Alabaster considering biodiesel program

Alabaster considering biodiesel program

Alabaster leaders are looking at the possibility of bringing a household grease recycling program to the city, which could be used to cut down on ... Read more

Man sentenced to life for killing infant son

A 26-year-old Montgomery man has been sentenced to life in prison after he pleaded guilty to slamming his 3-month-old son against the wall and onto ... Read more

Calera man faces crystal meth, firearms charges

A 47-year-old Calera man could face up to life in prison if he is convicted on several crystal methamphetamine and firearms-related charges in the Shelby ... Read more

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

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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