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The number of positive confirmed cases of the coronavirus has increased to 644 confirmed cases statewide as of Saturday morning. The confirmed coronavirus-related death count still sits at three.
Russell Medical ER nurse Eric Miller is used to coming home from work to the excitement of his three sons shouting, “Daddy’s home!” followed by hugs and attention.
For isolation precautions during the coronavirus pandemic, healthcare workers are wearing mask covers overtop their official N95 masks to extend their use.
Shutdowns for Kia and Hyundai have been announced and will impact manufacturing in Tallapoosa and Coosa counties. The cause is both the coronavirus crisis and large line change outs. Kwung Sung, SL Alabama Sejin, and Korens will be closed until April 7.
The number of positive confirmed cases of the coronavirus has increased to 639 confirmed cases statewide. The confirmed coronavirus-related death count still sits at three.
Friday, Central Alabama Community College announced it would continue alternative and online instruction through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.
The owners of Dye Pirates in Dadeville are actively paying it forward and encouraging others to do the same by offering free supplies to anyone who needs them.
Employees at Arctic Air & Heat are spreading the message amid the difficult times caused by COVID-19, local businesses are rallying around local people.
Burt Reynolds tells everyone Bandit and Snowman are not friends of Smokey but Smokey reached out to Snowman on Wednesday. Instead of Snowman making a run to Texarkana for beer trying to elude law enforcement, truckers only needed to stop in New Site for a friendly encounter with Buford T. Ju…
Members of the Dadeville City Council were cognizant of social distancing in the face of the spreading coronavirus and scattered around the Dadeville City Hall lobby Tuesday.
There was a huge jump in confirmed coronavirus cases, according to the Alabama Department of Health, which is now reporting four confirmed cases in Tallapoosa County.Across the state, there are now 386 confirmed cases as of 5 p.m. Wednesday, with 2,812 tested. Although the latest numbers sho…
The Jackson County Commission reported the Alabama Department of Public Health confirmed a part-time county employee died after having contracted COVID-19. The commission made the announcement with a post on its Facebook page.
With the concerns growing regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and the latest recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which said Sunday to limit gatherings to 50 and under for eight weeks, Alexander City businesses and organizations are following suit.
Out-of-town tags have started to appear in Tallapoosa County even as the coronavirus numbers continue to rise across Alabama and homes on the shores of Lake Martin are coming out of winter hibernation.
Concerns for COVID-19 have come into play as costs for New Site’s health clinic rise. The New Site Town Council recently accepted a $757,766 bid from Alexander City contractor AAA General Contractors.
Alexander City Mayor Tommy Spraggins announced Tuesday the city will not disconnect utility services such as water, sewer, electric gas and garbage due to late payments. Also all charges relating to penalties for late payments will be waived until further notice.
There are now three confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Tallapoosa County, according to the latest numbers released at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday by the Alabama Department of Public Health.
Amber Dolland was born with severe asthma and has been prone to being sick her entire life. She’s been diagnosed with upper respiratory infections almost once a week.
While local church congregations cannot physically worship together right now, area pastors are providing virtual outlets for residents to practice religion.
People around the country are stocking up on necessities, so it’s no surprise local grocery stores’ sales have skyrocketed the last few weeks as people worry about having the essentials while potentially being isolated at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There are now two confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Tallapoosa County, according to the latest numbers released at 4:40 p.m. Tuesdayby the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The number of positive confirmed cases of the coronavirus has increased to 215 confirmed cases statewide. As of 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, numbers still show one confirmed case in Tallapoosa County, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
Alexander City leaders are looking at waiving late fees on utility payments and postponing disconnects while Alabama is facing an economic crisis responding to the coronavirus.
Dadeville lunchroom manager Elaine Smith asked her staff to prepare for a normal school day as area schools started emergency feeding programs Monday in the wake of COVID-19.
Although Alexander City Schools and Tallapoosa County Schools are closed until at least April 6 due to the coronavirus, superintendents Dr. Keith Lankford and Joe Windle are doing everything in their power to ensure as few jobs and incomes as possible are lost.
As of Friday, all 16 Main Street Family Care locations, including Alexander City, remain open seven days a week and are offering COVID-19 testing to select patients.