Two area football rivals will reunite on the gridiron after nearly two decades, and they’ll also soon be highlighted on the big screen.
The lineup is set for the 30th annual Alexander City Jazz Fest which is scheduled for Friday, Aug. 7 in downtown Alexander City’s Strand Park and Saturday, Aug. 8 at The Amp on Lake Martin.
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.
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.
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.
Lake Martin Pizza Company’s Alexander City location permanently closed Saturday night. The company posted on its Facebook page Saturday it would be its last day of business.
Angela Mullins began working for Uncle Henry 26 years ago, or in many ways it seems like she did, according to the Alexander City native who in February published a faith-based suspense novel by that name — “Working for Uncle Henry.”
Alexander City Theatre II will hold auditions this weekend for the February production of “Daddy’s Dyin’ Who’s Got the Will?” which is a comedy in two acts with parts for five women and three men. The play, which was written by Del Shores, is set in a Texas town in 1986 and focuses on four a…
What started as a way to support a faculty member with breast cancer at Horseshoe Bend has continued as an annual fashion show to support those with cancer.
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.