Vehicles spilled out of the parking lot of Elmore Community Hospital on Tuesday morning as county residents waited in their vehicles to receive a Thanksgiving Blessing Box.
There has been less traffic and fewer traffic crashes reported in Alabama during the pandemic, but caution is urged for drivers over the holidays because although there have been fewer crashes reported, there have been more fatal crashes than traffic patterns would suggest.
If you haven’t gotten your flu shot already, the Alabama Department of Public Health, the Medical Association of the State of Alabama and the Alabama Hospital Association encourage you to get vaccinated for influenza.
Elmore County Schools superintendent Richard Dennis is sending out a message ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday to give an update on COVID-19.
Employees of Elmore County Public Schools will soon receive a supplement payment thanks to a measure approved by the Elmore County Board of Education at its meeting on Tuesday.
On Tuesday around 1 pm, Millbrook police officers responded to 2840 Main Street, a Marathon gas station, in regard to a reported robbery. Upon arrival, officers determined that a theft had occurred.
In line with trends happening in Alabama and throughout the United States, COVID-19 numbers are on the rise within Elmore County Schools.
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.
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If you were driving down U.S. 231 on Veterans Day afternoon, it was hard to miss the giant United States flag flying overhead in front of Trinity Episcopal Church.
The Elmore County Art Guild’s Art in the Park event has been rescheduled for Nov. 18 because inclement weather is predicted for Wednesday, the original day of the event.
Over the past week, the Millbrook Police Department has seen an increase in the number of reported property crimes, with most of the complaints coming from the northern portion of the city.
About 60 riders participated in the 11th annual Veterans Day Appreciation Ride that benefits area veterans and took place at the Wetumpka’s VWF Post 4572 on Saturday.
Students at Coosada Elementary spent all day on Friday participating in activities that stimulated their creativity, critical thinking and problem solving skills.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) made its COVID-19 vaccine distribution and administration plan available to the public on Friday. The goal of the plan is to immunize everyone who is eligible to receive a safe, effective and approved COVID-19 vaccine.
Helping to facilitate positive interactions between the community and law enforcement is a task that the Kiwanis Club of Wetumpka has gladly taken on.
Monday night marked a special occasion for Eclectic’s mayor and Town Council as they were sworn into the office they will hold for the next four years.
The newly formed Kiwanis Club of Wetumpka will honor a Wetumpka police officer at its meeting on Nov. 12 as a part of the club’s outreach program.
The Town of Coosada has been awarded $86,273.68 in funding by Gov. Kay Ivey and the State of Alabama for payment assistance of costs incurred in responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Tropical Storm Zeta quickly ripped through Central Alabama Electric Cooperative’s (CAEC’s) service area early Thursday morning leaving more than 36,550 members without power at its peak across the cooperative’s 10-county service territory.
The Elmore County Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Elmore County Highway Department, has issued the following statement for all of Elmore County:RESUMPTION OF TRAVEL STATEMENT: Effective 5 p.m., Oct. 29, conditions have improved and the previous IMPASSABLE TRAVEL ADVISOR…
For 15-year-old Mady Mulder, art has always been a part of her life. In fact, she said she can't remember a time when she wasn't creating art.
Much of Elmore County is without power and some roads are closed after Hurricane Zeta brought intense wind and rain to Alabama.