Friendship and community spirit on the mind of Alabaster diners

September 26, 2017 by  

A new local friendship club is helping people to meet and socialize with others in the community.

Alabaster residents [Read more]

Alabaster resident represents continent in music competition

August 10, 2017 by  

An assistant band director from Thompson High School was one of only 18 conductors to make it to the finals held in Kerkrade, Netherlands.

Following a successful performance at the [Read more]

Alabaster law enforcement officers celebrated

July 5, 2017 by  

A June 22 ceremony recognized the hard work of Alabaster’s law enforcers.

Held at Buck Creek Pizza and Wings, the [Read more]

Kindness “rocks” the community of Alabaster

June 6, 2017 by  

Two Alabaster residents are encouraging everyone to take part in their kindness project.

The Alabaster and Surrounding Communities Rock Kindness Project was the brainchild of [Read more]

Alabaster sisters open lemonade stand with a cause

April 9, 2017 by  

Summer and Grace Cepukenas of Alabaster proved that community spirit and volunteerism are strong in the hearts of today’s youth with their special fundraiser for the local fire department.

The 13- and 11-year-old siblings established a [Read more]

Local married couple working to preserve Alabaster’s past

March 10, 2017 by  

Bobby Joe and Diane Seales are currently working on a pictorial history book of Alabaster and Siluria, dating from 1880 through the 1970s.

A reminder of the importance of [Read more]

Cost of buying a car driven down in Shelby County

February 4, 2017 by  

Attention auto dealerships in Alabaster and beyond might want to break out the banners and advertising circulars, as an automotive website has named Shelby County as the most affordable place in Alabama to purchase a vehicle.

Autolist.com reviewed holiday sales and [Read more]

Alabaster teacher nominated for global award

January 3, 2017 by  

It is time for Alabaster school administrators to print up some banners and posters to draw attention to the quality educational staff their school district employs. Brian Copes, a teacher from [Read more]

Planning for the 2017 CityFest in Alabaster already underway

December 15, 2016 by  

Alabaster is a city that is serious about art and music, and its annual CityFest is something that allows residents to display this proudly to the world. Organizers are already busy planning the 15th annual CityFest that [Read more]

New food truck regulations on council’s menu

November 8, 2016 by  

Food truck owners may want to invest in some new flyers and banners if the town council passes the ordinance currently being discussed.

The ordinance is an effort to [Read more]

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