Phase one of pool done; vandals strike

Phase one of pool done; vandals strike

More work will have to be completed at the Dinkins Pool before it reopens next spring, after vandals broke in and damaged the showerheads last ... Read more | comments

Latest news

Police seek fugitive in Sunday shooting

A Selma man has been labeled as a wanted fugitive after allegedly shooting into a business near the 1100 block of Alabama Avenue early Sunday. ... Read more | comments

  1. Payments of $1M owed city schools delayed by state  | comments
  2. Valley Grande approves increase for city retirees  | comments
  3. Denean, Sanders join STJ’s staff  | comments

More News

Final touches being prepared for Fair

It’s that time of year again. Football is back, the air is starting to cool, and it’s almost time for the Central Alabama Fair. Read more | comments

IRS warns of more scams

The IRS continues to warn the public to be alert for telephone scams. The callers often claim to be with the IRS and usually demand ... Read more | comments

Speed left a lasting legacy

Speed left a lasting legacy

Dr. Bryant Speed dedicated more than four decades to correcting his patients’ teeth, but it was his kind-hearted ways that left everyone around him smiling. ... Read more | comments

Jewish community invites others to High Holy Days

Jewish community invites others to High Holy Days

It’s acting Rabbi Steve Grossman’s hope that when the Jewish community comes together to celebrate High Holy Days, several people from the general public will ... Read more | comments

  1. Retailers have big plans for this year’s shopping season  | comments
  2. Selma native named chief resident at UAB  | comments
  3. BBQ on the Green tickets remain  | comments
  4. Doctors urge caution as mystery virus arrives  | comments
  5. Phoenix Alternative Program set for transformation into brand new Hope Academy  | comments
  6. New YMCA Leaders Club has big plans  | comments
  7. Troopers: Seat belts not in use in fatal accident  | comments
  8. City still seeking theme ideas for annual Christmas Parade  | comments
  9. Vandals strike cars at hotel  | comments
  10. Weather plays havoc with high school football games  | comments
  11. Lamar’s great service recognized  | comments
  12. Dallas County School Board passes budget they know doesn’t meet state standards  | comments
  13. Father returned to S.C. to face murder charges  | comments
  14. Venter to mark another anniversary on the air  | comments
  15. Links, city to honor Allen at walk-a-thon  | comments
  16. More details emerge about father charged with killing children  | comments

Sports

R.B. Hudson runs past mistake-prone Ellwood

R.B. Hudson runs past mistake-prone Ellwood

Ellwood Christian’s Derrick Dixon ran the opening kickoff of Tuesday’s junior varsity football game versus R.B. Hudson back for a touchdown, giving the Eagles a ... Read more | comments

  1. Former Auburn great Banks speaks at QB Club  | comments
  2. CCA scores 27 points in fourth to defeat Point  | comments
  3. Selma loses heartbreaker to Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa  | comments

Editorial

Tough calls are just part of the business

For those who sat through the rain at an area high school football game Friday evening in Dallas County, you now know the value of ... Read more | comments

Columns and Opinion

Violence against women will not stand

This weekend, policymakers in Washington celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Violence Against Women Act, which made ending rape and domestic violence a national priority. ... Read more | comments

Letters to the Editor

ADEM has a large responsibility

Dear editor, The Selma Times-Journal, recently did a fine of job in the story, “Uniontown Landfill Being Investigated by the EPA,” reporting on the U.S. Environmental ... Read more | comments


Health & Fitness

Speed left a lasting legacy

Speed left a lasting legacy

Dr. Bryant Speed dedicated more than four decades to correcting his patients’ teeth, but it was his kind-hearted ways that left everyone around him smiling. ... Read more | comments

Education

Honda Lock, Times-Journal chip in for CCA team

Honda Lock, Times-Journal chip in for CCA team

The team representing Concordia College-Alabama in the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge, entering their second year of competition, received some corporate support that should help “signal” ... Read more | comments

Business

Retailers have big plans for this year’s shopping season

Retailers have big plans for this year’s shopping season

It may be hard to believe, but it’s already time to get ready for the holiday season. Gearing up for the season is just what some ... Read more | comments

Faith & Family

Jewish community invites others to High Holy Days

Jewish community invites others to High Holy Days

It’s acting Rabbi Steve Grossman’s hope that when the Jewish community comes together to celebrate High Holy Days, several people from the general public will ... Read more | comments