The Mortimer Jordan High School Marching Band is known as the Blue Machine. The 125-member band is under the direction of Craig Cagle and working its way through all the adversity of 2020 to put on a show that is special to the fans in the stands.
Emergency Management agencies across the state have been preparing for Hurricane Sally for several days now, and the Jefferson County EMA wants to make sure you’re ready for whatever Hurricane Sally may bring.
Sarah Collins Rudolph was just 12 years old when that bombing took place, but she remembers that day vividly, referring to herself as “Birmingham’s Fifth Girl.” She has spent her entire life healing from those physical and emotional scars.
The new superintendent at Homewood City Schools says his top priority is getting students, families, and staff to other side of this pandemic this school year while ensuring both safety and a quality education.
Schools in Locust Fork will move to online instruction for the rest of this week after multiple folks either tested positive for COVID or are required to quarantine because they came in contact with someone who tested positive.
A change.org petition to keep Hoover City Schools on a staggered schedule is circulating. This comes as the district announced Monday that it will transition to 5-day a week instruction for traditional students.
The Oak Mountain High School Spirit of the Cahaba Marching Band is made up of 205 members, but its foundation rides the experience of 43 seniors. Kevin Ownby directs the Spirit of the Cahaba performs this fall on the gridiron during halftime of games with a theme called, "New York State of Mind."