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Dylan and Haley Daniels had great intentions when they purchased the Patterson building from the City of Tallassee in December 2017 and today their hard work is transforming it into a beautiful structure.

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Do you have unused medication in the medicine cabinet you aren't sure how to properly dispose of? If so, the Tallapoosa County Drug Task Force has a solution with the latest Drug Take Back Box in Tallassee.

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The City of Tallassee is participating in the annual sales tax holiday July 19-21 to help offset the cost of back-to-school shopping.

Combat veteran Dr. Greg Dubay and fellow members of Operation Combat Bikesaver will hand out free American flags Thursday at the intersection of Highway 14, Barnett Boulevard and Friendship Road in Tallassee.

As an added precaution during the heavily traveled Fourth of July holiday, the Alabama Department of Transportation is doing its part for road safety by having no temporary lane closures on Alabama interstates after noon on Wednesday through midnight Sunday.

Combat veteran Dr. Greg Dubay and fellow members of Operation Combat Bikesaver will hand out free American flags Thursday at the intersection of Highway 14, Barnett Boulevard and Friendship Road in Tallassee.

As an added precaution during the heavily traveled Fourth of July holiday, the Alabama Department of Transportation is doing its part for road safety by having no temporary lane closures on Alabama interstates after noon on Wednesday through …

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City officials helped Gulf Packaging cut the ribbon on an expansion of its Tallassee facility to nearly 100,000 square feet June 25.

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Tallassee doesn’t hold a Fourth of July celebration because it is an industrial town supported by large manufacturers such as GKN, Neptune and Hanil which shut down their facilities for a week to allow for employee vacations, Mayor Johnny Hammock said.

The City of Tallassee will continue spraying for mosquitoes despite questions raised by one councilmember about its safety, the city council decided at its June 25 meeting.

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Recent Tallassee High School graduate Kayla Jolly was presented with a Prudential Spirit of the Community Award distinguished finalist medallion for her outstanding volunteer work.

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When Corrie Sid purchased the Guest House from the City of Tallassee last September, she had a vision for the historic property. Nine months later that vision is clear and beginning to take form.

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A woman conducting a nationwide search for deceased Vietnam War veterans is seeking information on Tallassee’s Richard Clark. Clark was born in Tallassee on Oct. 13, 1948 and perished on Jan. 27, 1969 while serving in the Army.

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The Mt. Vernon Theater was filled with patriotism on Thursday for the annual Patriotic Celebration. This was the second year celebrating at the historic theater. For many years the celebration was held inside the auditorium at Tallassee High School.

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The Tallassee City Council approved painting storm shelters behind city hall at its June 11 meeting but delayed committing funds to several other projects until they could be studied more closely.

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Bracing has been installed and the cause for the partial collapse for the roof at the Hotel Talisi has been uncovered, City of Tallassee building inspector Andy Coker told the city council at its June 11 meeting.

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The Elmore County Humane Shelter has been inundated with kittens this year and officials are urging residents to adopt them or make sure cats they own are spayed or neutered.

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Tallassee Community Outreach, the Tallassee Police Department and area businesses are gearing up for the annual Back to School Bash from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 2 at city hall.

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SOAR Inc. is planning to grill hot dogs and provide activities at the Tallassee City Pool from 6 to 8 p.m. June 24 and July 8 and 22, according to founder Andrus Love.

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The Child Development Institute Head Start serving Tallassee Head Start celebrated its year-end learning activity day May 23 by presenting to families what the children learned during the year.

The Tallassee Community development Corporation and Cozumel restaurant have teamed up for Trivia Night competition every Thursday beginning this week.

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Alabama Power will close its offices in Alexander City, Tallassee and Wetumpka in August, citing a decline in local traffic and trends among customers to pay their electric bills online.

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According to officials at the Tallassee Police Department, a masked suspect robbed Subway on Gilmer Avenue at gunpoint at 10:10 p.m. Saturday, June 8.

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The Tallassee Board of Education approved a plan for a new parking area at Tallassee High School during its June 4 meeting and work is scheduled to begin by July 1, superintendent Wade Shipman said.

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According to assistant chief of police at the Wetumpka Police Department, Ed Reeves, a black male, Jahmari George, 27-years old, of Montgomery, was arrested on Wednesday, June 5, after a pursuit that began at Wal-Mart on Hwy 231 in Wetumpka and ended near Linville Funeral Home on Hwy 14 near…

​To commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the National Park Service will hold a special program about the Normandy landings Thursday at 11 a.m., in Hangar 2 at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site.

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The Tallassee City Council voted May 28 to increase the monthly garbage pickup fee $5 after a cost analysis showed the city losing nearly $100,000 yearly on the service. The cost of the service will go from $12 a month to $17 a month.

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City of Tallassee building inspector Andy Coker had a blunt warning for Hotel Talisi owner Wylie Troupe at the May 28 city council meeting regarding repairs to the crumbling building.