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Photo by Jasmyne Ray.

Shelby County school system’s new superintendent, Lewis Brooks, was sworn in Jan. 3. Read more

Schools

The Molly Green shopping experience is unique in that shoppers have the option to have one of the stylists style them as they shop. Read more

Businesses

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Courtesy of Jeff and Kimberly Wilson.

While on vacation with their kids this past summer, Jeff and Kimberly Wilson came up with the idea for a business that would bring something new to the U.S. 280 and Greystone area. Read more

Businesses

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Much of what the city of Chelsea is today is credited to former Mayor Earl Niven. Read more

People/Places

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Photo by Jasmyne Ray.

The Citizen Observer Patrol is entering its 20th year of bolstering city safety efforts. Read more

People/Places

On Jan. 18, the city issued a press release announcing their plans to put the 10-year sewer system agreement to a vote at the council meeting. Read more

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The Alabama Wildlife Center will be hosting its annual “Wild About Chocolate” event Feb. 9 at The Harbert Center in Birmingham. Read more

People/Places

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Photo by Lexi Coon.

The BlackWatch Braveheart Challenge will return for its third year on Saturday, Feb. 16. Read more

People/Places

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Photo courtesy of Kim Estill.

Distinguished Young Women of Shelby County is now accepting applications for its class of 2020. Read more

People/Places

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Photo by Jasmyne Ray.

Their historic win will now take them to UCA’s National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando on Feb. 8. Read more

Chelsea Schools

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Photos by Kamp Fender.

Champion Latin and Ballroom dance studio has reopened in a new location and with a new name. Read more

Businesses

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Photo by Jasmyne Ray.

Louise Wilks Callen reached a milestone in January: her 100th birthday. Read more

People/Places

On Dec. 15, just six months after Nya’s passing, Coles hosted the first annual Jona’ Treasure Boutique. Read more

People/Places

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Rendering courtesy of ALDOT.

Shelby County had eight infrastructure projects scheduled to complete in 2018. Of those eight, six have been completed and two are nearing completion. Read more

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County Manager Alex Dudchock took a moment to acknowledge Winston Estes, who has worked as the county’s IT director for 30 years, as he prepares to retire. Read more

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AAI president and chief executive officer, Jim Page, broke down a number of facts about not just the state of Shelby County’s infrastructure, but the state of Alabama’s infrastructure as a whole. Read more

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Three Chelsea High School students, Elliot Gage, Katie Nail and Sarah Hyde, were present during the meeting to give their presentation for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Students of the Year competition. Read more

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The Shelby County school system recognized its top educators for the year at the annual Teachers of the Year ceremony Dec. 3 at Oak Mountain High School. Read more

Schools

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With more than 30 years of retail and real estate experience, it was only a matter of time before Sue Matthews and Linda Ford joined forces to start the Cahaba Lily South boutique at 5479 U.S. 280. Read more

Businesses

In addition to cutting and color services, The Hair Bar’s new location now has a massage therapist on staff and an aesthetician who provides skin care services. Read more

Businesses

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