Central Alabama Community College (CACC) has announced it will host in-person commencement ceremonies this semester.
By offering an environmental and natural resources program, Benjamin Russell High School kills two birds with one stone, teaching kids about wildlife and getting some free campus landscaping while they're at it.
Next month, Ferst Readers of Tallapoosa County is hosting its third annual Fish for Ferst Bass Tournament fundraiser.
The Alexander City Board of Education hired Cody Patterson as its new chief school financial officer Thursday, to take over from Rhonda Blythe upon her retirement in June.
Alexander City Schools will continue to require masks on buses and in school buildings until May 1, school superintendent Dr. Keith Lankford announced Thursday.
Three separate investigations recently took 147 grams of ecstasy, 25 grams of methamphetamine, 88 grams of marijuana, 4 grams of crack and 4 grams of synthetic marijuana off the streets of Tallapoosa County.
Alabama's mask mandate will expire Friday, April 9 at 5 p.m. at which point the state will move to a more relaxed "Safer Apart" health order, Gov. Kay Ivey announced Wednesday.
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The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) will extend COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to individuals age 16 and older beginning April 5, Gov. Kay Ivey said during a visit to the Alabama National Guard mobile vaccination clinic in Wilcox County Friday.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill is still gleaming five weeks after the group Concerned Women for America gave Alabama’s election system the highest integrity rating in the country.
There's no law saying one can't walk around barefoot, but that can't stop shops and restaurants from declaring 'No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service."
On one side of Mandi Durr's classroom, students sit in the typical high school set-up, albeit with Plexiglas dividers separating the clustered desks.
Lake Martin Young Professionals has announced that Strand Sessions, live music on Strand Park will return April 1st between 6:00 and 8:30 p.m. with a performance by country music group Daniel and McDaniel.
April 4-10 is National Library Week, a time to highlight the essential role libraries, librarians and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening communities, Adelia M. Russell Library director Amy Huff said.
Winn-Dixie pharmacies will soon be offering COVID-19 vaccines in 12 locations in the state including Alexander City, parent company Southeastern Grocers announced last week.
Alexander City Schools is increasing its budget to reflect a rise in, among several of its income streams, beer tax revenue.
Bessemer City Middle School principal and Tallapoosa County native Lisa Heard has been approved as the new principal of Alexander City Middle School by the board of education, superintendent Dr. Keith Lankford confirmed Friday.
After four decades working for the City for Alexander City, Robbie Atkisson has decided it's time for her to hang up the phone and silence the voice that has greeted thousands of callers and visitors to City Hall.
Almost everyone is now experienced in paying bills online. Now traffic citations issued by the Alexander City Police Department can be paid online.
Alexander City Schools plans to keep its mask mandate after April 9 but hopes to be mask-less by May, superintendent Dr. Keith Lankford told school board members Thursday.
UPDATE: All Tallapoosa County designated storm shelters and safer places will be open Thursday night, Tallapoosa County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) director Jason Moran confirmed.
At the beginning of the pandemic Central Alabama Community College (CACC) welding instructor D.J. James was faced with a dilemma. How does one instruct the 41 students in the hands-on skill of welding though the internet.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced a new program last week to ease some of the stress and financial burden wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.