An out-of-town roofing contractor will not have to serve jail time for dumping shingles across Tallapoosa County if he follows his guilty plea agreement.
The double capital murder case revolving around the 1999 death of a Coosa County mother and daughter is headed to Coosa County grand jury.
Lake Scene Directory
- Victim identified after human remains found in Coosa County last weekend
- Alexander City police chief asks for prayers for officer
- A brotherhood beyond the blue line: Machen an integral part of ACPD family
- Bigfoot hunter arrested for attempted murder
- Bradley J. Sanford
- No decision from Alexander City City Council on Benson Community Center
- Castelluccio to offer fine dining, quality service in downtown Alexander City
- Who should get the job? Q&A allows voters to compare Alex City mayoral candidates
- Alex City Schools approves virtual academy lease
- Alabama begins Lost Wages Assistance Program
- PHOTOS: Tallapoosa County organizes Back the Blue event
- PHOTOS: Horseshoe Bend remains unbeaten with win over Central Coosa
- PHOTOS: Benjamin Russell takes care of business against Central Coosa
- PHOTOS: High School Football Benjamin Russell hosts Smiths Station
- PHOTOS: Boat takes on water on Lake Martin during parade
- Lake Martin's salvage crew battles hurricane cleanup
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka football visits Benjamin Russell
- PHOTOS: Kiwanis Clay Shoot
- PHOTOS: High School Football Southern Prep
- PHOTOS: Dadeville gets impressive region win on Saturday
Law enforcement are scratching their heads after a police chase involving nearly a dozen police vehicles ended at Blue Creek on Wednesday afternoon.
The coffee shop Nirvana Latte that was set to open next to Zazu’s Verandah in downtown Dadeville will no longer be opening. The potential owners, also owners of Dyed Pirates in Dadeville, decided to not pursue the venture. Zazu’s owners Rick and Mitzy Hidding, own the building where the coff…
Local law enforcement reported a relatively quiet Fourth of July weekend as state law enforcement reported one accidental drowning on Lake Martin.
Alexander City and Tallapoosa County officials were surprised last week to find illegal dump sites of asphalt shingles. Now they’re even more surprised to see more dump sites and a vehicle matching a description of one that dumped in some areas cleaning up one of the sites.
Tallapoosa Publishers Inc. earned a total of 84 awards in the Alabama Press Association’s 2020 Media Awards, including General Excellence at the virtual awards ceremony held Friday afternoon.