through Discipleship Training this fall. Read more

Chamber gets local students thinking about jobs, education

Chamber gets local students thinking about jobs, education

With the economy still in uncertain times and the job market constantly shifting, the Greater Shelby County Chamber of Commerce is doing its best to ... Read more

More Articles

  1. City Council considers green and money saving initiatives
  2. Pelham City Council accepting applications for Storm Water Regulations Board
  3. Commission continues commitment to school safety
  4. United Way launching campaign in Shelby County Sept. 16
  5. OMSP to gain playground, archery range
  6. VES and TIS receive Be Healthy grants
  7. Pelham hosts law enforcement K-9 conference
  8. ‘Suspicious person call’ leads to meth arrest
  9. Start of Carly’s Law study could be in sight
  10. PCS entering final stages of strategic planning
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