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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. 

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.

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

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

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.

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

In honor of those who served in the United States military, Trinity Episcopal Church in Wetumpka held its annual Tribute to Veterans event on Nov. 11.

Self-confessed biker Paul Henderson looks like one who rides to live and lives to ride than one who is the leader of a church ministry based at First United Methodist Church (FUMC) in Wetumpka.

Wetumpka’s Boy Scout Troop 13 recently pledged to not pass along an increase of national dues following an announcement by the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) annual fees are increasing in 2020.

Scores of people waited in line to participate in Wetumpka’s annual Candy Walk which draws between 2,000-2,500 children each year. The line stretched from the park behind the city administrative building almost to South Main Street.

Longtime Wetumpka resident Frazine Taylor was presented with the Marvin Yeomans Whiting Award by the Society of Alabama Archivists at its annual meeting held earlier this month in Decatur.

The City of Wetumpka is gearing up to host the annual Color the Town Pink Walk to raise awareness about breast cancer and honor survivors at 2 p.m. Oct. 24.

Main Street Wetumpka hosted its first event at The Alleyway, located between Company and Hill streets in downtown Wetumpka Saturday.

Wetumpka’s Southern hospitality and many of the area’s numerous landmarks were on full display this weekend for members of the Alabama Historic Association (AHA) who participated in the organization’s annual pilgrimage.

Two Montgomery residents are in police custody Wednesday night after a police pursuit that began near the intersection of Airport Road and state Route 14 and ended in the shadows of the Elmore County Courthouse in Wetumpka.