Sylacauga

Sylacauga

(sĭləkŏg`ə), city (1990 pop. 12,520), Talladega co., central Ala.; inc. 1839. It is a processing center for a livestock and timber area. The city is built upon a solid bed of cream-white marble, which has been quarried since 1840. Textiles, clothing, metal goods, fertilizers, and dairy items are also produced. Nearby is Flagg Mountain, which was a signal relay station during the Civil War.
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* Fort Williams Square, a 104,800 s/f grocery anchored retail property in Sylacauga, AL, sold $3,750,000.
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In Sylacauga, Alabama, she was left with a massive bruise after a meteorite crashed though the roof of her home, bounced off a radio and struck her on the hip.
The Project Participants include Dekalb-Cherokee Counties Gas District, Jackson Energy Authority, Marshall County Gas District, Southeast Alabama Gas District, Sylacauga Utilities Board, and Municipal Energy Acquisition Corporation (MEAC).
The principal asset acquired is the Coosa Graphite Project, which includes the Coosa Graphite mine located near Sylacauga, Alabama, 50 miles southeast of Birmingham.
"And at my age, it's probably the best thing to do." Nabors was born June 12, 1930, and grew up in Sylacauga, Alabama, where his father was a police officer.
"We don't want to wait until that summative or high-stakes test at the end of the year--that does not help us much in our instruction," says Carol Martin, the director of instruction and intervention at Sylacauga City Schools in Alabama.
A piece of a meteorite that fell in Sylacauga, Alabama in 1954 and hit a woman who was napping on her couch sold for $7,500 on Wednesday, (http://gizmodo.com/famous-meteorite-that-nailed-a-person-has-finally-been-1795096271?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_twitter&utm_source=gizmodo_twitter&utm_medium=socialflow) reports Gizmodo .
US-based real estate investment trust Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV, Inc has acquired the Iron Medical Office Building Portfolio, comprised of three medical office buildings located in the Birmingham suburbs of Cullman and Sylacauga, Alabama, the REIT said.
Hailing from Sylacauga, Alabama, Hodges survived with a bruise on her thigh and hip after a meteorite crashed through the ceiling of her home, as she was enjoying a siesta.
Daphne is president/CEO of the $101 million Heritage South Credit Union in Sylacauga, Ala., and the couple's son, Heath Harrell, serves as president/CEO of the $314 million Guardian CU in Montgomery, Ala.