Connor Towne O’Neill, a producer for National Public Radio (NPR) that recently worked on the “White Lies” podcast about the murder of Unitarian Rev. James Reeb in Selma in 1965, was inspired to pen his debut book after a chance encounter with supporters of monuments depicting Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest in Selma.
Brown Chapel AME Pastor Leodis Strong has once again thrown his name in the race to take the Ward 3 Seat on the Selma City Council. Strong will face off against Clay Carmichael, Stephen Brooks and Mead Walker for the position during the August 25 Municipal election.
Lyn Charmel always envisioned owning a hair boutique in her hometown. Charmel’s dream came true on the Fourth of July holiday with the grand opening of Ooh La Lyns Hair Extension boutique. “I’ve always had a passion to own my hair shop since I was a young girl,
Lyvonia Rivers-Towns and her husband, Roosevelt Towns Jr., officially opened LevelUp Gaming Arcade on Feb. 16 in the Selma Mall. The video game arcade selection of games range from Skee-ball, air hockey to a miniature basketball court. The arcade also ...
Journal boys’ individual honors. The Bears took half of the six individual honors. Morgan Academy grabbed two honors. Jared Edwards was named The Selma Times-Journal football player of the year. Arayvion Jones was The Selma Times-Journal basketball player of the year.