A strong thunderstorm on Tuesday, May 4, produced straight-line winds that caused damage in certain parts of the county as well as widespread power outages.
The FFA Rodeo will be in Wetumpka this Friday and Saturday at the Wetumpka Sports Complex, but before this weekend's main event, Dani Loeb, the first Alabamian to make the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team, and Kylee Campbell, the reigning Miss Rodeo USA visited area schools where they introduced …
The Alabama Department of Public Health has received final guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
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.
The MAX4Kids Foundation is gearing up to host its fourth MAX4Kids Charity Sporting Clay Shoot on Wednesday, April 21, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lower Wetumpka Shotgun Sports Club.
A Montgomery teen was arrested on Friday, April 9, by the Millbrook Police Department and charged with attempted murder in addition to other charges.
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.
- Tapp18 sells out after HGTV spotlight
- Wetumpka man accused of sexually abusing a child
- Herald Fan's Choice Player of the Week
- Three arrests made in Millbrook attempted murder case
- FFA rodeo draws thousands to sports complex
- Ribbon cutting held for downtown's Tourist Trap
- Wilson's no-hitter pushes Holtville to game three in elite eight
- Edgewood baseball advances to state championship
- Bowers' blast, reliable pitching drive Wetumpka past Benjamin Russell
- Stubbs resigns from Main Street Wetumpka position
- PHOTOS: Holtville's season wraps up against St. Paul's
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka takes area softball championship
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka defeats Benjamin Russell in area tournament
- PHOTOS: Holtville forces game three in elite eight
- PHOTOS: Edgewood baseball advances to state final four
- PHOTOS: Holtville advances in playoffs
- PHOTOS: Edgewood splits playoff double header
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka wins area title
- PHOTOS: Wetumpka picks up regular season area title
- PHOTOS: Holtville locks down area title
Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health announced Friday, March 12, that starting March 22, the ADPH will extend eligibility for COVID-19 vaccinations to include people age 55 and older, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and the population defined as A…
GasBuddy is warning motorists that the national average may breach $3 per gallon by Memorial Day after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ meeting on March 4 closed with no meaningful increase in oil production.
With no significant precipitation in the weather forecast for the remainder of the week, the Alabama Forestry Commission is advising people to use extreme caution with all debris burning and outdoor fires.
With spring just around the corner and warmer days on the horizon, it’s a great time to make a few small changes that can improve your home’s energy efficiency. With these easy tips provided by Alabama Power, expect savings and a more comfortable home.
Those hoping to get a glimpse of the black history projects completed by Elmore County Schools students will have a chance to do so on Saturday.
Detectives with the Millbrook Police Department have arrested a Prattville man in connection with a robbery and murder that took place in Millbrook on Thursday.
Americans have always cared about gas prices given the nature of its volatility; it suddenly goes up, it suddenly goes down, all without an obvious explanation.
Ingram State Technical College and Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin are partnering to bring adult education/GED preparation and testing services to Elmore County Jail inmates.
The Elmore County Commission recognized two county residents – Eric Cagle and Jade Eldridge – for their outstanding achievements at its meeting on Monday.
A 25-year-old Millbrook resident was arrested Wednesday after firing multiple gunshots in the direction of another individual, according to reports from Millbrook authorities.
Students in the Elmore County Public Schools district have an opportunity to learn more about American history through the lens of African Americans thanks to a Black History Month project spearheaded by District 2 Board of Education member Wendell Saxon.
Elmore County Public Schools Superintendent Richard Dennis said the district has been busy preparing for today, the day that teachers are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccination.
After searching for more than six years, the Dixie Art Colony Foundation recently announced the acquisition of a 1948 oil painting by Dixie Art Colony artist Lucille Whitten Sharp.
Perhaps a thousand people lined Millbrook’s Main Street on Saturday for the city’s Mardi Gras festival and parade hosted by the Millbrook Revelers. The event was a success despite the day being soggy and rainy.
Elmore County Public Schools’ Chief School Financial Officer Jason Mann is now one of only 23 school finance professionals in Alabama to earn the title of Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations through the Association of School Business International.
Giving back is in the Girl Scout's DNA, and during the cookie program that means giving back through Hometown Heroes. Girl Scout Cookies are yummy and mouth-watering, and who better to share them with than the men and women who proudly serve the community and the country.