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Al.com
Helena teen charged with second-degree rape for 2nd time in 2 weeksof statutory rape could be required to register as a sex offender, depending on
Helena teen charged with second-degree rape for 2nd time in 2 weeks
Al.com / Posted yesterday
of statutory rape could be required to register as a sex offender, depending on the conviction and terms of sentencing. Alabaster police on June 18 arrested Woods on a second-degree rape charge involving a different victim. In that case,... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Spill shuts down 1 lane of I-65 NB in AlabasterAlabaster police are responding to a spill on I-65 northbound that has shut dow
Spill shuts down 1 lane of I-65 NB in Alabaster
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 12 days ago
Alabaster police are responding to a spill on I-65 northbound that has shut down the left lane on Thursday. Police said the spill happened near the 240 mile marker, about two miles north of the Promenade exit. The police department posted about the... Read more
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Alabaster Reporter
Pate running for Alabaster council Ward 7 seatagainst Ward 7 incumbent Tommy Ryals, who has served on the seat since 2000. P
Pate running for Alabaster council Ward 7 seat
Alabaster Reporter / Posted 19 days ago
against Ward 7 incumbent Tommy Ryals, who has served on the seat since 2000. Pate said she is a “strong supporter” of the Alabaster police and fire departments, and said she will support efforts to keep the city a safe place for families. Pate... Read more
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The Shelby County Reporter
Task Force commander talks drug trends in AlabasterBaptist Church on June 8. Through its public outreach program, the Drug Free C
Task Force commander talks drug trends in Alabaster
The Shelby County Reporter / Posted 19 days ago
Baptist Church on June 8. Through its public outreach program, the Drug Free Coalition, Alabaster Mayor Marty Handlon and Alabaster Police Chief Curtis Rigney visited the church to share current drug trends and ways to combat them. “Why do our... Read more

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