March 16, 2006 RSS feed / Community

Women's club donates to library

The Southern Magnolia Women%27s Club recently donated $1,000 to the Grove Hill Public Library. The funds will be used to update the genealogy program utilized by library patrons. More...

Briggs a USAA winner

The United States Achievement Academy recently announced that Henry B. Briggs III of Grove Hill has been named a United States National Award Winner in foreign language. More...

First US Security Bank opens office in Columbiana

First United Security Bank is now open at a new location in Columbiana. The bank has been in Shelby County since 1998 serving the areas of Calera and Harpersville. More...

Selected to be People to People Ambassador

Kay Williamson, the 10-year-old daughter of Connie and Scott Williamson of Grove Hill has been selected as a People to People Student Ambassador. More...

Computer classes offered at Grove Hill Public Library

The Grove Public Library has acquired a grant to provide free adult computer classes. These classes will be conducted Mondays and Fridays beginning April 3. More...

Cards of Thanks & Memoriams

Helwestern Fire and Rescue would like to thank everyone in the Helwestern, Grove Hill and surrounding communities for their support during our car wash and fundraiser Saturday. More...

Bad weather sparks power outages

High winds were blamed for power outages and some minor damage to homes in the county last week. More...

Fulton keeps up with time

The Town of Fulton continued its revitalization efforts last week with the installation of a Fancy Street Light Company clock. "The Classic" is an 11 and 1/2 foot, two dial clock weighing approximately 271 pounds. More...

Old station built in '58 will be torn down soon

New convenience store will be built in its place

The Grove Hill BP gas station closed last week. It will be torn down and a new, bigger station built in its place. More...