Haleyville

School and community join together to support fifth grader


The entire 5th grade class and faculty at Haleyville Elementary display a banner of support for Maddie Bishop.
HALEYVILLE - Haleyville City Schools, along with the entire community, is wrapping their loving arms and hearts around the struggles of 10-year-old Maddie Bishop--who found out in early April that she is battling stage 4 Ewing’s Sarcoma cancer that has spread into her lungs.

Double Springs wanting a change in water contract

HALEYVILLE - Where does your water come from? In most places in the county, it comes from either Bear Creek or Brushy Creek. Double Springs residents receive water from both places, purchasing water from Haleyville (Bear Creek) and Arley (Brushy Creek). Double Springs has had a contract with Haleyville to purchase water for nearly 41 years, which is now in renegotiations.

Marion/Winston Community Action considers merger


The Marion/Winston Community Action Agency discuss plans to merge with the Community Action Partnership of North Alabama. Shown from left are David McNutt, board chair person of MWCAA; Jeff Fleming, executive director of MWCAA and Tim Thrasher, CEO of CAPNA.
HALEYVILLE - Over the past several months, Marion/Winston Community Action Agency - which helps low-income families with heating and cooling costs, among other things -, has been considering a merger with either Community Service Programs of West Alabama or Community Action Partnership of North Alabama.