Haleyville

School nurses to serve as 9-1-1 Festival/Alumni Parade grand marshals


Haleyville City Schools Nurses, from l-r: Jamie Tucker, Cindy Defoor and Paige Hooker, will serve as the grand marshals for this year’s 9-1-1 Festival/Alumni Parade. (Courtesy photo)
HALEYVILLE - Those on the front lines at Haleyville City Schools--who are being hailed among the many heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic--will be featured as grand marshals of this year’s 9-1-1 Festival/Haleyville High School Alumni parade on Saturday, June 5.

Construction well underway for Haleyville downtown park


Workers place cinder blocks to build the stage area at the pocket park after the perimeter walls have been completed.
HALEYVILLE - As the City of Haleyville’s 9-1-1 Festival draws closer, the public is taking notice of development at the downtown pocket park located on Main Street, that will have limited usage but will be open for the public during the festival scheduled for June 4-5.

Special box serves as blessing


Bob and Pam Masdon, residents of 9th Avenue in Haleyville, are hoping the blessing box set up in their front yard will become a trend in the area, where people take necessary items they need and give items back to replenish the box.
HALEYVILLE - Bob and Pam Masdon have opened up their hearts to help others with a blessing box, and are hoping this will become a pay-it forward experience throughout the entire community.