[PHOTOS] Sylacauga inventions: which could you live without?

SYLACAUGA, Ala. - Do you take clothespins, your toothbrush, your mom's ironing board, your morning syrup pitcher, fire hydrants, boat rowing and steering systems, a fishing lure, your car's tire pressure monitor, automatic train switches, and even your neighbor's cool fallout shelter for granted? Seriously. Think... Read More.

[PHOTOS] Postcards tell part of Sylacauga’s History

SYLACAUGA, Ala. - From the late 19th century through the mid-20th century, people shared their travel adventures with friends, family, and relatives by mail and often by postcard. In the simpler days of no instant electronic connections, other than perhaps expensive metered telephone calls,... Read More.

A red-headed woodpecker in Marble City Cemetery

SYLACAUGA, Ala. – Bob Green had been looking forward to a day like today for years. He often visits Sylacauga’s Marble City Cemetery, which officially opened in 1898 -– not just because he is a passionate about the history and a long-time member of the... Read More.