Fall is in full swing and Halloween is right around the corner. What better way to celebrate than picking out pumpkins for decoration, to carve or simply with which to enjoy fall festivities?
Main Street Alexander City wants to show a little love to the community through a free concert July 17 featuring the musicians showcased in the collaborative music video “A Little Love” filmed on Main Street in April.
Paul Cox and his wife Sandie moved to Lake Martin from Wetumpka for a serene escape. Shortly after, Cox worked closely with the late folk artist Jerry Peters to open Lake Martin Art in Eclectic and feature the works of local artists on various media.
Russell Lands On Lake Martin is searching for artists from around the Southeast to participate in the ninth annual Arti Gras at Russell Crossroads from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 3 and 4.
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.
Local animal lovers will unite at the second annual Meow and Mutt Mingle tonight at The Mill Two Eighty. The Lake Martin Animal Shelter is holding the fundraiser from 6 to 9 p.m. and will feature silent and live auctions, cocktails, hors d’ouevres and desserts.
New store owners and Alexander City natives Sonny and Tara Wilson weren’t sure what to name their new business that sells art and custom metal furnishings. They got it after Sonny asked Tara their address and she said “32 Main.”
It will be an evening of music as the Capitol Sounds Concert Band performs at 7 p.m. Thursday at Benjamin Russell’s auditorium. Alex City Arts is hosting the Montgomery-based band as part of its 2019-20 season.
Six weeks before Christmas, the Alexander City Chamber of Commerce is giving residents a head start on shopping with its annual Holiday Open House on Sunday.
There were tons of laughs and more than $20,000 was raised for the Russell Medical Foundation at comedian James Gregory’s show Friday at The Mill Two Eighty.
Come spring, children will have a new place to cool off thanks to the work of City of Alexander City employees and Tallapoosa County commissioner Steve Robinson.
Preserving history and bells themselves is former Alexander City resident Thomas Kaufmann’s mission with his new book “Historic Alabama Bells.” Kaufmann’s book published Monday and he wants readers to understand the importance of the preservation of bells.
People have been known to line up for the annual St. James Episcopal Church holiday bazaar and church members take all year to get ready for it.
John Thompson is grinning a bit knowing due to community effort over the last year, more than likely 22 tons of trash will not be picked up again this year for Renew Our Rivers. It’ll be much less, he hopes.
Ghouls, goblins and superheroes will be taking over the sidewalks of Alexander City and Dadeville on Thursday night for trick-or-treating.