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On Thursday July 26, 2018, Alan Thomas, former Gardendale High School English teacher, presented a one- man exhibit of his paintings at the Gardendale Martha Moore Library sponsored by the Gardendale Arts Council.

Moe's Southwest Grill opened the doors to its newest location on Thursday. The store, which is next door to T. J. Maxx at 655 Fieldstown Road, in Gardendale, will be open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. The restaurant featured a number of grand opening specials, including free burritos for a year f…

CORNER­—The Corner High School greenhouse has opened for the season, offering bedding plants, vegetables, herbs, ferns and hanging baskets to the public, much as they have since the 1940s.

As snow blanketed north Jefferson County, shutting down schools and businesses, many local kids, adults and pets bundled up to play outside. 

Merry Market 2017, benefitting Just Keep Smiling, is open at the Gardendale Civic Center until 6 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m.  to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is $5. 

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Few people have a chance to touch the lives of thousands of people in all 50 states and five foreign countries, but Corinne Phillips has done just that.

Richard Lee Raybon and Bertha Helen Garst were married at the bride’s home in Gardendale on Nov. 28, 1942. They have two children, six grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. They have been blessed with good health until recently, but continue to live in their home with the aid of very sp…

L.L. “Buck” and Katie Jones are celebrating their 75th wedding anniversary on Aug. 3, 2015.  Buck and Katie are from Gardendale and retired from ACE Fence Company in 1983 and moved to Smith Lake in Crane Hill. Buck and Katie are adored by many family and friends. They give thanks to the Lord…

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