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Bachus slams socialized health care during Alabaster visit

Bachus slams socialized health care during Alabaster visit

Rep. Spencer Bachus, who is retiring at the end of this term, discussed medical issues with hospital administrators and Shelby delegation members during a roundtable ... Read more

KCS students take slew of district art awards

KCS students take slew of district art awards

Fifteen pieces of art created by Kingwood Christian School students will be on display at a state art show in the Faulkner University gymnasium on ... Read more

Kids First celebrates 15 years in Alabaster

Kids First celebrates 15 years in Alabaster

For Kids First Awareness Learning Center Executive Director Cindy Hawkins, few things have symbolized Alabaster’s community spirit than the center’s 15th family block party. Read more

Want to fly in a 1920s plane? Here’s your chance

Want to fly in a 1920s plane? Here’s your chance

For the second time in four years, the Shelby County Airport will welcome a piece of aviation history in mid-May, and you can take a ... Read more

Warrant: Woman smoked pot while pregnant

A 20-year-old Alabaster woman is being held in the Shelby County Jail on a felony child endangerment charge after she was arrested by the Alabaster ... Read more

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Easter bunnies come to Alabaster

At 1733 Butler Road in Alabaster, across from the fire station near Lee Lane you can find 26 baby rabbits and five adult rabbits. Read more