Pennington pleads guilty in sex abuse case
Alexander City Fire Department chief Reese McAlister is trying to make a spark of a different kind, as he is encouraging residents to call the department for address signs and smoke detectors.
Four local high school students were honored for their good citizenship Thursday at the Tohopeka chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) meeting. Benjamin Russell’s Andrew Caldwell, Dadeville’s Kade Harkins, Horseshoe Bend’s Mary Rasbury and Reeltown’s Eryn Wells were named…
Thanksgiving is a time for families to come together and be thankful for what they have every day, but there are some in the community who may not have the means to put a family meal on the table.
A new subdivision is coming to the area. Residents of Eclectic met Monday in front of the Eclectic Planning and Zoning Commission to discuss The Oaks which is expected to be built on Highway 63.
Fines can be easily forgiven in the form of food at Adelia M. Russell Library and Mamie’s Place Children’s Library. The libraries are hosting their annual Food for Fines drive where any donated food will remove patrons’ late fines through Dec. 14.
Benjamin Russell’s Future Farmers of America (FFA) agriculture mechanics team made a name for itself this weekend at the National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis. The team received a silver medal but doesn’t know if it’s placed between 13th through 28th in the state, according to FFA…
There were tons of laughs and more than $20,000 was raised for the Russell Medical Foundation at comedian James Gregory’s show Friday at The Mill Two Eighty.
Students and veterans gathered together Thursday to celebrate and honor Veterans Day at Radney Elementary School. Residents of Bill Nichols State Veterans Home and the Alexander City Honor Guard, which presented the colors, attended the event with parents.
Russell Medical in Alexander City has entered into a management agreement to become a member of the UAB Health System following action Tuesday by the respective boards of both organizations.
Before kindergarten begins, families who are low on resources sometimes need a jump start to get their children prepared.
Benjamin Russell seniors remembered the dead Tuesday. The dead, however, were dolls they created in teacher Emily Sassano’s Advanced Placement biology class for Dia de los Muertos.
Robert Milton Cozad, 43, of Kellyton was arrested by the Dadeville Police Department Oct. 23 on a grand jury indictment of two counts of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12.
Round Room LLC, the nation’s largest Verizon Authorized Wireless Retailer, will recognize veterans at nearly 550 of its TCC stores in honor of Veterans Day including the Alexander City location.
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.
The Alexander City City Council approved funding for a change order at the Adams Water Treatment Plant and for a demolition project allowing access to sewer lines under a warehouse at its Monday meeting.
With cold temps and sharp winds to contend with, volunteers with the Lake Martin Resource Association gathered at Wind Creek State Park early Friday morning for the annual Renew Our Rivers cleanup of Lake Martin.
Pediatric Associates of Alexander City (PAAC) has recently sponsored a safe sleep education project to help parents and other caregivers reduce the high incidence of deaths from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Overall, SIDS is the leading cause of death in all infants under 1 year of ag…