• High-Speed Internet Access

    Internet

    When communities have access to high-speed Internet, they can unleash new economic opportunities that strengthen businesses, expand access to jobs, and revitalize downtowns.

     The City of Haleyville hopes to achieve this vision—and you’re invited to take part in the brainstorming process. Please join us on Tuesday, February 21, 2017, from 6-8 p.m. for a public meeting at the Haleyville City Hall.

     This meeting will strategize ways for the City of Haleyville residents, businesses, and regional partners to implement and make the most of your high-speed Internet access. Come provide input and share your ideas with City community leaders. Representatives from Smart Growth America—national experts in community development—will also be present to answer your questions and provide insight into success stories from around the country.

    Cool & Connected, a planning assistance program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Utilities Service, EPA’s Office of Sustainable Communities, and the Appalachian Regional Commission, helps small towns use broadband service to revitalize their main streets and promote economic development

  • State Championship Games Begin

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    Thursday night the Haleyville High Lady Lions basketball team won the Area Championship by defeating Winfield 43-40. The Lady Lions will continue their quest for the state championship by playing Dora tonight in a home game at the HHS gym. Tip-off is at 7 p.m. Tomorrow night, the HHS Lions Varsity Boys Basketball team will play Cordova at Cordova after losing to Fayette last Thursday night 59-43. Play-by-play of both games can be heard on Paradise 92.7 with Craig Wakefield and David Albright tonight and Tuesday night starting just before 7.

  • City Jobs Available

    POSITION AVAILABLE: Park & Recreation Concession Worker (Seasonal)

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Total hours cannot exceed 20 hours per week.  Must be flexible with a fluctuating work schedule.  Work hours are mostly nights and weekends.  Duties will include working ballgames, concessions, food prep, including grilling.  Janitorial maintenance involved. 

    Applications may be picked up at the Park & Recreation office at the Neighborhood Facility Building, 1205 10th Avenue, Haleyville, AL. For more information call Joel Sherrill at 205-486-3532. Closing date for accepting applications is February 17, 2017, at 5:00 P.M.   E.O.E. – A.D.O.

    POSITION AVAILABLE: Park & Recreation Grounds Keeper/Maintenance (Full-time position)

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Must be physically fit and able to perform strenuous work in all types of weather.  Must able to operate a lawnmower, weed eater, and other equipment as needed. Work hours may include weekend work. Must have a valid AL Driver’s License and be over 18 years of age.

    Applications may be picked up at the Park & Recreation office at the Neighborhood Facility Building, 1205 10th Avenue, Haleyville, AL. Call Joel Sherrill at 205-486-3532 for more information. Closing date for accepting applications is February 17, 2017, at 5:00 P.M.   E.O.E. – A.D.O.

  • Lions Defeat Winfield! Area Championship Thursday

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    The crowd cheered as the Haleyville Lions basketball team defeated Winfield 50-49 with a last second tip-in by Rob Richards. The win against Winfield and the Monday night win by the HHS Lady Lions over Hamilton means both teams will play for the area championship Thursday night in Winfield. Both games will be broadcast on Paradise 92.7 Thursday evening. Join Craig Wakefield with play-by-play of the girls game against Winfield. David Albright will follow bringing the full court action to your ears of the boys game against Fayette.  Both games are for the area championship. Air time on Paradise 92.7 will be just before 6 p.m. Thursday. You can listen to the broadcast at the game on your smartphone with the free Paradise 92.7 app from Apple or Android.

  • Haleyville City Council

    The Haleyville City Council met Monday and approved a request for quotes to purchase batting cage kits for 2 double softball cages at the new sports complex. These four batting cages will cost approximately $14,900. Advertising for paving of the parking lot, walking trail and entrance roads at the sports complex was also approved. Mayor Sunseri stated the opening date for the complex is April 1.

    The Council approved the Cassady Company, Inc to be the engineering consultant to provide professional engineering services for facilities development at the Haleyville Sports Complex.

    Jordan Egress, a seasonal employee of the Haleyville Park and Recreation Department was changed to regular part-time at $9.50 per hour. The City will be advertising for one full-time and two seasonal employees at the sports complex at a 10.50/hr and after a 90-day probation and a positive evaluation to $11/hr. Season employees pay scale is $9.50/hr.

    Because of a conflict with Judge Jonathan Lowe, a special city court will be held on February 16 with Judge Betsy Harrison.

    The February 20 Council meeting has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 23.

  • HHS Lady Lions Advance to Area Finals

    64The Haleyville Lady Lions defeated the Hamilton Aggies Monday night 57-47 in area tournament play in Winfield. The win advances the Lions to the area championship game Thursday at 6:30 p.m.  against Winfield at Winfield. The Haleyville Lions boys will play Winfield tonight in Winfield in the area semi-finals. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Listen to the play by play on Paradise 92.7 with David Albright and Craig Wakefield starting at 7:20 p.m.

  • House Fire

    SIDE ROOF

    Thursday morning Haleyville and several surrounding fire departments fought a four-alarm fire at a house on 13th Avenue in Haleyville for over an hour before subduing the flames. The house belonged to Simon and Christy Ann Foster. With Simon and Christy at their respective jobs and their two teenage children in school, no one was home mid-morning when smoke was first seen coming from the house. However. two dogs trapped in the house were lost but a pet snake survived. The snake was in a glass enclosure. The house suffered extensive fire, smoke and water damage and possibly considered a total loss. The house was formerly owned by Mrs. Rachel Gay and was located just across the street from the baseball field which was once the Ben Smith football field.