Graduation is right around the corner and some students may still be uncertain about what career path to follow after high school. Southern Union Community College Technical Division will host an Open House for both traditional and non-traditional students from 4:30-7 p.m. on Thursday, April 15.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore, representative of Alabama's 2nd congressional district, made a stop at Tallassee City Hall for a Monday morning town hall meeting. The chambers inside city hall were filled with area residents who had some tough questions during the visit.
The rain did not stop the Celebration of Life for Coach Waters. It didn't even damper spirits as the Sports Gin on Cherokee Trail was filled with family, friends, and many others who were positively impacted by Coach Waters over the years.
Governor Kay Ivey during a visit to the Alabama National Guard mobile vaccination clinic in Wilcox County on Friday, April 2, announced that beginning, Monday, April 5, the Alabama Department of Public Health will extend eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations to include individuals age 16 and older.
Wharf Casual Seafood is bringing the coast to Wetumpka. It was announced Thursday, April 1, that the seafood restaurant will open in Wetumpka later this year in the former Shoney's building.
The newest COVID stimulus package carried a $1.9 trillion price tag. Not only did the latest relief bill aim to aid individuals and families that may be struggling during these uncertain times, but it also includes funding for municipalities like the City of Tallassee, which should soon rece…
Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling $193,000 to assist specialized groups that help domestic violence and sexual assault victims in south central Alabama.
Tallassee Chamber of Commerce is hosting the annual Chamber Golf Tournament on April 26 at Wynlakes Country Club in Montgomery. Registration is at 11 a.m., and tee time at 12:30 p.m. This is one of the leading and longest-running fundraisers hosted by the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce.
Several years ago, Bill Anthony suggested that the Talisi Historical Preservation Society (THPS) manufacture some Tallassee Carbines. Out of that dream, realized only after Anthony’s death, came 15 historically accurate replicas of the famed Tallassee Carbine.
Elmore County’s first African American State Trooper, Alexis Rogers, was honored with a resolution from the Elmore County Commission at a meeting on Monday, March 22.
- 7 arrested in narcotics investigation
- Tuskegee missing person case now an active homicide investigation
- Tae Collins signs with Mississippi Delta Community College
- U.S. Representative Barry Moore holds town hall
- Remembering a Tallassee legend, Coach Waters
- Talisi Historical Preservation Society offers “Tallassee Carbines”
- Kim Moncrief to coach South Alabama in North-South All-Star Game
- Wharf Casual Seafood coming to Wetumpka
- Three area softball teams land in ASWA rankings
- Leaps and Bounds: Sam Barlet's evolution as a hurdler and leader
GasBuddy is warning motorists today that the national average may breach $3 per gallon by Memorial Day after OPEC’s meeting on March 4 closed with no meaningful increase in oil production. The group’s large cuts to oil production in 2020 will generally be extended, with just Russia and Kazak…
The Tallassee Redevelopment Authority has commissioned the well-known Artist Steve Lee to paint several murals in the downtown area thanks to a very generous anonymous donation in the amount of $10,000.
The Tallassee Chamber of Commerce held the annual Awards Night on Thursday, Feb. 25 at Restoration 49. The event was held virtually via Facebook Live. This year's banquet had to be canceled due to COVID-19 safety precautions.
In November of 2019, the City of Tallassee was awarded a $250,000 Community Development Block Grant through the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA). The grant has a 10% match, which means the city will have a total of $275,000 to fund the demolition of dilapidated st…
Members of the Tallassee Chamber of Commerce along with a couple of student ambassadors were out early Saturday morning giving away trees in honor of Arbor Day. This year, Cherry bark Oak trees, and Mayhaw trees were given away.
Members of the Tallassee community came together Saturday to remember Lacey Brewer. Lacey had the heart of a volunteer and was a friend to so many. Lacey was so loved that her memorial had to be held at J.E. Hot O'Brien Stadium, which is fitting because if anyone embodied Tiger Pride, it was…
The Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences is commemorating its 75th anniversary with a yearlong anniversary celebration, which began March 1.
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.
Hiking is a great way to get outdoors and experience nature. It is a good way to exercise and experience new things, and in the case of two Elmore County women, it is a good way to support a good cause.
Easter may be more than a month away but the gals over at Southern Girls Outlet, located at 209 Barnett Blvd., are already gearing up for the occasion with a city-wide Easter egg hunt, and the community is encouraged to participate. Beginning March 1, event coordinators with SGO will start h…
Belinda Taunton has been named Branch Sales Manager and Assistant Vice President for CB&S Bank and will be working from the main office in Tallassee.
A water leak on E.B Payne Sr. Drive left some Tallassee residents without water and others with low water pressure for part of the day Sunday as municipal employees worked to correct the issue. Crews began working to fix the water leak on Sunday, Feb. 21, but were unable to get the job done …
The Alabama Department of Transportation and the Alabama Emergency Management Agency are continuing to advise motorists to stay off the roadways when possible while much of the state is experiencing icy road conditions.
A massive winter storm unleashed snow and ice across dozens of states over the weekend before snow and ice expanded into the eastern United States on Monday. However, wintry weather won't be the only impact of the system as it heads eastward. AccuWeather meteorologists warn that severe thund…
The Alabama Department of Transportation and the Alabama Emergency Management Agency advise motorists that freezing rain will likely coat roads with ice in north and west-central Alabama beginning tonight. Furthermore, much of the state will experience freezing temperatures over the next few…
Gov. Kay Ivey on Friday, Feb. 12, signed House Bill 170, sponsored by Rep. Danny Garrett (R – HD 44); House Bill 192 by Rep. Bill Poole (R – HD 63); and Senate Bill 30 by Sen. Arthur Orr (R – SD 3) into law. During the governor’s state of the state address, she laid out these pieces of legis…
Rioters were inside the U.S. Capitol as Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) told then president Donald Trump by phone, vice president Mike Pence was evacuated.
In a typical year, the Tallassee community would be 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.
Restoration 49 Customs and Coffee opened their doors last week, and so did Tallassee Nutrition. In addition to the new business in the downtown area, Southern GirlsOutlet has outgrown its current location and the retail store is seeking a larger facility that can house all of the inventory u…
To promote more inclusive prosperity and advance racial equity, Regions Bank announced it will not finance the state's latest mega-prison construction projects, one of which is planned for construction on Riffle Range Road just outside the city limits of Tallassee.
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.