A ribbon cutting was held on Thursday for one of Wetumpka’s newest businesses, Wetumpka Axe.
More people are getting back to work in Elmore County, according to the June unemployment rates recently released by the Alabama Department of Labor.
Elmore County residents who have not completed the 2020 Census have a little bit more time to do so thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau extending the deadline for self-responses.
About 100 Elmore County residents attended the Back the Blue event held at the Wetumpka Police Department on Saturday to pray and show their appreciation for local law enforcement officers and first responders.
The Wetumpka City Council approved the purchase of several pieces of equipment for the new city-owned athletic facility at its meeting Monday.
Less than 1,000 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported to the state over the last 24 hours. It was the state's lowest single day increase since July 8.
On Wednesday Jimmy Allen Monk, a 60-year-old resident of Elmore County and former PrimeSouth Bank president, was sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison after pleading guilty to bank fraud.
Elmore County High School’s Class of 2020 produced more Alabama Army National Guard enlistments than any other high school in the state, according to National Guard recruiter Sgt. Jonathan Benton.
Andrew Michael Blevins, a longtime resident of Wetumpka, has announced he is running for the District 5 seat on the Wetumpka City Council in the Aug. 25 municipal election.
- Former Elmore County bank president sentenced for fraud
- Merchants Market coming to downtown Wetumpka
- Blevins seeking District 5 seat on Wetumpka council
- Wetumpka council OKs equipment purchase for athletic facility
- ‘It’s a seller’s market,’ says Wetumpka Realtor
- Wetumpka 'backs the blue'
- Stanhope Elmore Players to Watch: Strong returning players to make some noise for Mustangs
- Hornsby named Distinguished Young Woman of Elmore County
- Thank you, Elmore County for a warm welcome
- Ivey announces change to online license renewal process
Verizon Authorized Wireless Retailers recently announced its TCC and Wireless Zone stores are donating 140,000 backpacks full of school supplies during its eighth annual School Rocks Backpack Giveaway.
Joe L. Brown, a longtime resident of Wetumpka, has announced he is running for the District 5 seat on the Wetumpka City Council in the Aug. 25 municipal election.
At an Elmore County Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, superintendent Richard Dennis cleared up some confusion surrounding the reopening of schools in August.
Two recently graduated Stanhope Elmore seniors, Laurel Bacon and Conner Bradford, have joined the ranks of Elmore County students to be named winners of the Joe Sewell Memorial Award and John Sewell Scholarship.
Small businesses around the country have struggled to deal with new challenges brought on by COVID-19. The global pandemic has had negative impacts across the economy but local chambers of commerce in Wetumpka and Millbrook are doing their best to combat those effects.
Tallassee Mayor Johnny Hammock voiced his frustrations over lengthy waits for emergency transports at the Elmore County Commission meeting.
More than 1,600 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the last day and hospitalizations have spiked over the weekend, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
A plan for comprehensive upgrades to the city’s information technology systems was among the approved proposals at Monday’s Wetumpka City Council meeting. City IT director Jim McGehee laid out a plan to make updates to the city’s current system to improve and simplify communications between …
Members of the First Baptist Church in Wetumpka have been looking at the damage to one of its buildings for over a year but that building finally came down over the weekend.
As of 1 p.m. Wednesday, the Alabama Department of Public Health reported 38,442 total confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state which is an increase of 906 new cases in the last 24 hours.
An inmate and an employee at Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women died after testing positive for COVID-19, according to the Alabama Department of Corrections.