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The COVID-19 pandemic stopped the United Way Day of Action last year but organizers hope volunteers will return this year.

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Moderate weather, good food, an ebbing river, Cahaba lilies and friends, what more is needed for a great event? To make it annual.

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A grant and loan application will soon be sent to the Alabama Department of Environmental Management for extending the New Site Water department’s reach.

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They are back. The Air Tractor 802s are buzzing the skies of Tallapoosa County once again.

A highly traveled road between U.S. Highway 280 and Highway 49 will be repaved and it will only cost Tallapoosa County 10% of its costs.

A trip to Smith Mountain Fire Tower and chipped tooth reminded TPI journalist Cliff Williams about the tornado outbreak from a decade ago.

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Tallapoosa County Emergency Management (EMA) will open storm shelters in Dadeville, New Site, Daviston and Tallassee Saturday due to the inclement weather forecast.

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It is a small unassuming freezer set up in the pharmacy of the Bill Nichols State Veterans Home but provides hope of normalcy