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Alexander City, AL

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  • UV Index: 3 Moderate
  • Sunrise: 06:56:27 AM
  • Sunset: 05:58:49 PM
  • Dew Point: 66°
  • Visibility: 10 mi

Today

Areas of patchy fog early. Mostly cloudy. High 74F. Winds light and variable.

Tonight

Partly cloudy skies. Low 61F. Winds light and variable.

Tomorrow

Cloudy skies early will become partly cloudy later in the day. High 77F. Winds light and variable.

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CHAMBER PULSE — Strand Sessions, the Lake Martin Young Professionals’ spring and summer monthly concert series, is returning for one more month as part of Sun Festival. Originally scheduled for June then postponed to August, Sun Fest is finally slated to take place Monday, Sept. 28 through S…

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VBR Records of Trussville in partnership with the World Famous Rodeo Club of Dadeville will host country music icon Mickey Gilley on Oct. 3. Gilley, along with nationally acclaimed country artists and songwriter Bobby Luster, will appear live at The Rodeo Club.

Zazu’s Verandah on the Dadeville Square opened the Tales of Dadeville speaker series Thursday night with Ralph Banks, a Dadeville native with a family history in the area dating back to 1852. Moderated by TPI’s Amy Passaretti, speakers for the free series will share Dadeville’s history on th…

The 2020 football schedules are set for Alabama, Auburn and all other SEC teams, along with COVID-19 attendance guidelines as the conference seeks to have a season in the face of an unending pandemic.

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The Fourth of July weekend brings plenty of patriotic festivities and options for the whole family to enjoy. From live music and fireworks to art shows and cornhole tournaments, the holiday celebration offers something for everyone.

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.

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…

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.

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.

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.

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.