Flashback to Sylacauga in 1943: “When Work is Done”

SYLACAUGA, Ala. -- The Office of War Information was created during World War II as part of the U.S. government's Victory Program. Its mission: to enhance public understanding of the war at home and abroad; coordinate government information activities; and handle liaison with the... Read More.

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 modern car's low tire pressure monitor, automatic train switches, and even your neighbor's cool fallout shelter... 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.