Sandy poses a serious threat to a large area along the East Coast, and forecasters say the time to prepare is now.
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Dr. Angelia Elliott’s journey to success
Angelia Elliott has worked as a primary physician at Cullman Primary Care for nearly 13 years, and the process to get the “M.D.” after her name was not an easy one.
Cantanti della donna to celebration ‘The Wizard of Oz’
The Wizard of Oz is coming to Cullman in the form of choral music provided by Cantanti della donna. The name comes from the Italian translation “women who sing."
The Times' Morning Update for Monday, April 21, 2014
Good morning, readers, take a look at what’s going on today:
Tour of Homes to benefit Hospice of Cullman County
This year’s Share Club Tour of Homes promises to be interesting on several different levels.
City eyeing 1st-ever food truck ordinance
From his perch in south Cullman at the corner of Lowe’s parking lot, Duane Coucke has spent the past year carving out his own niche in the burgeoning local food truck business.
Negative attacks heating up in state representative races
State representative races are heating up this month, with Cullman County residents receiving campaign mail-outs attacking incumbent District 9 Rep. Ed Henry and District 12 candidate Corey Harbison.
Former Cullman resident killed in accident today
A former Cullman resident was killed Saturday morning when the motorcycle he was driving slammed into the back of a pickup truck on U.S. Highway 278 East. A passenger on the motorcycle was injured and taken to Huntsville Hospital.
School grappling with massive Good Hope band growth
With the band more than doubling in size over the past four years, Good Hope High School is dealing with what principal Anita Kilpatrick calls “a great problem to have.” But, it’s still a problem.
2 Cullman men arrested in Garden City cemetery on drug charges
Two Cullman men were arrested in a Garden City cemetery after 28 plastic baggies allegedly filled with marijuana, methampheatmine, and crystal ice were found in their vehicle.
WSCC singers to pay tribute to the Beatles
It’s been 50 years since the Beatles made the leap from across the pond to shake up the music scene in America. Their influence is still being felt today and will on display as the Wallace State Singers present “Revolution: A Musical Celebration of the Beatles.”
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