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Local News More Local News

Alabama Power rates to remain flat despite PSC vote

MONTGOMERY — Alabama Power Co. predicts its rates will remain level through 2014 despite the forecast of consumer savings when the state’s utility regulatory board approved a new rate plan. Read More

Attalla school board OKs $11.8 million budget

The Attalla City Board of Education on Thursday approved an $11.8 million budget that is slightly more than last year’s budget, according to Chief Financial Officer Cody Patterson. Read More

Southside woman charged in burglary

A Southside woman already out on bond for receiving stolen property charges was arrested Tuesday on burglary-related charges. Read More;sz=300x250;dcove=r;ord=123456789?

State News More State News

4 officers sickened after busting Ala. meth lab

Pelham police say four officers who became sick after busting a suspected meth lab have been treated and released from a local hospital. Read More

Pelham Council votes to form new school system

Another Alabama city is planning to form its own municipal school system.
Members of the Pelham City Council voted Monday night to establish their own board of education. Read More

Alabama love bug season worse than 2012

Most people think love bugs are a nuisance, but not Ronnie Whitres.
Whitres loves the bugs. Whitres, the owner of Ronnie’s Clean Cars, said the love bugs are good business. Read More

Sports More Sports

Cedar Bluff beats Coosa 49-20

Cedar Bluff’s 49-20 high school football victory over Coosa Christian in The Gadsden Times’ Game of the Week had something for everybody. Read More

Oxford edges Gadsden City 6-0

Oxford scored the game’s only points to defeat Gadsden City at home 6-0 Friday in a matchup of Class 6A, Region 7 rivals. Read More

No. 2 Piedmont rolls over Glencoe 41-7

Class 3A, No. 2 Piedmont rolled to a 41-7 win over Glencoe on Friday night for a Region 5 victory. Read More

Life More Life

Rhett Walker Band to headline Paws and Praise benefit concert

The Rhett Walker Band will be among the Christian rock acts appearing at Paws and Praise, a benefit concert to help fund improvements for the Etowah County Animal Shelter. Read More

Gospel bluegrass concert set for Hokes Bluff

The Stable, a music park in Hokes Bluff, will present a Bluegrass Gospel Jubilee concert Sept. 21 featuring several acoustic gospel and bluegrass groups. Read More

Worship Guide for Sept. 13

A listing of upcoming local services, revivals, homecomings, singings and miscellaneous church-related activities in the area. Read More

Opinion More Opinion

OUR VIEW: ‘Drink Up’ campaign all wet?

In some underdeveloped parts of the world, people sometimes walk for hours to acquire clean drinking water. For most U.S. residents, we only have to walk a few feet. Yet, according to the Partnership for a Healthier America, we don’t drink… Read More

Obituaries More Obituaries

Blount, Betty Jean (Marbury)

Homegoing service for Betty Jean Marbury Blount will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Mission Baptist Church. The Rev. Grady E. Robinson Jr. will officiate. …..

Eisele, Valentine Donald

Valentine Donald Eisele, 87, Pell City, died Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Usrey Funeral …..

Ford, William S.

William S. Ford, 57, Gadsden, died Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013. He is survived by his family. Arrangements will be announced by Watson & Sons Funeral …..

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