If you didn’t know its significance, you would drive by the brown warehouse turned music recording studio on Avalon Avenue in Muscle Shoals.
Every year brave participants voluntarily run into the cold waters of Lake Martin for a good cause — and the time is here.
Alexander City native Kimberly McClellan chose her wedding dress in front of more than just her friends and family; she did it on a national television in a new series set to air Saturday.
Children threw snowballs at each other and went snow tubing at Strand Park during a sunny breeze Saturday afternoon. The imported snow — which was made from 40,000 pounds of ice — was part of Main Street Alexander City and Alexander City Parks and Recreation Department’s first “A Downtown Ch…
Alexander City is turning into a winter wonderland for the first downtown Christmas celebration Dec. 14. Main Street Alexander City and the Alexander City Parks and Recreation Department partnered this year to combine the free Christmas event.
It’ll be the same Christmas story many know but with a bit of a twist. This week Alexander City Theatre II (ACT II) is performing John Jakes’ “A Christmas Carol,” which puts its author Charles Dickens in the play.
The Tri-County Children’s Advocacy Center has been helping children in Tallapoosa, Chambers and Randolph counties since 1999. The advocacy center tapes forensic interviews of witnesses who are minors in child abuse cases or investigations so if a case goes to court the child doesn’t have to …
Today is one of the largest days for shopping in the year and while commercial retailers opened stores for Black Friday deals Thursday night, there are plenty of area businesses offering their own markdowns today and Saturday.
The time of year has come again for Russell Medical’s Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon. This year’s theme is “tickled pink.”
Alexander City Arts has an upcoming event music lovers and entertainment seekers won’t want to miss as it is hosting a songwriters showcase with John Berry, Mo Pitney and Deborah Allen.
Some might have thought Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote were having a convention in Alexander City with all the decals and stuffed animals in old MOPAR cars around town. But no, it’s the 50th anniversary of the Dodge Daytona and the Aero Warriors were in town for a reunion.
The 50th anniversary of both the Aero Warrior and Talledega Superspeedway is bringing 230-plus cars to Broad Street in downtown Alexander City on Saturday. And as if that weren’t enough to get residents excited, Main Street Alexander City is revving things up by providing live entertainment …
Broad Street will be filled with vintage Aero Warriors on Saturday to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the type of car that forced NASCAR to create a few new rules and the 50th anniversary of the Talladega Superspeedway.
The inaugural Lake Martin Living Art Walk saw a total of about 200 people on the streets and in and out of downtown Alexander City businesses, some of which were art exhibits while others were People’s Choice voting locations.
More people were in Dadeville on Saturday for the fall festival and Ducky Ward and Pops Ward Soap Box Derby than the population of the city’s 3,000 residents.
Her job wasn’t hard, but it was where she worked in the field in Japan and Korea that was a challenge for Dadeville resident and United States Marine Corps veteran Miranda Heard.
With 69 entries, the inaugural Lake Martin Living Art Walk is only a week away. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 5., downtown Alexander City will come alive with beautiful artwork, live music, merchant specials and tons of fun, followed by an artists’ reception and awards presentation that will i…
Nominations are now being accepted for the spring 2020 Living History Cemetery Tour and Art Show presented by Alexander City Theatre II and Russell Medical Foundation.
What looked like a wedding outside Dadeville’s Mitchell House on Sunday with seats neatly placed in front of the house and a tent space behind the residence was actually ribbon cutting and open house for the community.
Alexander City natives Chad and Kyle Wilson have been writing and playing country music together for 16 years and the awards are starting to stack up.
Auditions for “A Christmas Carol” begin next week. Alexander City Theatre II will stage the play in early December with a cast of 23 to 30 local townspeople including parts for 11 men and several children of all ages.
There were crowds of people on the streets of downtown Alexander City on Saturday morning as there was much for residents and guests alike to enjoy.
Lake Martin Living magazine has hosted its annual art and photography contest for three decades, and this year the event is growing to incorporate more businesses, more art and more all-day fun.