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Troy BOE reviews bus costs

Troy City Schools would need more than $945,000 in local funding to create and run a system-wide bus transportation program. Read more

14 hours ago by Stacy Graning.

State hospitalizations ‘out of control’

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama on Monday reached a new high for the number of people in state hospitals with COVID-19, a record that comes ... Read more

14 hours ago by Mike Hensley.

CrimeStoppers offers $1,000 reward for info in Union Springs shooting

Central Alabama CrimeStoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for any information that leads to any arrest(s) regarding the shooting incident at Club Faces. Read more

18 hours ago by Submitted Article.

After nearly 40 years, Williamson retires from PCSO

After almost 40 years of service in law enforcement, Capt. Bob Williamson celebrated his retirement with family, friends, and coworkers on Monday. Read more

18 hours ago by Staff Reports.


“All for the love of Christmas!” That’s why Christmas in Ansley came into being and why it went public in 2018. Read more

4 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

St. Marks services community through growing food pantry

During the nationwide times of uncertainty, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church has remained a constant beacon of hope and humanity for Troy and the Pike County ... Read more

4 days ago by Submitted Article.

Christmas parade will roll this year in Troy

Christmas is coming to Troy and it will be ushered in, as always, with a fun and exciting Christmas Parade. Read more

4 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

Morgan named new E911 director

David Morgan has been on the job as the Pike County E911 director for two weeks. Read more

4 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

Hospitals brace for holiday surge

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama hospitals are bracing for a post-holiday surge in COVID-19 cases since infections were already rising before Thanksgiving gatherings, hospital officials ... Read more

5 days ago by Staff Reports.

State adds more than 2,600 new cases

Alabama added more than 2,600 cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, as experts warned of a post-holiday surge while families and friends gathered for Thanksgiving. Read more

5 days ago by Staff Reports.

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