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.
Art on the Lake was held Saturday and Sunday at Children’s Harbor and featured more than 50 vendors. Many attendees turned out for the two-day event.
Author Casey Cep will host a question-and-answer session on her new novel “Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee” about the 1976 Coosa County murders and Lee’s involvement trying to write about it at Adelia M. Russell Library on Wednesday.
Classic car songs from the 1960s livened the crowd and vehicles ranging from a purple 1934 Ford to a 1954 Pontiac that once had trees growing through it were displayed Saturday at a car and truck show in New Site.
Brotherly competition and knowledge of the contest for the 2020-21 Alabama Waterfowl Stamp encouraged Alexander City native Jim Denney to enter for a fourth time in the contest’s 40 years.
Tourism is Alexander City’s main asset to bring about a return to prosperity, according to chamber of commerce president and CEO Ed Collari, who said his organization is developing a strategy to fully tap into Lake Martin and those who enjoy its waters.
Saturday night marked the culmination of the 28th annual Jazz Fest celebration in Alexander City, along with the 6th annual Sun Festival. With this year’s Sun Festival providing a week full of events leading into Jazz Fest, there was plenty of excitement in the air around town as locals got …
Grab chairs, blankets, coolers and friends and head out to the 28th Annual Jazz Fest event kicking off tonight at 6 p.m. and continuing Saturday night. This is a concert series with musical acts you won’t want to miss.
The 6th Annual Sun Festival kicks off this weekend with events for the next week all across town celebrating with music and dancing, kids’ activities, animals in costume, good times with friends and an opportunity to win some prizes.