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.
Two people, including a Dadeville woman, have pleaded guilty for their involvement in an embezzlement scheme involving Auburn Bank in Notasulga, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama Louis V. Franklin said.
Tommy Tuberville retired from a college football career where he grew accustomed to recruiting teenagers to play for him, but now he is criss-crossing the state recruiting voters for his 2020 U.S. Senate campaign.
Former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville made several stops in Talllapoosa County campaigning for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Doug Jones. Tuberville was welcomed by all with many seeking photos and autographs with the former college football coach.
Decreased tardiness, a solution to chronic absenteeism and more parental involvement are some of the goals the Alexander City and Tallapoosa County school systems have in the upcoming school year.
Dadeville residents have been complaining for years about dogs running at large disturbing walks, threatening those walking by baring teeth, barking and more.
More than 200 people including first responders, contractors and gas line operators filled the auditorium at the Betty Carol Graham Technology Center Wednesday to get to know each before an incident might occur on one of the pipelines in the area.
Those considering any work along the shoreline of Lake Martin should start the permit process now, as Alabama Power Company has announced its first permit fee increase since 2005 will become effective on Jan. 1, 2020.
The Pride of Alexander City Wildcat Marching Band will present a range of music this year at football halftime shows thanks to the emotions of Benjamin Russell band director Dale Bloodworth.
Amy Clampitt pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and was sentenced to 36 months in prison Monday before Tallapoosa County District Court Judge Kim Taylor.
Fifty years ago today, history was made as the world sat in front of television sets watching as one small step was taken for man and one giant leap was taken for mankind.
The thin blue line will be a little thicker in the area but area law enforcement agencies are still seeking good people to join their forces.
School supplies and children’s activities will be available at the Back to School Jamboree and Fun Day from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Dadeville Recreation Center.
Five current and former Tallapoosa County Schools students have served as Alabama Future Farmers of America student officers in the last six years.
The Tallapoosa County Board of Education on Monday signed a letter to the Tallapoosa County Commission specifying $29.8 million in projects it wants completed through funding from the county’s 1-cent sales tax.
Tallapoosa County Commission chair T.C. Coley expects the 1-cent sales tax tabled by the commission last fall to be voted on at its August meeting.
The Tallapoosa County Board of Education will vote on replacing roofing at Dadeville High School and Edward Bell Career Technical Center’s gym at its Monday meeting.
Summertime means hot weather and days spent at the lake and pool for many but for others it means their home gardens are in full swing. Tomatoes are one of the most popular summer vegetables but as they grow they bring along problems with them.