Authorities said an Enterprise woman is conscious and alert after jumping Saturday from Acapulco Rock, known to many as Chimney Rock.
Members of Central Coosa High School's class of 2019, their families and friends enjoyed perfect weather Tuesday evening for a graduation ceremony on the field at Keith Bullard Stadium.
It was a night of spiritual encouragement as the Benjamin Russell senior baccalaureate service was held Sunday night at the school’s auditorium.
The Alexander City Street Department on Monday began the process of replacing a Depression-era culvert on Lafayette Street, which will be closed to through traffic for three months.
The Alexander City Police Department said two people were flown to Birmingham hospitals following a Saturday evening accident on U.S. Highway 280.
Abortion rights activists marched up Dexter Avenue in Montgomery Sunday to steps of the capitol for a rally as they demanded change to the abortion bill signed by Gov. Kay Ivey last week. About a half dozen counter protestors were there as well reading from the Bible.
There is no crime, no litter and the traffic flows so smoothly on streets with no potholes there are no traffic lights. It’s uncongested, perfectly manicured and perpetually green, even the cornfield.
Residents at Adams Nursing Home are celebrating Nursing Home Week with staff all week. Wednesday morning, the Lake Martin Animal Shelter brought animals for residents to visit with. Wednesday afternoon, Adams Nursing Home went a little exotic as alpacas from Southern Star visited with reside…
The Alexander City City Council unanimously approved a pair of large infrastructure projects Monday night but disagreement flared over streamlining the organizational chart to reduce the number of people reporting directly to the mayor and adding more money for a position in the public works…
Tallapoosa County Schools superintendent Joe Windle announced Monday the schools are starting a partnership with Alexander City Schools, including sharing the Benjamin Russell JROTC program and allowing Alexander City students into Edward Bell Career Technical Center.
Believing Republicans in the Alabama House of Representatives will need Democratic help to pass a lottery amendment, Rep. Pebblin Warren (D-Tuskegee) has introduced a bill to allow the VictoryLand dog track to use the same sort of electronic gaming offered by the Poarch Creek Indians at thei…
Tommy Spraggins formally assumed the powers of Alexander City’s mayorship Monday evening after raising his right hand and swearing an oath on his personal Bible but said he is only part of a team dedicated to making life better for the community’s residents.
A man from Opelika and a woman from Auburn were arrested Tuesday in the Reeltown area. According to a release, Jeffery Alan Bell, 40, of Opelika, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana first degree and possession of drug paraphernalia. Kay…
A New Site man is in the Chambers County Jail following his arrest during an investigation into a sexual assault in Valley, police said.
Officers who gave their lives in the service of Tallapoosa County residents will be honored during the 23rd annual Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial.
While the Alabama Department of Public Health announced Friday a 5-month-old girl in St. Clair County originally feared to have measles didn’t have them after all, the state still has 82 open investigations of the virus and reported cases in 23 states have spiked to their highest level in 25 years.
Alexander City Schools superintendent Dr. Keith Lankford spoke to the Tallapoosa County Commission on Monday in support of the 1-cent sales tax passed by the commission in 2015.
Dr. Joe Summers, the executive director of Auburn University’s Government and Economic Development Institute, will appear in Alexander City on May 23 to speak about quality of life and economic development.
The Dadeville City Council approved a $1.45 million contract with Gillespie Construction for downtown revitalization at a special-called meeting Thursday.
May 6 through 10 was Teacher Appreciation Week and Jim Pearson and Radney Elementary schools let their teachers know how much they mean.
After graduation at Central Alabama Community College Friday, 32 candidates received their nursing pins at a ceremony at the Betty Carol Graham Technology Center.
In a night that will mark a monumental change in titles if not the approach of governing, the Alexander City City Council will meet Monday for the first time since the death of Jim Nabors, witness the ceremonial swearing-in of Mayor Tommy Spraggins and appoint a new member to the city’s scho…
Alexander City Mayor Tommy Spraggins said Thursday he wants his place on the city council filled as soon as possible and confirmed Tim Funderburk is now the council president.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Lake Martin Area is actively planning a pilot program of its Goodwater Unit at Central Coosa High School which is tentatively scheduled to open in the fall if there are enough children enrolled to support the extension.
Summer swimming, reading, team building, skating, arts and crafts, bowling and movies are just a few of the activities the Boys & Girls Club of the Lake Martin Area summer programs will offer from June 4 through July 28.
The Alexander City Post Office is collecting nonperishable food from residents Saturday as part of the National Association of Letter Carriers food drive.