Although the organization is not located in Lake Martin Area United Way’s coverage area of Tallapoosa and Coosa counties, The Learning Tree of Tallasee’s homes in Tallapoosa County benefit financially from the group.
At the far northern end of Lake Martin near Jacksons Gap sits the Easterseals Camp ASCCA (Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults). A year-round camp designed for people with disabilities and health impairments, Camp ASCCA offers exciting programs and activities for those who attend a…
Although teenage vaping is a national issue, it is not that prevalent in schools in Tallapoosa County, officials said. Dadeville High School and Benjamin Russell both had one incident this year and Alexander City Middle School has had only one incident in two years.
What looked like a wedding outside Dadeville’s Mitchell House on Sunday with seats neatly placed in front of the house and a tent space behind the residence was actually ribbon cutting and open house for the community.
Subway in Dadeville is inspected Tuesday morning after a car drove through the side of the business. Only minor injuries were reported. The Dadeville fire and police departments, Tallapoosa EMS and Tallapoosa EMA responded. The county engineering department, water department and Alabama Powe…
Tallapoosa County School System bus driver starting base pay is lower than the starting salaries of other drivers in Clay, Elmore, Coosa and Lee counties’ school systems and Alexander City Schools. It is something county school superintendent Joe Windle said the system is addressing.
Alexander City and Tallapoosa County schools are putting funds from the Education Trust Fund Advancement and Technology Fund (A&T) to use through security cameras, audio enhancement and completing the 1-to-1 initiative.
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.
Exciting things will be reported at Lake Martin Area United Way’s annual campaign kickoff event set to begin 5:30 p.m. Tuesday evening at the Betty Carol Graham Center at Central Alabama Community College.
Officials with the Lake Martin Area Economic Development Alliance said there is a limited number of available buildings for industry in the area. To solve part of the problem, it is seeking help from the Tallapoosa County Commission to build a spec building and to get a certification to appe…
Today is National Senior Citizens Day according to National Calendar Day but every day is senior citizen day in Alexander City.
Lake Martin Living magazine has hosted its annual art and photography contest for three decades, and this year the event is growing to incorporate more businesses, more art and more all-day fun.
The Tallapoosa County Board of Education tabled a vote Monday to approve a professional program management services agreement contract with Volkert for Reeltown school projects.
There has not been an increase in ad valorem taxes but Tallapoosa County is expecting to haul in more than $1 million in additional property tax revenue according to Tallapoosa County Revenue Commissioner Eva Middlebrooks.
Out-of-district placement in the Tallapoosa County School System is not as common as it seems. Currently one family living in the Dadeville area zone has its two children commuting to Horseshoe Bend School for the 2019-20 year.
New Dadeville Police Department officers Colton Ankers and Kalie Abbett have barely been out of the police academy but are already seeing action in the field. Both assisted with a Dadeville animal hoarding case earlier this week.
The Tri-County Children’s Advocacy Center and the Alabama Sheriff’s Girls Ranch fight every day for children so the partnership was natural for the fundraiser Duck Norris Derby at Chuck’s Marina on Saturday.
Sixteen cats and 14 dogs were delivered to the Lake Martin Animal Shelter on Monday evening following an animal cruelty investigation by the Dadeville Police Department and the Village Street pet owners surrendered their animals to authorities.
The Dadeville Police Department seized nearly 30 dogs, cats, duck and pigs and left behind ferrets and birds while arresting three adults on animal cruelty charges Monday.
Parents turned their shoulders to shield themselves from their children and to wipe tears away on the first day of school Thursday in Dadeville.
Students obeyed parents and entered the halls of Dadeville Elementary School and Dadeville High School Thursday on the first day of school. Parents took photographs of the occasion and some wiped tears from their eyes as they said good bye.