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Tips from neighbors lead to large marijuana discovery

A man out on bond for trafficking in marijuana has been arrested again after 38 pounds of marijuana were found Monday at a house in Gadsden. Read More

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RiverFest hopes to add beer garden

RiverFest 2012 could have beer sales for the general public. Read More

Prosecutors: Legislature corrupted; Defense: Gilley a con man

MONTGOMERY — A prosecutor in Alabama’s gambling corruption trial told jurors Tuesday that casino owner Milton McGregor and three state senators engaged in bribery to protect his millions in profits and provide the lawmakers with big… Read More

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Fog hampers air search for missing helicopter crew

Authorities searching for three missing crew members after the crash of a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter in the Gulf of Mexico say fog has hampered the air search, but divers were planning another attempt to get inside the submerged aircraft. Read More

Closing arguments finishing in gambling trial

The second day of closing arguments is slated in Alabama’s gambling corruption trial in Montgomery. Read More

Ala man sentenced to 25 years in rape of child

An Elmore County man is going to prison for 25 years after being convicted in the rape of a child. Read More

Sports More Sports

Scales lifts Cedar Bluff over St. Jude, into 1A title game

BIRMINGHAM — Trailing 15-1 and with its leading scorer on the bench with foul trouble, nothing was going right for Cedar Bluff. Read More

Green, Alabama see fortunes improve

TUSCALOOSA — The fortunes of Alabama and JaMychal Green have certainly taken a turn for the better. Read More

Daytona 500 endures rain, fire to succeed

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Want to capture the nation’s attention? Try a giant fireball. Read More

Life More Life

WHEN HARRY MET: George Melvin Glenn

I’ve been reading and re-reading two books in my library about Willie and Joe, two infamous World War II “dogfaces” captured in cartoons of that era by 23 year-old artist Bill Mauldin, who was able, in words and pictures, to… Read More

Senior Update for Feb. 26

Senior Times is published the last Sunday of each month. The deadline for submissions to Senior Update and the Senior Calendar for the next issue is 5 p.m. March 19. Read More

Senior Calendar for Feb. 26

Senior Times is published the last Sunday of each month. The deadline for submissions to Senior Update and the Senior Calendar for the next issue is 5 p.m. March 19. Read More

Opinion More Opinion

OUR VIEW: Hometown hire for chief

The Gadsden Civil Service Board for the third straight time went outside the police department’s ranks to hire a chief with Monday’s selection of retired Birmingham Police Capt. Johnie Crane. Read More

Obituaries More Obituaries

Davis, Betty Lynn (Baker)

Betty Lynn Baker Davis, Fort Payne, died Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012. She is survived by her husband, Rip Davis. Graveside service will be at 2 …..

Edgeworth, Martha Sue

Martha Sue Edgeworth, 64, Centre, died Monday, Feb. 27, 2012. She is survived by her family. Graveside services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. …..

Enich, Joyce

Joyce Annette Enich, of Altoona, passed away in her home. She was born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and had spent the last 34 …..

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