Was it fear of COVID-19 or nothing local on the ballot that kept voters away from the polls?
Thanks to a signature by President Donald Trump, governments in Tallapoosa County will see more than $750,000 in disaster relief for an April 19 storm.
With no adopted leash laws in Tallapoosa County, animal advocates asked the Tallapoosa County Commission for help in dealing with animals roaming freely in the county and city of Dadeville.
Some concern was raised at Monday’s Tallapoosa County Board of Education meeting about accountability with virtual learning options but acting superintendent Ray Porter assured board members plenty of planning and guidelines will be in place to best serve those students.
More than 1,600 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the last day and hospitalizations have spiked over the weekend, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
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…
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Healthcare has its fair share of issues and controversy throughout the country but one such dilemma is the hidden root of pharmaceutical costs, which affect independent pharmacists and patients requiring prescriptions.
Nearly 900 more new cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
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.
Tallapoosa County is full of philanthropic opportunities and its organizations rely heavily on volunteers to adequately achieve their missions. Whether it’s a one-time event or time committed on a regular basis, community members are always needed at local nonprofits and chambers of commerce.
Nearly 1,000 more new cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Alabama, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
The Tallapoosa County Board of Education received a pleasant surprise as it recently opened bids for constructing an auditorium at Horseshoe Bend School. It came in more than 30% under budget.
The state saw the largest one-day increase of new COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic in Alabama, as over 1,000 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the state in the last 24 hours, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
Horseshoe Bend Regional Library is once again on the move with its new Bookmobile vehicle providing library services to rural areas that may not have access to books.
Despite the Dadeville City Council approving a recreation center rental two weeks ago for a meeting tonight, the council voted to keep the center closed at its Tuesday meeting.
More residents of Tallapoosa County may now be eligible for services provided by the Women, Infants and Children program as the income guidelines have increased about 2% from last year.