Ed Shikoski loves to be involved.
Fifth Judicial Circuit Court Judge Isaac Whorton joined area officials to help remember fallen law enforcement officers in Tallapoosa County on Thursday in a ceremony in Alexander City.
The Lake Martin Event Center at The Rodeo Club in Dadeville is gearing up to sling cocktails for the Boys & Girls Club of the Lake Martin Area from 6 to 8 p.m. May 22.
Gov. Kay Ivey signed into law Wednesday a bill banning abortions in the state, a move sure to draw nationwide legal challenges supporters hope will result in the U.S. Supreme Court overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.
Tallapoosa County Schools superintendent Joe Windle announced Monday the schools are starting a partnership with Alexander City Schools, including sharing the Benjamin Russell JROTC program and allowing Alexander City students into Edward Bell Career Technical Center.
Officers who gave their lives in the service of Tallapoosa County residents will be honored during the 23rd annual Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial.
While the Alabama Department of Public Health announced Friday a 5-month-old girl in St. Clair County originally feared to have measles didn’t have them after all, the state still has 82 open investigations of the virus and reported cases in 23 states have spiked to their highest level in 25 years.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Lake Martin Area is actively planning a pilot program of its Goodwater Unit at Central Coosa High School which is tentatively scheduled to open in the fall if there are enough children enrolled to support the extension.
Economic development, education and healthcare are at the top of Republican candidate Ed Oliver’s platform during his campaign for the 81st District seat in the Alabama House of Representatives.
Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer, and many people will be taking advantage of the three-day weekend to squeeze one final trip to the lake or out of town in before the weather turns cooler and fall fully arrives. However, hitting the road is not without its risks and dangers.
Helping children learn to read is a key goal in helping them succeed later on in life. Trying to do their part in giving more young people in the county the gift of literacy, 17 women have come together to start a local branch of Ferst Readers, providing books to children throughout Tallapoo…
The Edward Bell Career Tech Center recently carried 13 teams of students to compete in the SkillsUSA state competition in Birmingham, along with a handful of other students taking part in individual events. When the judging was complete, five of the teams and individuals brought top three fi…
The Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Girls Ranch welcomed area artist Julie Brock to the ranch Saturday for a special painting party, giving the children a fun Saturday morning that will also benefit the ranch at an event on May 19 and 20.
For the third time in just over six months, former Camp Hill Police Chief Johnny Potts has had a termination hearing before the town council after Mayor Ezell Smith fired him.
Patrols by law enforcement have come into question in Camp Hill after Mayor Ezell Smith relieved Police Chief Johnny Potts of his duties Thursday.
Just days before six-month probationary period was to end, Camp Hill Police Chief Johnny Potts has been terminated by Mayor Ezell Smith.
Gunfire following an argument left a female dead and at least two others injured on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, about 100 yards from the Edward Career Tech Center.
Frustrations over availability of financial documents lead Camp Hill Councilman Dean Bonner to resign from the council’s financial committee.
The Camp Hill Town Council is trying to avoid legal problems by entering into an agreement with a contractor who did work for the town and by settling up with former employees for unused leave.
The Camp Hill Town Council will hold hearings for two police officers at Monday’s meeting who were demoted and terminated by Mayor Ezell Smith.
Decisions regarding the demotion Johnny Potts as police chief in Camp Hill were tabled at Monday’s special called council meeting until the next regular council meeting following an hour-long executive session while Mayor Ezell Smith addressed concerns raised in an anonymous letter that has …