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    Cullman Council gets earful on rezoning of Morningside property, approves Rock the South permit

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman City Council Monday night took up two of the more controversial topics it has faced in years:  the proposed rezoning of property along Morningside Drive off Main Avenue, and Rock the South. Morningside rezoning plan The council held a public hearing...

    Cullman Commission honors state champion Lady Eagles

    CULLMAN, Ala. - The 2019 2A State Champion Cold Springs Lady Eagles basketball team was honored Tuesday morning by the Cullman County Commission. Wearing their royal blue state champion T-shirts, the young women, along with head coach Tammy West, listened as the official proclamation...

    Jacobs proclaims April Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Month in Cullman

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs this week officially proclaimed the month of April 2019 “Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Month” in the city of Cullman. On hand to accept the proclamation from Cullman Caring for Kids were Executive Director Javon Daniel and...

    Holly Pond neutral on ‘Project X’; April 1 council notes

    HOLLY POND, Ala. - The Holly Pond Town Council on Monday night fielded questions about the Cullman County Board of Education’s “Project X,” the multi-use sports and event venue slated to be located in Cullman, on Alabama Highway 157 near its intersection with I-65,...

    Cullman Planning Commission: Rock the South conditional use permit approved; concerns raised over further development at Heritage Village

    CULLMAN, Ala. - On Monday evening, the City of Cullman Planning Commission approved a conditional use permit for Rock the South (RTS) to use its proposed new location at the intersection of County Roads 469 and 436 on May 31 and June 1, contingent...

    Baileyton adopts resolution opposing ‘Project X,’ CCBOE’s multi-use sports complex

    BAILEYTON, Ala. - The Baileyton Town Council on Monday night adopted a resolution officially opposing the Cullman County Board of Education's (CCBOE) "Project X," the multi-use sports complex set to be built near Alabama Highway 157 and Interstate 65. The new county half-cent sales...

    Jacobs proclaims April Sexual Assault Awareness Month in Cullman

    CULLMAN, Ala. - Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs on Monday officially proclaimed the month of April “Sexual Assault Awareness Month” (SAAM) in the city of Cullman. On hand to accept the proclamation from Jacobs were the following representatives of Victim Services of Cullman, Inc.: Carol...

    Hanceville approves rezoning for garden homes

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. - The Hanceville City Council held public hearings Thursday night regarding two zoning ordinances. The first ordinance, 623, addressed the R1 zoning of the Michael Chandler property on Alabama Highway 91. With no one bringing forth concerns or opposition, the ordinance was passed.  The...

    (Updated) ‘Let’s get real; let’s fix real problems first’

    Hanceville Mayor Pro-Tem Jim Sawyer and City Clerk Tania Wilcox watch as Councilman Jimmie Nuss signs a resolution at Thursday night’s Hanceville City Council meeting. The council passed the resolution to notify the Cullman County Board of Education (CCBOE), Superintendent Dr. Shane Barnette and...

    Hanceville Council comes out in opposition of CCBOE’s proposed multi-use sports complex

    HANCEVILLE, Ala. -  The Hanceville City Council on Thursday night adopted a resolution to notify the Cullman County Board of Education (CCBOE), Superintendent Dr. Shane Barnette and Hanceville Board Member Kenny Brockman that the City of Hanceville is against the construction of the multi-use...

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