The beginning of a new year is a perfect time to commit or re-commit to a healthier lifestyle and develop positive habits along the way. Scale Back Alabama, the state’s largest wellness program, begins this year on March 1 with some new and exciting changes.
The nonprofit organization, S.O.A.R. Inc. had to cancel tonight's positive self-talk session for adults 25-and-older at the Tallassee Recreation Center, titled "Being Different", due to health reasons as founder and operator Andrus Love continues to battle cancer.
In a typical year, the Tallassee community is gearing up for the annual Chamber Banquet, but this year, due to safety precautions, there will be no large gathering. However, most of the annual event will proceed in a new form.
The past 12-months have been a difficult time for many. The safer at home order that has been in place for months is helping stop the spread of COVID-19, but that isolation can spark low self-esteem and worsen some mental health issues.
Reeltown Elementary School was recently recognized for its improvement by the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) as a part of the 2021 Legislative School Performance Recognition Program.
There's an old saying, "you only get what you give." Dylan and Haley Daniel have put a lot of work into the large downtown property that was formerly known as the Patterson Building, and after opening Restoration 49 Coffee and Customs last week, there is no doubt that the couple's tireless d…
The city, and social media, was covered in purple on Friday, Jan. 29, to show support for Tallassee native, Lacey Brewer, who is in the hospital due to effects from COVID-19. Brewer has been in the hospital for weeks now and many are praying for her recovery.
Max Credit Union is bringing financial literacy education to over 4,200 students and residents in Montgomery, Autauga, Elmore, Lee, and Pike Counties. Students at 11 schools and the surrounding community will now have free access to Banzai, an award-winning online program and content library…
Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) announced that starting Monday, Feb. 8, ADPH will extend eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations to include people 65 or older, and additional groups of frontline workers.
- Water leak leaves some without water and others with low water pressure
- Jamicah Humphrey drains 52, aims for college as next step
- Tallassee basketball marches into Sweet 16 with win over Talladega
- Class of 2021, family, friends and community remember Mackenzie Gunn
- Tallassee native named branch sales manager for CB&S bank
- A place for everyone
- Silent auction underway
- Benjamin Russell claims third overall on Lake Eufaula, Reeltown takes 16th
- The Attack of the Bridge Buzzards – Part Two!
- SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Elmore County on an early roll, Tallassee shows competitive ability
The coronavirus pandemic is prompting Alabamians to make difficult decisions about how and whether families and friends gather for Thanksgiving 2020.
Gov. Kay Ivey on Wednesday announced Revive Plus, a $200 million grant program to support small businesses, nonprofits and faith-based organizations in Alabama that have been impacted by COVID-19.
Alabamians, like the rest of the nation, have already begun their holiday shopping to ensure they can get the gifts they want and that those gifts arrive on time.
National Teachers Appreciation Week is always held in May, but after an exceptionally challenging year, Alabamians believe educators need another special week.
As soon as mid-December, healthcare providers and the chronically ill in Alabama could begin receiving COVID-19 vaccine, according to a press release from the Alabama Department of Public Health on Monday.
As the school year continues, members of the Tallassee City Schools Board of Education have been working to start construction on a new high school. With plans now firmly in place, school officials said groundbreaking will begin in a matter of weeks.
Downtown Tallassee was filled with children and some adults in costumes, games, toys, bouncy houses, and live entertainment Saturday for the inaugural Fall Festival.
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.
Reeltown High School’s counseling program earned the designation of a 2020 Alabama School Counseling Program of Distinction, evidence the school’s program aligns with the national model for the American School Counseling Association.
The Tallassee City Council voted to pass the 2021 fiscal budget at last Tuesday’s city council meeting. The budget was introduced at the Sept. 8 regular council meeting.
Representatives with the Alabama Supercomputer Authority, along with Rep. Mike Holmes (R- Wetumpka) and Rep. Ed Oliver (R-Dadeville), Tallassee Mayor Johnny Hammock, and many others gathered at the Tallassee Community Library on Friday, Sept. 25, to celebrate the library's newly expanded fre…
Tallassee City Schools' soft reopening will not be extended. Face-to-face learning will begin Monday for all students who are not enrolled in virtual learning.
During last Tuesday’s regular meeting, the Tallassee City Council passed a proclamation that proclaims Monday, Sept. 28 as Family Day and the week of Sept. 27 as Family Week.
For those Elmore County residents who qualify, there is a low-cost option to get your pet spayed or neutered at the Alabama Animal Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic, thanks to a $12,000 grant investment from the Petco Foundation.
The Tallassee Fire Department recently received notification of award from the 2020 Mid-South RC&D grant for the procurement of 10 Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs). These AEDs come with a price tag of $15,980.
The Tallassee City Council held a public hearing Sept. 8 regarding the adoption of updates to the Tallassee zoning ordinance and map as recommended by the Tallassee Planning Commission.