Whether a tornado hits a certain area or not, it never hurts to be prepared. This week is the perfect opportunity as Tallapoosa County Emergency Management Agency director Jason Moran is promoting Severe Weather Preparedness Week.
March 3 all Tallapoosa County voters will be asked to vote on a constitutional amendment that, if passed, will apply to only Willow Point residents inside the gated neighborhood, according to Russell Lands vice president and general counsel Steve Forehand.
Dexur, a data-driven hospital and healthcare news and research service, recently analyzed Medicare claims and found Russell Medical, South Baldwin Regional Medical Center, and Andalusia Health were the top three ranked hospitals with the lowest in-hospital sepsis mortality rate.
The Tallapoosa County Board of Education took a step further in its capital improvement projects by approving a bid for Dadeville Elementary School’s cafeteria project Thursday.
Horseshoe Bend National Military Park’s Visitor Center will temporarily close for renovations beginning Monday as the closure is scheduled to last about five weeks, according to a release from the park.
The Boys & Girls Club of the Lake Martin area has been temporarily shut down but officials said they hope it will be up and running again Thursday. The organization was discovered to be uninsured but is in the process of solving the issue, according to Lake Martin Area United Way executi…
Quitting a bad habit such as smoking can be difficult. The best way to stop is to never start, according to Russell Medical pulmonologist Dr. Adrian Cargill.
Keto, Whole30, intermittent fasting and other trend diets can spark quick weight loss but aren’t final weight loss solutions. According to Russell Medical nurse practitioner Leigh Goodman, lifestyle changes are what keep off weight.
Unexpected pregnancies for low-income women can be shocking but there are resources in Tallapoosa County to help. Sav-A-Life in Alexander City provides free pregnancy tests and educational programs for women and Quality of Life Health Services, a system of federally qualified community healt…
Flipping through bound volumes of The Outlook I noticed a few things about the area.
Nominations are open for compassionate women who work hard and give back to Tallapoosa County. The Alexander City Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for “Woman of the Year,” which is awarded to a county resident at its Lead Forward Women Conference in March.
When the weekend arrives, Ed Collari and his two children know a few hours will be set aside to help keep their community clean. They don’t do it because it’s forced but because they genuinely care and take pride in where they live.
Melissa Mullins may have a daughter on the autism spectrum, but that doesn’t stop her from being a parent first and advocate second.
The Dadeville City Council officially filled its District 5 seat Tuesday. The council appointed lifelong Dadeville resident Tony Wolfe to take the seat previously held by Dick Harrelson, who died Dec. 12.
Benjamin Russell’s Navy JROTC program added some new faces from Dadeville and Horseshoe Bend schools last week. The program officially added students from Tallapoosa County Schools this January after the county and Alexander City Schools announced a partnership last May.