Delinquent property tax notices go out
Melissa Mullins may have a daughter on the autism spectrum, but that doesn’t stop her from being a parent first and advocate second.
The Dadeville City Council officially filled its District 5 seat Tuesday. The council appointed lifelong Dadeville resident Tony Wolfe to take the seat previously held by Dick Harrelson, who died Dec. 12.
Benjamin Russell’s Navy JROTC program added some new faces from Dadeville and Horseshoe Bend schools last week. The program officially added students from Tallapoosa County Schools this January after the county and Alexander City Schools announced a partnership last May.
After seven years of leadership, Dadeville Public Library director Abbi Mangarelli’s last day is Friday. Mangarelli said it was a hard choice, but she lives in Auburn and found a job closer to home.
President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial will likely start next week but the debate may last months, if not years, regardless of outcome.
The Eclectic Business Relations Committee is moving forward without Justin Pack as chairman. Pack, 20, is stepping down because he started attending Auburn University this semester and was offered a job.
The Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing senior, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
Horseshoe Bend Regional Library bookmobile librarian Myra Abrams catalogued books while waiting for visitors outside the Bud T. Porch Center on Friday. The bookmobile made its monthly stop to Alexander City and made detours at Cooper Headstart and Gunter Housing.
Although Reeltown and Tallapoosa County Schools are under scrutiny from the Freedom From Religion Foundation for a baptism that took place at Nix-Webster-O’Neal Stadium, superintendent Joe Windle is defending the event in question.
Alexander City Mayor Tommy Spraggins said city officials are still waiting on a proposed ordinance from bond officials for the city to review.
Adams Water Treatment Plant has been delivering water to Alexander City citizens and beyond since 1982 and, thanks to an ongoing multimillion dollar project, will continue serving area residents for years to come.
The Alexander City Chamber of Commerce will host its 109th annual meeting at 6 p.m. Jan. 30 at The Mill Two Eighty. The meeting will be a time to celebrate a year full of accomplishments.
High-profile criminal cases have drawn attention to the way defendants are granted bond and sentenced for crimes in Alabama.
U.S. Army and National Guard veteran Howard Mattox is a lot like the planes he fixed in the Vietnam War. He returned to the service after suffering two heart attacks during Desert Storm like the planes he repaired during Vietnam War went back into action.
Fred Roth has spent most of his life as an officer with the Alexander City Police Department, but he is leaving the rest of his life “up to God.”
Residents of Elmore County came together Sunday at the Eclectic Warehouse to raise funds to cover a $27,000 medical expense for 7-year-old Bentley Lovejoy.
Supporting students when they need her most is part of the job for Horseshoe Bend School special education teacher Lindsey Smith, and it’s something she loves.
Every year brave participants voluntarily run into the cold waters of Lake Martin for a good cause — and the time is here.
Edward Alvies was also before Wharton for sentencing following his conviction last month for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Families for John Ferrel Adamson and Gerald Haggerty got in their last words to convicted murderer Daquon Sheeley before Sheeley was sentenced. Some expressed forgiveness but still held Sheeley responsible.