Finding a new normal

On Nov. 14, 2010, Galloway was diagnosed with stage 2B breast cancer, meaning the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes. more »

Sep 22, 2014 People/Places

Photo courtesy of Hoover City Schools Foundation.

Applications open for Hoover City Schools Foundation Student Board

The foundation is seeking Hoover High School and Spain Park High School students to serve as ambassadors of the organization. more »

Sep 30, 2014 News

More than a set of walls

Westminster School at Oak Mountain designs building for classical learning style. more »

Sep 22, 2014 People/Places

Trader Joe's offers about 3000 items under the Trader Joe’s private label, which includes Trader José's salsas, Trader Ming’s fried rice and Trader Giotto’s marinara sauces

Photo courtesy of Alison Mochizuki.

Trader Joe's to open at The Summit

Trader Joe's, a specialty grocery store that offers foreign and everyday food and beverages, signed a lease to open its first Alabama store at The Summit in the second half of 2015. more »

Sep 17, 2014 News 1 Comments

Funding comfort

Project Night Night will hold fundraisers throughout the fall. more »

Sep 22, 2014 People/Places

Jonathan Sweatt will play John Seward, the owner of an insane asylum, in the Virginia Samford Theatre’s production of Dracula.

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Sweatt.

Back in the act

Actor Jonathan Sweatt shares his story of returning to the stage more »

Sep 22, 2014 People/Places

Booths at the luncheon were all community based such as one promoting The Taste of Pelham.

Photo by Jessa Pease.

Funding community projects

The Community Foundation’s president and CEO, Christopher Nanni, spoke about their various projects during the Greater Shelby County Chamber of Commerce luncheon Aug. 27. more »

Sep 22, 2014 News

Taziki’s owner Keith Richards invited the students from the HOPE program to stand on stage with him while he addressed the chamber.

Photo by Jessa Pease.

All about the herbs

Restaurant owner Keith Richards discussed how partnership with Shelby County Schools and how the HOPE program came about at the South Shelby Chamber of Commerce luncheon Sept. 4. more »

Sep 22, 2014 News

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