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Although the school calendar looks a little different this year with classes scheduled to begin in Tallassee a week later than normal due to COVID-19, parents and students can better prepare for what the school year will hold with the upcoming sales tax holiday.

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As an added precaution during the Fourth of July holiday, the Alabama Department of Transportation is doing its part for highway safety by having no temporary lane closures on Alabama interstates after 6 a.m. on Friday through 11:59 p.m. Sunday.

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After running for three consecutive seasons on WBIH TV29, “DoeNation Outdoors” is moving to WNCF ABC 32 starting in July with a new day and time. Starting Saturday, July 4, the show will air at 11:30 a.m. and continue for 13 consecutive weeks.

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As of 12:30 p.m. Monday, there are cumulatively 36,682 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state which is an increase of 2,077 new cases in the last 48 hours. With today's increase, there have been nearly 4,000 new cases confirmed in the last four days alone.

The large empty lot on the corner of Central Boulevard and Lily Avenue in East Tallassee will soon see upgrades to the green space now the Tallassee City Council has named it Bobby Payne Park.

The Fourth of July is approaching and a group of local veterans, headed up by retired Tallassee physician Dr. Greg Dubay, are looking to celebrate the holiday.

There have been over 22,474 new COVID-19 cases reported in the state over the past 24 hours.As of 5:30 p.m. Thursday, there are cumulatively 22,474 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state an increase of 848. There are also 371 probable COVID-19 cases in the state.In the last 14 days, there …

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The Wharf Casual Seafood has made its way to Tuskegee and kicked off a successful first week in the new part-time location.

Southern Girl's Outlet, located at 301 Barnett Blvd., held a ribbon cutting Saturday to celebrate the store's grand opening. Several people attended the event hosted by the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce.

Readers of The Tallassee Tribune will soon see an unfamiliar byline, as the paper has welcomed a summer intern.

It has been just over four years since the eastside mill was consumed by fire, leaving behind a burnt scar on the city. Since that time, city officials have worked to see the property rid of debris.