The Tallassee Rotary Club welcomed Rotary District Governor for District 6880 Jerry Blacklaw and his wife Cynthia to the Nov. 19 meeting that was held at the 1220 Café.
From its unassuming beginnings in 1983, The Learning Tree Inc. has grown into an agency that plays a significant role in educating children and adolescents who have some of the most severe disability- related challenges. The Learning Tree now serves more than 700 of Alabama’s children.
Lela Ann Hall is 18 years old and will graduate from Elmore County High School this spring. Hall recently signed a letter of intent to Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri, with an academic and athletic scholarship. Hall will be a member of the university’s cheer/stunt team. Hal…
Once the Thanksgiving leftovers have been put away, many set their sights on Christmas and fulfilling the holiday wish list. This means shopping, and the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce reminds everyone to shop local on Saturday, Nov. 28, which is designated as this year’s Small Business Saturday.
Saturday morning, members of the Tallassee Rotary Club wrapped up the club’s 2020 Boston Butt Sale this weekend at God’s Congregational Holiness Church, located at 508 Jordan Ave, where preorders were picked up from 10:30 a.m. until noon.
- Hotel Talisi invaded by group of feral cats
- Tallassee honors Southside Middle School teacher Mahua Ghosh
- Mayor questions prison naysayers
- Research and facts trump feelings
- Westside Independent Baptist holds bake sale
- Elmore County High School student signs with Southwest Baptist University cheer/stunt team
- City of Tallassee honors Community Home Health and Hospice
- Tallassee Elementary student gives thanks to bus drivers
- Tallassee Rotary Club wraps successful Boston Butt sale
- Small Business Saturday set for this weekend in Tallassee
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Downtown Tallassee was filled with children and some adults in costumes, games, toys, bouncy houses, and live entertainment Saturday for the inaugural Fall Festival.
MAX Credit Union held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the move to the 1415 Gilmer Ave. location at noon last Wednesday. During the ceremony, MAX gave $5,000 to Tallassee City Schools to show support in the Tallassee community.
Tallassee's Lexii Hutchinson, the owner of Lexii's Nutty Creations, has organized a Halloween Pop-Up Shop from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31 at the 1220 Event Center, located at 1220 Gilmer Ave.
On Saturday, a Tallapoosa County sheriff’s deputy conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road near Lovelady Road in Tallassee. During the stop approximately 25 grams of methamphetamine, 24 grams of marijuana and over 160 prescription pills were confiscated. In…
Are you in need of a hearing aid but are having financial difficulties? The Miracle-Ear Foundation's Miracle Mission 2020 Gift of Sound Program maybe be able to help.
The Tallassee Rotary Club has scheduled a Boston Butt Fundraiser to help fund the club's scholarship fund, which provides scholarships to deserving students at Tallassee High School.
The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce along with the Tallassee Community Development Corporation held a downtown business owner roundtable at the chamber office Thursday to become better acquainted and generate ideas for the historic district.
Author James Brown reports his best sales of “The Nursing Home Book” come from the Apothecary Pharmacy in Tallassee. Now the fictional author has released a new work titled,
It's that time again — time for Tallassee area residents to begin transforming empty shoeboxes into gifts of hope filled with school supplies, hygiene items, notes of encouragement and fun toys, such as a doll or soccer ball. Operation Christmas Child will deliver these shoebox gifts to chil…
The owners of Southern Girls Outlet in downtown Tallassee are planning a fall festival on Saturday, Oct. 31, that will include something fun for everyone. The excitement will begin at noon and end around 7 p.m.
Gov. Kay Ivey called on residents across the state to pay tribute to health care heroes for their continued efforts in fighting the COVID-19 virus. In her proclamation, the governor asked Alabamians to thank these heroes by leaving their porch lights on every Friday in October and showing th…