The Lake Martin Young Professionals hosted its 5th annual Polar Plunge Saturday at Kowaliga Restaurant to benefit the Lake Martin Resource Association.
Melissa Mullins may have a daughter on the autism spectrum, but that doesn’t stop her from being a parent first and advocate second.
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.
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 Police Department is searching for the location of Devin Foster, a 33-year old white male, wanted in connection with several thefts in the Eclectic area.
Teams were again searching by land and air Friday morning looking for Judy Kennebrew who was last seen around 6 p.m. Jan. 8 in the area of Jackson Lane in Tallassee.
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.”
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.
It’s her gift of organization that placed Alexander City native Jamie Dark on multiple boards of directors over the years. She is currently on the boards of the Alexander City Schools Education Foundation, Tallapoosa Christian Crisis Center and Main Street Alexander City and is president of …
Alexander City native Kimberly McClellan chose her wedding dress in front of more than just her friends and family; she did it on a national television in a new series set to air Saturday.
When reflecting over headlines from 2019, it’s clear there were some notable losses in the area, such as the deaths of many key leaders in the area including Alexander City Mayor Jim Nabors, but there was also growth. From a 12-year-old Radney Elementary School student having the courage to …
Chelsey Ja’Nae Days got a special 2020 Christmas stocking from Russell Medical after becoming the first baby born at the hospital this year. The 19-inch, 6-pound and 12-ounce baby was delivered Thursday at 10:25 a.m.
With the new year starting, gyms may see an influx of people working out to lose weight or get in better shape. Local physical trainers advise those going back to the gym to be consistent and start small.