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Alabaster rolls out new police Tahoes

Alabaster rolls out new police Tahoes

Drivers in Alabaster likely have noticed much larger vehicles bearing the name “Alabaster Police” than usual over the past few weeks, as the department recently ... Read more

ACS offering free meals to kids this summer

ACS offering free meals to kids this summer

Alabaster’s Meadow View Elementary School will work to feed hungry kids for free this summer through the city’s first federally funded summer feeding program. Read more

Food, free health screenings highlight April 26 event

Alabaster’s First Presbyterian Church will be looking to show its love for Alabaster during a free April 26 community event at the church off Alabama ... Read more

Rodney Atkins headlining 2014 Alabaster CityFest

Rodney Atkins headlining 2014 Alabaster CityFest

Country music star Rodney Atkins will headline the 12th annual Alabaster CityFest on June 7, event organizers announced on April 17. Read more

Alabaster seeks to dismiss lawsuit against city

Alabaster seeks to dismiss lawsuit against city

Attorneys for the city of Alabaster have asked a federal court to drop a lawsuit brought against the city by a developer claiming a 2011 ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Sentencing delayed for attempted cop killer convict
  2. Former DHR employee pleads not guilty to sex charges
  3. Alabaster BOE extends superintendent’s contract
  4. Alabaster removing ‘eyesore’ near Waffle House
  5. Alabaster BOE OKs turf field, stadium upgrades
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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