Incident reports of the Wetumpka Police Department from Nov. 12 to Nov. 19
• An assault was reported on U.S. Highway 231. • Forgery was reported on U.S. Highway 231. • Theft was reported on U.S. Highway 231. • Theft was reported on Ready Street. Nov. 16. • Harassment was reported on U.S. Highway 231. Sign up for Newsletters from The Herald. •...
Georgia football has one of it’s ‘most physical, chippiest practices’ as it prepares for Alabama
Georgia having a “Bloody Tuesday” practice is nothing new. It’s a good sign Georgia had one on Tuesday ahead of Saturday’s game against Alabama.
Echoes of History and Legend: The Robinson Springs United Methodist Church
Amidst the rolling landscapes of Millbrook, Alabama, the Robinson Springs United Methodist Church stands as a monument to times gone by. Founded in 1828 and completed in the late 1840s, this Greek Revival structure is not only a testament to architectural beauty but also a chronicler of Civil War history and the enduring legend of Confederate gold. Enlisted on the National Register of Historic Places, the church's walls echo with stories from a turbulent past, including whispered secrets of treasure buried by soldiers under duress.
Main Street Christmas coming to Prattville Dec. 12!
Save the date for A Main Street Christmas, scheduled for December 12, 2023, from 5:00-7:30 P.M. in Historic Downtown Prattville!. At the Prattville Area Chamber of Commerce, we “Love What’s Local” and want to keep the cheer right here in our community. We are proud to partner with the City of Prattville for this annual holiday event, which will feature an array of activities including ice skating, carolers and more!
Autauga County Schools to change registration process for 2024-2025 school year
The Autauga County Schools will be changing how they do the registration and withdrawal process for the 2024-2025 school year, Superintendent Lyman Woodfin confirms. The process will be moving to an online base where enrollment, registration or withdrawal will be made online through PowerSchool, in one central location. However the schools will still be a hub for families to go to for further information regarding registration and other concerns.
WATCH: Can you relate to these reactions from the ending of the Iron Bowl?
Whether you were rooting for Auburn or Alabama - the ending of the Iron Bowl left you with a lot of feelings. With less than one minute left, Alabama scored a touchdown to win 27-24 in Jordan-Hare Stadium. >> 'The Nightmare in Jordan-Hare': Alabama wins intense Iron Bowl 27-24 People...
GOPLAY Calendar for Nov. 30-Dec. 6
Prattville Christmas tree lighting and ice skating opens. A lot of Christmas fun kicks off in Prattville on Dec. 30 at Spillway Park, 130 S. Court St. From 5-9 p.m., ice skating opens. Cost is $5 per person for 30 minutes and includes skates. Skating will continue through Dec. 31. Regular hours will be Monday-Friday 5-9 p.m, and Saturday and Sunday from 1-9 p.m. From 6-8 p.m., there's a holiday DJ and snow at this free gathering. At 7 p.m., the Prattville 35 foot tree will be lit. From 7-8 p.m. have photos made with Santa. More info: Contact the Special Events office at 334-595-0850.
Alabama man killed Sunday evening after motorcycle strikes guardrail
An Alabama man was killed Sunday evening when the motorcycle he was operating struck a guardrail. Officials with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency reports that the single-vehicle crash occurred at approximately 8:32 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26. Randall E. Tennyson, 43, of Montgomery, was fatally injured when the 2015 Kawaski Ninja...
Montgomery to hold 4-day commemoration for 68th Anniversary of the Bus Boycott
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Starting Dec. 1, the City of Montgomery will be holding a four-day commemoration for the 68th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. “As the birthplace of the Civil Rights Movement, our city has long been a symbol of progress and justice. This commemoration is part of an experience unique to Montgomery that offers visitors the chance to explore tangible links to America’s quest for justice, truth, and reconciliation while learning firsthand about that time from many leaders of the Movement, who are still with us today. We are honored to work with our partners and stand on the shoulders of the heroes of the Civil Rights Movement,” said Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed.
Trinity takes down Holtville boys hoops
A big second half from the Trinity boys basketball team spoiled Holtville’s home opener on Tuesday night. In a matchup of only the varsity boys, Trinity walked away with a 70-51 win over Holtville to push the Bulldogs to an 0-2 record. Holtville trailed by only one point, 31-30,...
Coosada: A Legacy of the Creek Indian Village
Nestled in the heart of Alabama, Coosada is a town steeped in the rich history of its original inhabitants, the Creek Indians. The name 'Coosada' itself is derived from the Creek language, meaning 'cane-brake' or 'reed-brake,' a nod to the natural environment that once flourished here. This land, once a vibrant Creek Indian village, now serves as a living testament to the Creek heritage, with its complex chiefdoms and agricultural prowess shaping the region long before European explorers set foot on the land.
YMCA of Greater Montgomery Launches TopSoccer Program for Children with Disabilities
Discover the YMCA of Greater Montgomery's new TopSoccer program, designed to provide a fun, safe environment for children aged 4-19 with diverse abilities to learn and enjoy soccer. Each participant is paired with a 'sidekick' for assistance during practices and games.
Millbrook Council Agenda for Tonight’s Meeting
The Millbrook Council will meet this evening at 6 p.m. in the courtroom of the Municipal Court building. A work session will be held prior at 5:30 p.m. Both meetings are open to the public. Below is the agenda for this evening.
Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program needs adopters
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) -The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program has an urgent need for more people to provide Christmas gifts for children in this area, and time is running out. The Angel Tree program helps provide Christmas gifts for hundreds of thousands of children nationwide each year. The Salvation...
A Freeze Is Likely Overnight!
High pressure centered just to our west will continue to play a big role in helping keep our weather quiet through most of this week. The high pressure system will eventually move east and that will open the door for a cloudy and rainy weather pattern to return. In the...
Alabama Dance Theatre Kicks Off Holiday Season with Performances of Mistletoe
The Alabama Dance Theatre recently presented six performances of Mistletoe at Troy University’s historic Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts in downtown Montgomery. Mistletoe is ADT’s annual holiday gift to the community - starting with an evening celebration of our Hometown Heroes and a morning performance for over a thousand Montgomery Public school first-graders and their teachers.
7th annual 'Helping Hand' campaign
You have a chance to help others this holiday season by donating to the annual "Helping Hand" campaign.
Judge JC Love Honored as Community Hero at Annual Turkey Day Classic
In a ceremony that captured the hearts of many, Judge JC Love was honored as the Community Hero during Thursday’s 99th Annual Turkey Day Classic at the Alabama State University Stadium in Montgomery. This year’s Turkey Day Classic, a much-anticipated event showcasing the historic rivalry between Tuskegee University and...
Inaugural ACC/SEC Challenge: Alabama Men's Basketball to Host Clemson Tigers
• No. 23 Alabama men’s basketball will host the Clemson Tigers in the inaugural year of the ACC/SEC Challenge on Tuesday night. This is the first time since the 2007-08 season that Alabama will host Clemson.
Opinion | The way forward for the Medical Cannabis Commission: Follow the law
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission is starting over – again – and this time plans to award licenses without considering scores from its flawed application review process. The AMCC voted Monday to toss out the scores – ratifying an agreement reached by the Commission’s attorneys and attorneys representing several companies that sued the AMCC over its integrated licensing process.