Many years ago there was a house on the street where I lived called the ghost house. It’s still there and as scary as ever.
Haynes Ambulance is once again the emergency transporter in Elmore County after the county commission approved a new contract at Monday’s meeting.
Elmore County Schools superintendent Richard Dennis told the board of education at a special-called meeting Thursday the system has two possible properties to locate a middle school in Redland and the Elmore County Technical Center.
Tallassee’s Emma Grace Qiaowei Coyle and Eclectic’s James Allen Singleton Jr. have joined the elite club of those who have won the Joe Sewell Memorial Award and John Sewell Scholarship.
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.
As peach season begins, Alabamians can submit nominations for the restaurant with the state’s best peach cobbler in a Facebook competition through April 15.
SOAR Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit organization serving Tallassee, Reeltown and surrounding communities, is gearing up for a variety of spring and summer activities and is seeking sponsors.
As the calendar transitions into spring and summer, Lake Martin Machine Gun on Highway 229 in Eclectic is expanding to allow people to bring their own firearms.
Charles David Davis, 32, of Tallassee waived formal arraignment through his attorney Tuesday after being arrested on child sex abuse charges in March.
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.
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.
Alabama House Rep. Mike Holmes (R-Wetumpka) visited coach John Mask’s classroom Tuesday to honor Tallassee High School senior Kayla Jolly, who recently earned the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.
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.