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As federal investigators are in Butler County trying to determine the cause of Saturday's horrific crash that killed nine children including eight associated with the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch, the Lake Martin Area United Way is managing donations.

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The Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch is grieving after the Saturday loss of eight children deeply connected to the ranch. But it is not the first time the Reeltown community, in particular those connected to Reeltown schools, have come together to grieve.

This isn't the first year Woody Woodpecker Childcare & Learning Center has celebrated Juneteenth, but it's the first year they've celebrated it while both a state and federal holiday.

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One woman was transported to the hospital after a hit-and-run collision at the intersection of Cherokee Road and Airport Drive Friday.

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Following the Juneteenth holiday designations Thursday by federal and state governments, Friday will be declared a holiday by Tallapoosa County and the courthouses of Tallapoosa County will be closed.

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Alexander City Fire Department responded to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of U.S. Highway 280 and Dean Road Thursday. One driver was transported for injuries.

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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Nine percent of Alexander City Schools students failed one or more courses in the 2020-2021 school year, according to data shared by the school district "in an effort to be as transparent as possible." In all, 208 kindergarten through 12th-graders failed, more than four times the number of s…

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Three sisters in pajamas, along with Stephens Elementary School service dog Leelee, found the Sun Festival Alexander City Wednesday Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Medallion at the Charles E. Bailey Sportplex dog park.

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Since the October announcement of the location of the new Benjamin Russell High School at the intersection of U.S. Highway 280 and Alabama Highway 63, we have seen many questions about where exactly the school will be. With the council's vote to bring a new retail center development at the s…

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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.

The cycle of thieves rummaging through parked cars continues in Alexander City.