Generations of Alabamaians who were seeking to get married have always visited their county courthouse and the probate judge’s office to get a marriage license but that will no longer be possible starting Thursday.
With the Fourth of July on Thursday, pet owners may be worried about dealing with their animals getting upset or anxious during fireworks.
Alternating rain and sun didn’t diminish the popularity of the Hackneyville Fireworks Bash on Saturday. Event attendees brought their tents and umbrellas to watch performers and participate in the bash’s events.
Tallapoosa Publishers Inc. earned a total of 69 awards in the Alabama Press Association’s 2019 Media Awards, including General Excellence, at the APA Summer Convention this weekend in Orange Beach.
Don McClellan was known to cut grass on a softball field as mayor and jokingly threaten to cut those who teased him with his pocket knife. He refused to get into the sewer as a matter of political discourse even as he was up to his neck in discharge and drawing the wrath of federal environme…
The family of former Alexander City Mayor Don McClellan will receive visitors from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Radney Funeral Home and his funeral is scheduled Saturday at 11 a.m. from Faith Temple Church.
Veterans can now seek free, same-day care for minor illnesses and injuries at approved civilian urgent care clinics such as MainStreet Family Care.
Gov. Kay Ivey announced Friday portions of the Richville community in Coosa County will get access to high-speed internet through a $200,000 grant to the Central Alabama Electric Cooperative.
A familiar face with law enforcement was arrested by the Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Department Wednesday on theft by deception charges involving an automobile.
Pressure washing, painting and cleaning three schools in Tallapoosa and Coosa counties were the focus of Lake Martin Area United Way’s Day of Action on Thursday.
Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, who was removed from the bench twice and lost to Doug Jones in a 2017 U.S. Senate race after allegations of sexual misconduct surfaced, announced Thursday he is running for the Senate again in 2020.
Timothy Caldwell, 19, of Jacksons Gap bonded out of the Coosa County Jail on Monday after he was arrested last Saturday night following a two-fatality accident.
A Kellyton man has been charged with two counts of leaving the scene of an accident, a felony, after two were killed in a two-vehicle crash Saturday night on U.S. Highway 280 near the intersection of Alabama 115, according to a release from Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
Lake Martin Resource Association’s John Thompson hopes new teeth added to the state’s criminal littering law helps prevent trash being thrown out on the waterways and roadways of Alabama.
After nearly a month with no appreciable precipitation, rain will descend on the Alexander City area beginning today and persisting into Monday, according to the National Weather Service office in Birmingham.
Latoni Daniel has given birth to a boy, a child conceived in the Coosa County Jail according to her attorney, and is facing the death penalty if found guilty of capital murder and robbery.
While he isn’t a fan of gambling, state Rep. Ed Oliver (R-Dadeville) said the Poarch Creek Indians’ political influence must be vanquished for the Alabama Legislature to craft a lottery proposal the public can vote on.
Members of Central Coosa High School's class of 2019, their families and friends enjoyed perfect weather Tuesday evening for a graduation ceremony on the field at Keith Bullard Stadium.
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.
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.