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Could substance bring heroin overdose victims ‘back from the dead?’

Could substance bring heroin overdose victims ‘back from the dead?’

Some local leaders are looking at the possibility of equipping Alabama law enforcement officials with a substance touted as a “miracle” for saving heroin overdose ... Read more

Alabaster school financial officer moving on, replacement named

Alabaster school financial officer moving on, replacement named

Outgoing Alabaster Chief School Financial Officer Sarita Tapscott admitted her financial update to the city’s Board of Education on July 14 brought her mixed emotions. Read more

Alabaster woman charged with Medicaid fraud

A 34-year-old Alabaster woman is being held in the Shelby County Jail on bonds totaling $15,000 after she allegedly obtained more than $5,000 in fraudulent ... Read more

Siluria Baptist welcomes new pastor

Siluria Baptist welcomes new pastor

As a native of the Ensley area, new Siluria Baptist Church Pastor Dr. Michael Brooks frequently jokes with his congregation about moving “down south” a ... Read more

What’s next for the old YMCA?

What’s next for the old YMCA?

Alabaster leaders are weighing options on the city’s former YMCA building next to the Senior Center, but have no immediate plans to address the property. Read more

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  1. Alabaster council changing meeting schedule
  2. Homeowner repairs dilapidated Alabaster house
  3. Alabaster looking to develop along Highway 119
  4. Alabaster schools rewarding kids for good behavior
  5. Officers use TMS to train for the worst
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Whitleys are THS oriented

Starting baton lessons from Tammy Festavan as a fourth grader, Misty Whitley was set on her goal to become a high school majorette. Read more