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Public hearing on sales tax proposal

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The public hearing took place following the city council meeting, allowing people the opportunity to voice their opinions on the proposed one cent sales tax Read more

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Residents will have a chance for their voices to be heard, for or against this proposal, at the upcoming city council meeting on July 16, at 6 p.m. at City Hall. Read more

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Shelby Chamber Small Business Award Winners

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The five winners for Shelby Chamber Business of the Year spoke at the Chamber's Connection Luncheon on July 11. Read more

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The commission approved several resolutions during a brief meeting on July 8. Read more

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If approved, the proposed one cent sales tax increase could generate $1.5 million per year for Chelsea schools. Read more

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The luncheon, presented by the Chamber's Tourism and Recreation Group, focused on the economic impact throughout Shelby County. Read more

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Scroggins was named Alex Dudchock's successor upon his retirement in March 2020. Read more

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Chelsea Park Elementary celebrated the Alabama Bicentennial with a birthday celebration for the state on May 21. Read more

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Visitors at Oak Mountain State Park can enjoy an early Independence Day celebration at the sixth annual Fire on the Water on Wednesday, July 3. Read more

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On Saturday mornings at Teshua Farms, visitors can enjoy the strength and stretching of yoga with the adorable addition of baby Nigerian Dwarf goats. Read more

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The appropriately named Hotter ‘n Hell trail race will return to Oak Mountain State Park for its seventh year on Saturday, July 13. Read more

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After moving to Birmingham from Texas in 1999, Matta opened the Pita Hut as a sandwich shop in 2005 in Greystone, where he stayed for eight years. In 2013, he moved the location to Chelsea, where he’s been ever since. Read more

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Chelsea Baptist Church is settling into their new location. Read more

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In April, the Chelsea City Council voted to approve a contract to purchase 12.2 acres of land from Honea Properties with the intent of building a new business park. Combined with property the city already owned, the space will total around 15 acres. Read more

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He spent several years working for and learning from some of Birmingham’s top chefs before deciding it was time to be his own boss. Read more

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The Church at Brook Hills is expanding its mission — both locally and globally — with its Roots & Reach initiative. The project, which has been in the works since fall 2016, is gearing up to start this month. Read more

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Compact 2020’s community prevention team recently introduced a new countywide initiative: The Family Friendly Vendor program. Read more

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However, looking back over his tenure with the county, his coworkers say it’s almost impossible to encompass all the things he has done to make Shelby County a success. Read more

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The Chelsea Fire & Rescue Department received a special delivery on April 16 when their new truck arrived. Read more

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The leaders from the 14 municipalities throughout the county have formed close bonds to support each other toward success. Read more

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