Tallassee's Willie G Moseley has officially released another new book titled, Bakersfield Guitars: The Illustrated History.
The Montgomery Police Department has officially notified CrimeStoppers that missing person Crystal Collins has been located. Collins was reported missing Friday Nov. 19.
If you are a fan of homemade camp stew, you should go ahead and place your preorders because the Tallassee Community Development Corporation (CDC) will be holding a camp stew sale on Dec 3.
Crystal Collins, a former special Ed teacher at Tallassee Elementary School, has been missing from a medical facility in Montgomery for more than a week and now and her husband says he still has no idea what happened to her after she left the E.R. at Baptist Medical Center South early in the…
Crystal Collins, a resident of Tallassee, was last seen leaving Baptist Medical Center South after she was released from the hospital around 3 a.m. Friday, Nov. 19. Crystal's husband Jason Collins said there is no place for his wife to go in that area.
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Brandi Parks, who lives in the Kent community, thought she might have to give up ownership of her beloved pet Chihuahua, Bella after the dog injured its eye and needed surgery that would cost more than $800.
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Kaitlin Fleming may be new to the area, but not new to newspapers. Fleming, the new managing editor of the Tallassee Tribune, may only be 25 years old, but she has worked hard to get where she is.
According to a statement by Eclectic police chief Robert Head, an unknown male entered the bank at 15 Kowaliga Road and handed a note to one of its tellers stating he was robbing the place.
Sergeant Keith Mann has retired from the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Law Enforcement after 23 years of service with the department.
Organizers with Jeep'n on the Coosa, which was held on Saturday, Oct. 2 at the Wetumpka Sports Complex, presented The Elmore County Food Pantry with a check for $3,200 on Thursday, Oct. 14. According to the Director of the Elmore County Food Pantry Kathy Hall, monetary donations like this go…
MaePop's BBQ, located at 3010 Notasuga Rd. in Tallassee, is in the final round of the Alabama Cattlemen's Association's Bama's Best Beef competition. It's MaePop's slow-cook wood-fired beef brisket that's in the competition against Farmhouse & Co. cowboy cut ribeye.
Tallassee councilmember Damian Lamar Carr has been charged with misdemeanor harassment in connection with a neighbor dispute which occurred late last month.