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Second arrest made for child endangerment

A second person was arrested this week for exposing children to chemical narcotics. Read more

4 days ago by Staff Reports.

US bans WeChat, TikTok citing national security, privacy

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. will ban the downloads of the Chinese apps TickTok and WeChat on Sunday, with a total ban on the use ... Read more

4 days ago by Submitted Article.

Planning board OKs phase III of The Summit

The third phase of development at Oak Park and subdivision of a commercial property in downtown Troy are among the projects approved Thursday by the ... Read more

5 days ago by Stacy Graning.

State increases presumed recoveries

More than 61,000 people have recovered from COVID-19 in Alabama, according to the latest data from the Alabama Department of Public Health. Read more

5 days ago by Mike Hensley.

Storm washes out roads, overflows dams and drains a lake

While the roads flooded, the lakes and ponds drained, all thanks to a storm named Sally. Read more

5 days ago by Mike Hensley.

Pike County advances in Census Bowl

Pike County has advanced to the Elite 8 in the statewide 2020 Census Bowl and is now guaranteed $20,000 for the public schools in Pike ... Read more

5 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

County: 82 roads closed due to damage

As of 10:30 a.m. Thursday, the assessment of the road damage by the Pike County Road Department was that 82 county roads were closed due ... Read more

5 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

Absentee voting underway in Brundidge runoff

With the Brundidge Municipal Election Runoff just three weeks away, on Tuesday,October 6, the candidates for the mayor’s office and the two open council seats ... Read more

6 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

Brundidge council extends budget process

The Brundidge City Council met Tuesday night to take care of several budget-related items including a FY2020 Budget Amendment and the continuance of the FY2020 ... Read more

6 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

Local artists share talents for ‘Bowls’ event

About eleven years ago, clay artists,  Larry Percy and Marion Parker, and Kim May, director of the Pike County Salvation Army, put their heads together ... Read more

6 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

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