May is Foster Parent Appreciation Month, and the Talladega County Department of Human Resources is hoping that more families may find it in their hearts to step up for local children.
The city of Talladega is launching a new broadcast on Facebook and other social media platforms designed to highlight local businesses, industries and entrepreneurs.
A Lincoln woman has been charged with receiving stolen property in the first degree in connection with a vehicle stolen from an airport parking lot in Georgia.
Sylacauga High School has announced that the Class of 2022 valedictorian is Savannah McCartney and salutatorian is Sydney Ezekiel.
The Talladega County Board of Education honored the 2022 scholar athletes of the year during its regularly scheduled meeting Monday evening.
The Talladega City Board of Education asked Superintendent Quentin Lee to provide them with an update on school security policies next month in light of a school shooting in Texas on Tuesday.
In one of the few purely local races on Tuesday's ballot, incumbent Republican Talladega County Sheriff Jimmy Kilgore handily defeated challenger David Latimer, 6,900 to 1,904, carrying 78.37 percent of the vote.
Sylacauga's Mattie Hay celebrated her 100th birthday with friends and family at Noble Park on Saturday.
Tra’Mondez Jayquan “Trey Savage” Lynch was booked into the Talladega County Metro Jail at about noon Tuesday and, according to jail records, posted bond about an hour later.
It should be well known by now that drunk and distracted driving is extremely dangerous, but that doesn’t mean that many high school aged students fully understand that the danger applies to them as well.
The first group of Talladega College interns to go to work for the city of Talladega through the CareerLIFE program were recognized and thanked for their service during a reception at Heritage Hall earlier this week.
The Greater Talladega/Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce is now taking applications from seventh- through 12th-graders for the 2022-2023 Ambassadors Youth Leadership Program.
After 33 years of working with crime victims in Talladega County, Sabrina Hall announced that she is ready for retirement starting June 1.
Talladega Police and Crime Stoppers of Central Alabama are asking for the public’s help in locating the suspect in a shooting in January.
Kevin Dewayne Waldrup, 28, is being held on a total bond of $75,000 on three counts each of second degree assault and leaving the scene of an accident with injury. He has been in custody since Friday, according to jail…
Police are investigating a shooting into a white Chevrolet Impala parked in the yard of a residence on Avenue H, according to an incident and offense report.
OXFORD — The last time Pell City's starting pitcher Katlyan Dulaney and the rest of her senior teammates left the state tournament, they had finished what was then a program-best sixth in their freshmen season.