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The Alexander City City Council received an update Monday regarding ongoing storm recovery efforts, including further details about the extent of destruction. 

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The Alexander City City Council called an emergency public meeting Tuesday to discuss the city’s response to a ransomware attack. 

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A man is dead after a Monday morning fire at a Kellyton home, according to the Alexander City Police Department.

In the next three weeks, the prom dress drive will be back and ready for dress drop-offs. “Prom should not be a burden on anyone — on anybody's family, on anybody’s kids,” said Coordinator of the Prom Dress Drive Laura Lacey.

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Alexander City resident Barron Rae Bevels entered her vehicle with her family on Jan. 5 planning to travel to a basketball game when she said a Ford truck stopped in front of her home’s driveway. 

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Governor Kay Ivey announced today that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted December unemployment rate is 2.8%, up slightly from November’s rate of 2.7%, and well below December 2021’s rate of 3.1%. December’s rate represents 63,412 unemployed persons, compared to 63,004 in November an…

Tallapoosa County Sheriff Jimmy Abbett took a familiar oath of office Monday, Jan. 16 at the Tallapoosa County Courthouse in Dadeville.

The Alexander City Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the organization’s two prestigious annual honors.

The Alexander City Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the organization’s two prestigious annual honors.

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Alexander City Schools (ASC) campus remained unscathed Thursday as a tornado-warned storm caused damage across Tallapoosa County, according to a school spokesperson.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated on Monday, Jan. 16 this year, and Alexander City organizations are planning several events to commemorate the national holiday.

The Alexander City City Council unanimously approved Monday the installation of a new sewer line connecting Wind Creek State Park to Alexander City.