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When Wetumpka Area Chamber of Commerce president Shellie Whitfield needed help decorating a Christmas tree, she called on members of Central Alabama Master Gardener Association (CAMGA).

Eclectic Middle School counselor Cynthia Collier’s journey from Elmore County High School to earning a master’s in counseling at Auburn University Montgomery is a story of encouragement she uses to paint a picture of the future for her students.

Wetumpka’s downtown redevelopment plan is close to becoming a tangible reality but is a little behind schedule. The $1.3 million four-phase streetscape project that began in July and was supposed to be completed by Christmas is still in Phase 3.

According to Ka’Laun Hambrite, east central HIV prevention program manager for Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), preliminary data co…

Wetumpka’s downtown redevelopment plan is close to becoming a tangible reality but is a little behind schedule. The $1.3 million four-phase streetscape project that began in July and was supposed to be completed by Christmas is still in Phase 3.

Wetumpka has long been known as the city “Where the stars fell,” thanks to its history with an 85 million-year-old impact crater. 

The second Saturday of every month, except January, is synonymous with fun hosted by the Town of Eclectic.

Police arrested a Tallassee man and two juveniles suspected of robbing an undetermined amount of cash at the Redland Shell Station on Tuesday evening.

Forensic testing has confirmed the human remains found on Macon County Road 2 in Shorter are that of Aniah Blanchard, according to a release from Auburn Police.

For Eclectic Middle School teacher Lori Keel, the family atmosphere is what has kept the Alexander City resident working in Eclectic schools for 29 years.

Tina and Wynn Sanford’s River Oaks Court home has become an annual holiday attraction for locals and residents in the River Region.

Scammers are posing as Elmore County Sheriff’s Office deputies to extort money from people with a threat there is a warrant for their arrest, according to Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin.

Elmore County averaged 58 children in foster care per month during fiscal year 2019, according to data provided by Elmore County Department of Human Resources director Michelle Wood.There are 20 foster homes available in the county, virtually all of which are full.