Cahaba Heights United Methodist Church


Staff photo.

Several churches in the Vestavia Hills area will once again host fall festivals and trunk-or-treats this Halloween season, offering families an opportunity to enjoy the fall weather with their children for some trick-or-treating alternatives. Read more


The fascination of seeing the sheer beauty of individual stones, Wild said, is one of the biggest reasons people join the Alabama Mineral and Lapidary Society. Read more


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Emily Featherston

Several area churches welcomed the community for an evening of candy, games and other fall fun. Read more



Photo courtesy of Merryl Cooper.

Oct. 31 is fast approaching, and while Vestavia Hills doesn’t have a formal trick-or-treating schedule, that Monday night is sure to see hundreds of kids going door to door looking for sweets. Read more


Cahaba Heights Rendering

Image from the 2008 Cahaba Heights Community Plan, courtesy of the City of Vestavia Hills.

During a November City Council meeting, City Manager Jeff Downes announced that on Tuesday, Dec. 2 there will be a town hall meeting to review development opportunities in Cahaba Heights. Read more


Vestavia Hills area churches are celebrating autumn with festivals and activities for the young and young at heart. Read more


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