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Tallassee city officials hope citizens will take time to show appreciation to those who protect the community during Peace Officers Memorial Day and National Police Week.


A man from Opelika and a woman from Auburn were arrested Tuesday in the Reeltown area. According to a release, Jeffery Alan Bell, 40, of Opelika, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana first degree and possession of drug paraphernalia. Kay…

Tallassee High School principal Matt Coker presented James Bush with the first edition of the 2019 yearbook, “Tiger Tracks,” Thursday at the Senior Awards Night.


The Tallassee High School Music Department will take the stage for its final performance of the school year in the Spring Show Sunday and Monday.

National Small Business Week is set for May 5-11 and the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce plans to celebrate local small business owners.


Earth Day was Monday and in honor of that the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce will hold the annual Team Up to Clean Up citywide beautification campaign. All week long teams from around the community will be out in force cleaning designated areas of the city.


Former Tallassee police investigator Michael Brandon Smirnoff pleaded guilty Friday to assaulting a handcuffed man, according to an announcement from U.S. Attorney Louis V. Franklin Sr.


The lawn at City Hall was full of eager boys and girls who lined up to hunt Easter eggs as the Tallassee Recreation Center hosted the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday afternoon. According to the director of the recreation center, Rick Golden, there were about 150 people in attendance, whic…


With spring in the air, many have begun to spruce up their yards with freshly planted flowers and shrubs and the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce will soon begin awarding yard of the month plaques to worthy recipients.

The Tallassee Lions Club is celebrating its upcoming 102nd anniversary with the annual Roaring 5K Run on April 27 sponsored by Neptune Technology Group.

A Hawaiian woman who embarked on a project to find deceased Vietnam veterans in her state is asking for help from Tallassee residents to honor their own heroes.

Owner Troy Stubbs announced the Tallassee location of Frios is now open on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon to 7 p.m. after closing for the winter.

The Tallassee VFW Post 5035 is hosting its third annual crawfish boil on April 20 beginning at 12 p.m. to benefit a scholarship fund for Tallassee and Reeltown high schools.

The Tallassee High School Student Council presented Tallaweka Baptist Church pastor Isaac Kervin and the Elmore Baptist Association’s Dr. Ray McKenzie with a check for $3,000 that will go directly to victims of the recent Lee County tornado.

Since taking office, Tallassee Mayor Johnny Hammock, the city council and department heads have collected over $1 million in grant funding and the total continues to climb.