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Man pleads guilty to ramming cop cars during high-speed chase

A 44-year-old Alabaster man will spend the next three years on probation after he pleaded guilty to striking multiple Alabaster police vehicles during a 2012 ... Read more

Community garden looking for citizen involvement

Community garden looking for citizen involvement

Alabaster’s Manna Ministries has benefited greatly from the city’s community garden in Limestone Park, but the garden’s organizers are seeking help in making sure the ... Read more

Ernest McCarty opens renovated dealership

Ernest McCarty opens renovated dealership

In the decades Ernest McCarty Ford co-owner Lee McCarty has been working with the dealership, he said he has never had a feeling like he ... Read more

Alabaster housing market highest since 2008

Alabaster housing market highest since 2008

Alabaster issued more new home building permits in the first seven months of 2014 than it has for the past several years, but the number ... Read more

Teacher uses QR codes to drive lessons home

Teacher uses QR codes to drive lessons home

Students in Todd Davis’ seventh-grade pre-AP geography class at Thompson Middle School talked quietly on the morning of Aug. 21 as they huddled around smartphones ... Read more

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McKenzie continuing success at TMS

The new assistant choir director at Thompson Middle School is Lauren McKenzie. Born in Hope, Ark., McKenzie spent most of her childhood growing up in ... Read more