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Tuscaloosa Extends a Warm Welcome to Schorndorf Delegates

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Special to the Star Tuscaloosa, AL - On Friday, October 13, the vibrant city of Tuscaloosa opened its arms to over 50 student delegates and...

32nd Annual Tannehill Halloween Fairyland

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Special to the Star  The 32nd annual Tannehill Halloween Fairyland is set to take place on October 28th at Tannehill Historic State Park. Here's some...

Southern Styles

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By Donald Jay Howton 2nd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Brunch Truly Matters       The month of October has been National Breast Cancer Awareness Month for...

Hoover Council hears concerns on Sulphur Springs property

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By Nathan Prewett   HOOVER – A meeting of the Hoover City Council on Monday, Oct. 2 was devoted largely to discussing a property on Sulphur...

Survivors of the Great Battle & Those Giving Great Support

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 By Robert Burgins, Jr.  This past Sunday True Worship celebrated cancer survivors within the community. As we all know, the month of October is...

Hoover Public Library Turns 40

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With five major expansions, numerous awards and nearly 500-thousand visitors a year, the Hoover Public Library (HPL) is poised to celebrate its 40th birthday...

Capt. Michael Baygents Graduates from FBI National Academy

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We're proud to announce that Capt. Michael Baygents has graduated from the FBI National Academy's 287th session.   The graduation ceremony took place at the National...

Southern Styles

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By Donald Jay Howton Hueytown Couples Enjoy Eight-Day Alaskan Cruise For many an Alaskan cruise is a once in a lifetime experience. A cruise to the...

Inside the Statehouse: It’s Official – Alabama will have new Congressional Districts

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By Steve Flowers It’s official and final, Alabama will elect our seven member congressional delegation under new lines next year.  The federal court has spoken....

Gov. Ivey Proclaims National Hunting and Fishing Day

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By Donald Jay Howton We all will agree that outdoor activities and general recreation is a favorite pastime for most Alabamians. Last Thursday, September 21 Governor...