A new and more highly transmissible COVID-19 variant, B.1.1.7, has been identified in three Alabama residents.
Starting Jan. 26, the Alexander City Walmart is offering online grocery orders for pickup which customers can purchase through the store's mobile app.
The Tallapoosa County Health Department is now offering COVID-19 vaccinations to qualifying residents out of its Alexander City office, Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) announced Tuesday.
Each day at 5:30 p.m., Alexander City resident Cecily Lauderdale drives an hour-long commute to the main USPS facility in Montgomery.
Lake Scene Directory
- Fire destroys Our Town home
- Hackneyville home destroyed by Thursday fire
- Alex City parents find themselves working two jobs as schools shut for a third time
- Alex City man killed in Pike County wreck
- ADPH opens COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Tallapoosa County Health Department
- BRHS' Foster drops 25 points in redemption win over Wetumpka
- Pritchard to retire after nearly five decades
- Dadeville church quells fears of turning 'haunted' Banks house into parking lot
- Quin Brooks announces collegiate plans
- Bags, notebooks, furniture and more for sale
- PHOTOS: Tallapoosa County piles on the Bernie Sanders mittens meme trend
- PHOTOS: Benjamin Russell boys basketball picks up redemption win over Wetumpka
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka girls basketball came away with a win over Benjamin Russell
- PHOTOS: Bags, teddy bears, notebooks and desks for sale
- PHOTOS: The Mill Two Eighty transformed into a COVID-19 testing center for Russell Medical
- PHOTOS: Alexander City remembers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
- PHOTOS: Horseshoe Bend boys basketball against Randolph County
- PHOTOS: Benjamin Russell took on Wetumpka Thursday
Dadeville's Lake Martin Community Hospital has canceled vaccinations for Tallapoosa County Schools employees this week due to its vaccine shipment being delayed, Superintendent Ray Porter said Friday.
Russell Medical is no longer making appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations, the hospital announced in a Facebook post Thursday, the same day it began its senior citizen vaccine rollout.
Justin Kyle Hutcherson was sentenced Thursday to 65 years in prison two years to the date after ‘obscene and lewd’ images of children known by him and filmed were found on his computer.
The Alexander City Fire Department is still investigating a Wednesday night fire where three victims were flown to trauma centers for treatment of their injuries.
Alexander City Schools will be going remote Tuesday, Jan. 19 through the end of the month, superintendent Dr. Keith Lankford said in a letter sent home with students Wednesday.
Alexander City Schools and Ivy Creek Healthcare are planning a time for school staff and faculty to receive COVID-19 vaccines at Lake Martin Community Hospital, public relations specialist Jessica Sanford said Wednesday.
Marcus Buckner doesn’t remember the Alexander City Fire Department pulling him from his burning home last month but that didn’t stop him from thanking the firefighters who saved his life Tuesday.
Teresa Moten and Concerned Parents for Academic and Community Excellence (Co-PACE ) are planning an alternative celebration, ‘Your Time to Dream,’ to the canceled annual MLK Celebration in Alexander City.
Joseph Robinson Jr. may best be known for running Robinson Foundry and Robinson Iron but those close to him remember Robinson as a good friend, mentor and community advocate.
Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) announced Friday COVID-19 vaccinations will be available to people 75 years of age and older beginning Jan. 18. But one Alexander City nursing home saw most of its residents get the vaccine Friday.
In local bars, Mexican restaurants and social media, Tallapoosa County residents reacted in horror, indignation, and for some, literal disbelief Wednesday as a pro-Trump mob storming the Capitol building played out on live television.
Teresa Moten and Concerned Parents for Academic and Community Excellence (Co-PACE ) are planning an alternative celebration to the canceled annual MLK Celebration in Alexander City.
Alexander City Schools will resume brick-and-mortar classes for the time being despite rumors of a switch to virtual learning, superintendent Dr. Keith Lankford confirmed Wednesday morning.
Birmingham-based MainStreet Family Care, which has clinics across Alabama and Georgia including Alexander City, is having to make the choice in some of its clinics between wasting doses and not following ADPH allocation guidelines to the letter.