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TSGC students faced with a choice

TSGC students faced with a choice

A group of Thompson Sixth Grade Center students gasped as Lynn Smelley pulled back a black curtain revealing a cinderblock-lined dull grey prison cell on ... Read more

MVES awarded as one of safest schools in state

MVES awarded as one of safest schools in state

When Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange walked into Alabaster’s Meadow View Elementary School on Oct. 22, he didn’t want to be treated differently than any ... Read more

THS senior donates to special-needs students

THS senior donates to special-needs students

For Thompson High School senior Katelin Molan, few things match the joy she receives while working with her special-needs peers in the Alabaster City School ... Read more

Alabaster’s Buck Creek Festival is Oct. 25

Alabaster’s Buck Creek Festival is Oct. 25

Alabaster will host its sixth annual Fall Fest on Buck Creek Trail on Oct. 25 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Read more

Alabaster named ‘Best city for conservatives’

Alabaster named ‘Best city for conservatives’

A national website has named Alabaster as the “Best city for conservatives” in the nation, citing the city’s “commitment to being fiscally conservative” and its ... Read more

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Sandra Says

Hale here for the long haul

A wide variety of jobs, education and interests can be connected to Chirstina Hale, owner of Chilly Balls Shaved Ice on Alabama 119 south across ... Read more