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Alabaster pursuing grant for multipurpose facility

Alabaster pursuing grant for multipurpose facility

Alabaster leaders are preparing to apply for a Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham grant to help build more room for the city’s youth sports leagues ... Read more

Alabaster OKs lease extension with city schools

Alabaster OKs lease extension with city schools

The Alabaster Board of Education will have a home at Alabaster City Hall until it moves into the current Thompson Intermediate School building after the ... Read more

Alabaster repairing library roof leak

Alabaster repairing library roof leak

Visitors to Alabaster’s Albert L. Scott Public Library soon will no longer have to worry about roof leaks during inclement weather, as the City Council ... Read more

Aaron’s Staff hosts Third Annual Gala fundraiser

Aaron’s Staff hosts Third Annual Gala fundraiser

Join Alabaster-based nonprofit organization, Aaron’s Staff, for the Third Annual Gala fundraiser on Nov. 1 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Family Life ... Read more

Alabaster Aldi opening before end of year, hiring workers Nov. 3

Alabaster Aldi opening before end of year, hiring workers Nov. 3

Alabaster’s newest grocery store is planning to open its doors in the next couple of months, and will hold a hiring event on Nov. 3 ... Read more

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  1. Thompson Road widening likely beginning in spring
  2. Man facing sex-related felonies fired from police job
  3. TMS students organize fun day for special-needs peers
  4. Kingwood volleyball comes up short at state
  5. City looking to demolish overgrown church
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Sandra Says

Jackson ensures kids eat healthy

The week of Oct. 12-16 was National School Lunch Week. This year’s slogan was “get in the game with school lunch.” As parents, grandparents and caregivers, ... Read more