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Hazelwood’s Greenhouses & Nursery

A quarter century of growing nature’s beauty in St. Clair Story by Carol Pappas Photos by Susan Wall John Hazelwood squinted as a streak of sunlight parted cloudy skies above, accentuating the creases in his face – the unmistakable signature of a man whose earned them in a lifetime spent outdoors. It is outside at […]

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A new generation

Cooperative effort key to training skilled labor force Story by Graham Hadley Photos by Michael Callahan and Graham Hadley In this technological and professional age, it is easy for students — and parents and teachers — to focus heavily on high-profile skills involving computers, programming, electronics and web design or to place students on narrow […]

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Coyote Drive-In

Coming attractions: Drive-in, miniature golf heading to Leeds area Story by Graham Hadley and Carol Pappas Photos by Wallace Bromberg Jr. Artwork from Coyote Drive-In If you’re old enough to remember movie nights under the stars with plenty of popcorn devoured in the backseat of your parents’ car, prepare to reimagine those times as the […]

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Always There

Recognized as one of the top female-owned businesses Story by Graham Hadley For the past several years, one Pell City business that prides itself in making life easier for its clients has consistently received top marks in the Alabama business world. Always There In-Home Care, which specializes in providing medical care and assistance to people […]

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St. Vincent’s St. Clair: Four Years

No matter the measuring stick, there is no mistaking the impact of St. Vincent’s St. Clair inside and outside its doors over the past four years. Stories by Carol Pappas Photos by Wallace Bromberg Jr. and from the Discover Archives Replacing an aging building that had become obsolete by today’s medical standards, the new St. […]

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The place for Fresh Produce

Kerry Joe is the man to see Story by Sam Jackson Photos by Wallace Bromberg Jr. The first frost ushers in autumn, and the initial bloom means spring has arrived. But Pell City has a different kind of seasonal litmus test for summer: the opening of Kerry Joe Foster’s produce stand. Pell City Produce, located […]

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