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Refurbished library opens in Camp Hill

Refurbished library opens in Camp Hill

Once again the citizens of Camp Hill have a place to read and to gather. The Camp Hill Public Library and Reading Room reopened Monday. ... Read more

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Arrest made in vehicle break-ins

Alexander City Police Department investigators have made an arrest in a theft from vehicle case. Now officials are exploring whether the suspect may be linked ... Read more

  1. Parks & Rec teams with area churches for Fall Festival Friday
  2. Camp Hill Town Council likely to have two meetings next week
  3. Pleasure Point case heads to mediation

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St. James Episcopal Church preparing for Holiday Bazaar

St. James Episcopal Church preparing for Holiday Bazaar

Member of St. James Episcopal Church have been preparing for months to ready themselves for their annual Christmas Bazaar this Saturday. St. James Rector Rev. ... Read more

Georgia artist’s work on display at gallery

Gallery 128 at Emporium Wine is holding a special exhibit by LaGrange, Georgia artist Cindy Jamison Fulks. Her work will be on display in the ... Read more

Goody’s donates to Crisis Center

The Tallapoosa Christian Crisis Center was recently the benefactor of another big donation that will help it with its upcoming charitable programs. As a part ... Read more

Election Day is just a week away

Voters will go to the polls in just a week to decide who will lead our area and the state in some very important races. ... Read more

Festival wraps up Chairish Alexander City events

MainStreet Alexander City is celebrating another successful year of fall festivities in downtown. MainStreet held its annual fall festival Saturday, which worked in conjunction with ... Read more

  1. Police, schools work together on Red Ribbon Week events
  2. Auburn hoops coach Pearl helps out Children’s Harbor
  3. Block grants awarded for city cleanup, and county water upgrades
  4. City Pawn finds hidden beauty behind facade
  5. Lighthouse offers haven for those in recovery
  6. Experts: Exercise is a start, but eating right is a healthy essential
  7. BRHS grad Marcus George is now Europe’s winningest football coach
  8. Council working to cut budget in Alexander City
  9. UNITED WAY AGENCY: Palmer Place fills big need in community
  10. Fashion show helps raise funds for United Way programs
  11. Training day: Fire Department burns dilapidated house
  12. Alexander City legend Cecil ‘Sausage’ Bryant celebrates milestone
  13. City sets hearing on unsightly properties
  14. New details emerge in weekend boating crash on Lake Martin
  15. Russell Medical Center is prepared for unlikely arrival of Ebola patients
  16. Hearing date set for former Councill principal
  17. Schools adjust sex offender policies
  18. Attorney: Finley denied due process
  19. Council votes to give retired K-9 hero to his handler
  20. The world’s nativities on display at CACC Library
  21. Camp Hill terminates Police Chief Roosevelt Finley and top lieutenant
  22. Rep. Mike Hubbard arrested on felony ethics charges
  23. Officials remind residents of importance of serving as a juror
  24. Local unemployment rate falls

Sports

Lady ‘Cats look to reload in ’15

Coming into this season, the Benjamin Russell Lady Wildcats had some questions in regards to whom would fuel their fast-paced, attacking style of volleyball. Read more

  1. One more dress rehearsal
  2. Rebels ready for physical tilt vs. Loachapoka
  3. DHS’ Jennings to play in Semper Fi All-American Bowl

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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

We need responsible leadership for better quality of life

Dear Editor, A reminder of a government big enough to give us all that we need is big enough to take away all that we ... 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

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