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Three separate investigations recently took 147 grams of ecstasy, 25 grams of methamphetamine, 88 grams of marijuana, 4 grams of crack and 4 grams of synthetic marijuana off the streets of Tallapoosa County.
Tallapoosa County Schools superintendent Ray Porter said all three capital spending projects were "moving along well" during a school board work session Tuesday, adding he'd give the full update at next week's regular board of education meeting.
Alabama's mask mandate will expire Friday, April 9 at 5 p.m. at which point the state will move to a more relaxed "Safer Apart" health order, Gov. Kay Ivey announced Wednesday.
Local providers are gearing up for increased COVID-19 vaccine demand now that, as of Monday morning, anyone deemed safe to be vaccinated by the CDC — individuals 16 and up — is eligible to receive it.
Lake Scene Directory
- 3 investigations, 7 arrests and 268 grams of drugs off the street
- UPDATE: FOUND SAFE Law enforcement search for missing Dadeville woman
- Outlook Fan's Choice Poll nominees
- Tallapoosa County property tax sale change is near
- Getting to Know: Aubrey Blackwell, Benjamin Russell
- Former Camp Hill fire chief David Berry loses reinstatement appeal
- Alexander City Board of Education expected to choose its new CSFO by Thursday
- Superintendent gives construction updates for Dadeville, Reeltown and Horseshoe Bend
- A Family Tradition
- Alexander City Board of Education selects Cody Patterson as new CSFO
- PHOTOS: Alexander City Fire Department holds training fire
- PHOTOS: Floyd's Feed and Seed still growing
- PHOTOS: Not just an egg hunt, an EGGstravaganza
- PHOTOS: Benjamin Russell called out on the paths a few times in close plays against Wetumpka
- BRHS Freshman Signing Day 2021
- PHOTOS: Dadeville outlasts Reeltown in softball action
- PHOTOS: Benjamin Russell tops Sylacauga in 18-6 game
- PHOTOS: Elmore County defeats Horseshoe Bend
- PHOTOS: Reeltown tops Dadeville to claim area title
- PHOTOS: Dadeville downed Reeltown in Game One
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced a new program last week to ease some of the stress and financial burden wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Monday, Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) moved to its next phase of vaccine eligibility, opening up COVID-19 vaccines to more than half of Alabama adults, according to state health officer Dr. Scott Harris.
Members of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) delivered 204 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to Russell Medical Thursday, the first CAP vaccine delivery in the state of Alabama.
Whatever happens Wednesday night, Alabamians can depend on the 2-1-1 hotline for real-time information says Lake Martin Area United Way, a partner of the 2-1-1 initiative.
The Tallapoosa County Board of Education approved the appointment of one principal and the transfer of two others Monday, all of which will take effect after spring break.
Weather can surprise almost anyone but with possible bad weather on the way, area residents can do a few things to be ready especially with predicted Wednesday night weather.
Alabama Department of Labor secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced today that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted January 2021 unemployment rate is 4.3%, down from December 2020’s revised rate of 4.7%*, and above January 2020’s rate of 2.7%. January’s rate represents 97,726 unemplo…
A $25 million gift from the Russell family will create a geriatric medicine program at Russell Medical in addition to other opportunities for senior citizens in the area.
The Poarch Band of Creek Indians and the operators of Victoryland and Greenetrack would be the only groups allowed to operate full-gaming casinos and sports betting if proposed legislation is approved by legislators and voters.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is partnering with several private and commercial laboratories in the state to expand its ability to identify COVID-19 strains that are known to be more transmissible and may sabotage current progress of reducing cases in the state.
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