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State: OMSP not in danger of closing

State: OMSP not in danger of closing

Oak Mountain State Park is not among the parks in danger of closing due to a state funding shortfall, according to Alabama Department of Conservation ... Read more

Golf tournament honoring slain Pelham police officer

Golf tournament honoring slain Pelham police officer

Those looking to enjoy the spring weather while honoring the memory of a fallen Pelham police officer will have a chance to do so on ... Read more

Man faces 33 charges in string of vehicle burglaries

A 28-year-old Birmingham man is facing 33 charges – most of them felonies – after he was charged with a string of vehicle break-ins in ... Read more

Boots and Buckles Gala will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby County is asking residents to don their boots and buckles for a night of dinner, dancing and live music ... Read more

280, Helena newspapers to launch April 22

Shelby County Newspapers, Inc. is launching two new weekly community newspapers this month, the 280 Reporter and the Helena Reporter newspapers. Read more

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  1. Man indicted on Christmas Eve robbery charge
  2. Cities oppose bill exempting some companies from business licenses
  3. RMS hosts inaugural spring meeting for students, parents
  4. Summer Classics celebrates opening of new Pelham facility
  5. Sunday alcohol sales will be on 2016 ballot
  6. Hockey game to benefit Carly’s Clubhouse on April 20
  7. Preliminary construction approved for OMSP bike/pedestrian lanes
  8. Deputies: Man brought child to attempted drug deal
  9. Shelby County mayors share updates from their cities
  10. Arts Extravaganza draws hundreds to PHS
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