Girl collects toys for area needy children

Girl collects toys for area needy children

At 9 years old, Malia A. Belyeu is already a valuable community asset. She is thinking of others before herself. She started a toy drive ... Read more

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Investigators probe Friday morning robbery

Alexander City Police Department investigators are still working to get to the bottom of a Friday morning incident where a man was apparently robbed by ... Read more

  1. City’s plan a blueprint for the future
  2. Area jobless numbers fall in November
  3. Council to hold budget work session

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New Site United Methodist Church helping build bikes for foster children

New Site United Methodist Church helping build bikes for foster children

The folks at New Site United Methodist Church are working to make sure that foster children across the area will wake up with a smile ... Read more

Dadeville Chamber donates $2,000 to United Way from Denim & Diamonds Ball

With another Denim and Diamonds Charity Ball in the books, the Dadeville Area Chamber of Commerce has made its donation to the benefiting charity. The ... Read more

UPDATE: Report indicates that officer saw Sen. Whatley shove finacee

Court records in the third-degree domestic violence arrest of Alabama State Sen. Tom Whatley indicate that an officer on the scene Dec. 9 saw the ... Read more

Carlisle to remain open

Carlisle Drug Company owners Lisa and Daniel Champion confirmed Wednesday that they will keep the 100-year-old Alexander City business open after the first of the ... Read more

‘Shop with a Cop’ brings special Christmas joy

‘Shop with a Cop’ brings special Christmas joy

Wednesday became Christmas morning for 5-year-old Zy Calhoun, all bright-eyed and smiling at Rose’s as he took part in Shop with a Cop. Members of ... Read more

  1. Groups team to clean up two Camp Hill problem areas
  2. Church of the Highlands acquires property in Alexander City
  3. Beer cleanup after crash takes four hours
  4. Former Camp Hill council member Shelley faces ethics violation
  5. Camp Hill names a new chief of police
  6. City OKs sales tax holiday
  7. BEER BASH: More than 10,000 cases scattered on Highway 280 after trucks collide
  8. Economic Development Alliance targets industry
  9. City council to consider sales tax holiday
  10. Donations make purchase of new fire department ATV possible
  11. Area organization looking to identify hummingbirds
  12. UPDATE Camp Hill man arrested in murder of Auburn football player
  13. E… FP…TOZ: Lions Club offers eye exams for area school students
  14. Reduction in bond granted in for suspect in February murder
  15. Tallapoosa Christian Crisis Center providing meals to seniors in need
  16. Alexander City Police add three new officers to its ranks
  17. ‘Big Mike’ finds his hand-made jigs are a popular item
  18. How safe is Alex City? Officials and realty company survey at odds
  19. Dadeville City Council settles on a candidate to be its next fire chief
  20. Camp Hill set to begin interviews in search for a new police chief
  21. UPDATE: Sen. Tom Whatley addresses domestic violence arrest
  22. ‘Dox,’ RMC’s renovated eatery set for its grand reopening
  23. Local teen charged in Montgomery death released on bond
  24. County schools hear test results

Sports

Wildcats tame Tigers

Benjamin Russell coach Jeff Hines challenged senior guard Antonio Wilson to step to the plate when his team needed him. Read more

  1. Lady ‘Cats prevail vs. Dadeville
  2. HBHS’ Vickers heading to AHSAA
  3. JV ‘Cats unable to solve Talladega

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Columns

Candy can tell you a lot about people

Seeing all the festivals this weekend, costumes in stores and having to remember to pick up candy has Halloween on my mind. But no matter ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

To be a good friend is to forgive

Dear Editor: This letter is directed to Alexander City Mayor Charles Shaw, members of the City Council and the citizens of this city. Apparently what ... Read more

Blogs

United Way kicks off with Pinewood Derby

Henry Foy has a good eye. See for yourself and stop by Emporium Wine in the next few weeks and take in the art exhibit ... Read more

Lifestyles

Ukrainian children get American-style Christmas

Christmas came early this year for seven Ukrainian children visiting Lake Martin through Manifold Mercies’ orphan hosting program. The children, all from the town of ... Read more