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Police Blotter for Feb. 17-23, 2014
Incident and arrest reports were provided by north Jefferson County police agencies for Feb. 17-23.
Arts for a cause: New Warrior library is embracing arts
The art community is getting on board with supporting the future Regional Library and Arts Center at Warrior.
NJN/am for Monday, March 3
It's Monday again – are the Oscars over yet?...
Alabama House bill would take stolen goods back from criminals
The Gardendale Police Department played a role in a bill that is working its way through the state legislature this session.
NJN/am for Friday, February 28
We hope it's a fantastic Friday for you...
The first step: Construction begins on initial segment of Northern Beltline
Residents won't see a huge amount of work just yet, but construction has officially begun on the first part of the Northern Beltline, a highway that will eventually run through most of northern Jefferson County from McCalla to Argo.
NJN/am for Thursday, February 27
Good Thursday morning to you...
Now what? Mt. Olive residents ponder what's next after compromise fails and annexation is rejected
After a contentious fight between Mt. Olive residents over the annexation issue, opponents of merging a large portion of the community into Gardendale are breathing a sigh of relief, while annexation supporters are left to ponder what happens next.
Update: Lowery, Phillips haggle over Fultondale Gas Board contract with Gardendale
Fultondale mayor Jim Lowery wants Gardendale residents to know one thing: Their natural gas service is not being cut off.
NJN/am for Wednesday, February 26
Break out the heavy coat for this cold Wednesday...
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