Federal jury convicts Haleyville couple for transporting illegal aliens, money laundering

BIRMINGHAM - A federal jury convicted a husband and wife Tuesday, Oct. 12, for transporting illegal aliens to provide labor for a local chicken plant, announced U.S. Attorney Prim F. Escalona and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent-in-Charge Katrina W. Berger.

Haleyville City Schools partners with local grocers to shore up food supply amid nationwide shortages

Emma Anne Hallman, director of the child nutrition program at Haleyville City Schools, shows the three rented coolers that are being used to store perishable items for each school on campus.
HALEYVILLE - Educators are fearing that food shortages at school cafeterias, caused by a lack of workers in distribution warehouses and truck drivers transporting goods, may only be the beginning, with the worst yet to come.

HHS students join forces to “Conserve Our Heritage”

Pictured above are Haleyville High School SGA and DECA officers who have planned to “Conserve Our Heritage” through an ongoing community project, along with their sponsor, Neina Middleton, Haleyville Mayor Ken Sunseri and Street Department Assistant Superintendent Chris Saylor. Front row, l-r: Evelyn Kate Carroll, Kaitlyn Burleson, Macy Seymour, LIly Tinch, Emma Parson, Audrey Sibley and Anna Kate Bice. Back row, l-r: Saylor, Cade Burleson, Middleton, Brody Gravitt, Gavin West, Whitt Sutherland, Mac Wil
HALEYVILLE - Living in a city with such a rich heritage, students at Haleyville High School are joining forces to begin a project to help the city’s appearance live up to its heritage.