By Sarrah Peters
Author Ron Miller will be available for book signings during April’s First Friday, April 3, at The Little Faces Doll Shop on Broad Street in downtown Gadsden from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Miller, who lives in Anniston, taught high school history and English at Anniston High School. He worked in administration and was principal forRead more »
By Sarrah Peters
Southside Senior Taylor Clough, 18, wrote and published her first book The Perfect Match last month.
“I wanted to tell my story,” said Taylor.
When Taylor Clough was only 12, she got some devastating news. Her little brother, Ben, was diagnosed with leukemia at only 9 years old.
To help her brother and best friend fightRead more »
On Thursday, March 19, the Alabama Senate passed House Bill 59, the Alabama Reinvestment and Abatements Act, sponsored by Sen. Phil Williams (R-Rainbow City) and Rep. Paul Lee (R-Dothan). HB59 now heads to the governor for his signature.
HB59 will encourage the growth of existing businesses by creating capital reinvestment incentives for Alabama companies that will result in moreRead more »
As Easter approaches we experience the human Jesus dying on the cross and becoming the Christ we all worship. He came as God’s Word and confirmed for us what God has always been like through His Love and Grace. The life, death and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, establishes a connection that we sometimes don’t knowRead more »
With origins dating back 2,300 years, dragon boat racing is the most fun, unique cultural event featuring adrenaline-pumping action. Teams race in 46-foot long Hong Kong-style dragon boats adorned with decorative dragonheads and tails, with 20 paddlers, a drummer and steerer navigating a racecourse at speeds of 10-15 mph. Dragon boat racing is the 8th fastest growing sport inRead more »