Members of Wetumpka High School's robotics team have once again put their skills to good use by helping children with special needs.
The Eclectic Town Council voted to reopen Eclectic Town Hall and all city departments now that Gov. Kay Ivey has loosened state mandates regarding COVID-19.
Although the Eclectic Public Library has been open since June 2020, library director Betty Coker said residents have been slow to return to the library.
Elmore County students racked up awards at the 2021 Greater East Alabama Regional Science and Engineering Fair that was held at Auburn University at the end of March.
Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced on Friday, April 16, that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted March 2021 unemployment rate is 3.8%, down from February’s rate of 4%, yet above March 2020’s rate of 2.6%.
Twenty-five students throughout Elmore County have been named finalists in the 2021 Joe Sewell Memorial Award and John Sewell Memorial Scholarship program.
One suspect has been identified in a credit card fraud and third-degree theft of property case currently under investigation by the Millbrook Police Department.
When Elmore County NAACP President Bobby Mays first got the call about a billy club that was used by an Alabama trooper during Selma's Bloody Sunday in 1965, his first thought was that it should be engulfed in flames.
Elmore County High School’s Maroon Machine band hosted its fourth mattress sale fundraiser on Sunday, April 11, and band director Anthony Vittore said the event was a success.
Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded more than $22 million to help Alabamians who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic. The funding will go toward helping citizens obtain shelter and other assistance to get back on their feet.
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- PHOTOS: Wetumpka picks up regular season area title
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- PHOTOS: Wetumpka beats Stanhope to open area series
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka beats Benjamin Russell
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Downtown Wetumpka was abuzz Thursday night as people gathered on the streets and along Merchants alley for Main Street Wetumpka's first installment of the Community Market.
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.
Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of Winn-Dixie, announced Tuesday, March 30, that it would be expanding the number of Alabama pharmacies offering COVID-19 vaccinations to the public.
The Millbrook Area Chamber of Commerce's Board of Directors on Monday, March 29, announced the hiring of Brenda Robertson Dennis as the new executive director for the Chamber.
About 150 families in the Eclectic community received fresh fruit and produce during the Mobile Food Pantry event held on Monday, March 29, in the parking lot of Eclectic United Methodist Church.
Robert Earl Thomas, a 49-year-old Montgomery resident, was arrested by the Millbrook Police Department on Monday, March 29, after allegedly stabbing a man and then fleeing the scene.
The Elmore County Commission approved a proclamation at its meeting on Monday, March 22, recognizing April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month throughout the county.
The people pictured are wanted by the Elmore County Sheriff's Office in connection with a burglary that took place today, March 26, at a business in Titus.
An altercation at the 76 gas station in Wallsboro community in Wetumpka ended with a man sustaining a gunshot wound to the head, according to Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin.
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.
The Eclectic Town Council will hold a second public hearing on Tuesday, March 30, to discuss plan for the expansion of the town's sewer system.
The Millbrook Mayor Al Kelly is asking residents to complete a survey that will be used to help create a downtown area for the city along Main Street.
Millbrook Mayor Al Kelly shared an update on the city's massive sporting complex that's now under construction at the Millbrook Area Chamber of Commerce's Quarterly Luncheon, which was held at the Millbrook Civic Center.
Elmore County High School's Maroon Machine marching band is preparing to host its biggest one-day fundraiser of the year on Sunday, April 11, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Elmore County Historical Society is preparing to host its annual Wetumpka City Cemetery Tour on April 17 and it promises to be a fun way for residents to learn about the county's history through the eyes of cemetery residents.