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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.
Alabama has issued a new public health order as of Friday morning to close more “non-essential” businesses effective 5 p.m Saturday. The order will be in place through April 17.
Since this morning, the number of positive cases of the coronavirus have risen across Alabama. But as of 4:10 p.m. Wednesday, there were still no confirmed cases in Tallapoosa County.
Officials with Alabama Power are sharing information about a scam targeting customers over the phone. The scam involves a caller claiming to be a representative from Alabama Power and requesting immediate payment on accounts.
While the numbers of positive cases for the coronavirus continue to rise across Alabama, there are still no confirmed cases in Tallapoosa County as of 10:05 a.m. Wednesday.
The number of COVID-19 cases is increasing across the state, but there are still zero confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Tallapoosa County as of 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The Broken L Farm Wagon train travels Main Street in Camp Hill on Sunday afternoon. The wagon train started in Rock Mills on Friday and made its way to Montgomery. Normally it would go to the rodeo at Garrett Coliseum but the rodeo was cancelled due to coronavirus.
In response to the increasing number of positive cases of COVID-19 in Alabama, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) sent a release Monday morning and is making the following recommendations concerning public gatherings, food establishment and other retail venues, and businesses:
There are now 29 confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Alabama, as of 5:40 p.m. Monday. There are still no confirmed cases in Tallapoosa County at this time but numbers are changing rapidly.
If coronavirus spreads to Alexander City, what can you to do protect yourself? Here’s what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
All schools, kindergarten through 12th grade, in Alabama will close at the end of Wednesday, March 18 in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to Gov. Kay Ivey who made the announcement Friday during a press conference. Schools are currently scheduled to reopen April 6.
Kimberly Police Department officer Nick O’Rear was laid to rest Monday afternoon in Jefferson County after being shot in the line of duty last week.
Melissa Mullins may have a daughter on the autism spectrum, but that doesn’t stop her from being a parent first and advocate second.
President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial will likely start next week but the debate may last months, if not years, regardless of outcome.
If you didn’t know its significance, you would drive by the brown warehouse turned music recording studio on Avalon Avenue in Muscle Shoals.
Tallapoosa EMA director Jason Moran has worked hard to spread the word about emergency alert system Tallapoosa Alert since announcing it in early 2017. And it looks like his hard work has paid off.
Horseshoe Bend Regional Library bookmobile librarian Myra Abrams catalogued books while waiting for visitors outside the Bud T. Porch Center on Friday. The bookmobile made its monthly stop to Alexander City and made detours at Cooper Headstart and Gunter Housing.
High-profile criminal cases have drawn attention to the way defendants are granted bond and sentenced for crimes in Alabama.