City of Troy Fall Party series continues

City of Troy Fall Party series continues

Due to the possibility of stormy weather Friday night, the Tailgate Party on the Square was moved to The Studio. Open-mic was cancelled, but Casual ... Read more | Add your comment

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Brown Bags and ghost stories on tap at Brundidge Library

The Tupper Lightfoot Memorial Library in Brundidge has a busy month planned and the public is invited to attend any and all events planned for ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Ramage offers updates on city progress  | Add your comment
  2. Old Barn earns title for steaks  | Add your comment
  3. Mobile man dies in wreck  | Add your comment

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FAIR PREP: Workers were busy Monday preparing for the opening of the Pike County Fair.

Workers were busy Monday preparing for the opening of the Pike County Fair. Read more | Add your comment

Oregon shooting affects Troy

A day after a deadly shooting incident at an Oregon college, Troy University officials said they will continue to heighten security on campus and make ... Read more | Add your comment

‘Mama Save Me’ to debut at Troy University Oct. 10, tickets sold now

“Mama Save Me,” a play written by Troy native Makelia Wingard, will make its debut Oct. 11 a Claudia Crosby Theater on the Troy University ... Read more | Add your comment

Pike County Fair to open with demolition derby

The Pike County Fair will kickoff with a bang, literally, on Tuesday at 7 p.m. with its first ever Demolition Derby. Read more | Add your comment



The Pike County Schools 8th Annual Parent Expo hosted an estimated 900 parents Thursday night at the Cattleman Arena. Read more | Add your comment

  1. CGI ready to kick off new project live Monday  | Add your comment
  2. Ninth annual Memory Walk set for Oct. 10  | Add your comment
  3. Reception held for Miss, Little Miss Brundidge, Little Miss Troy  | Add your comment
  4. Randall Barr sworn in as police chief  | Add your comment
  5. Hope begins with Men in Pink  | Add your comment
  6. Driver’s license office stays open  | Add your comment
  7. Brundidge Rotarians hold club assembly  | Add your comment
  8. ArtBridges workshop continues with in-school classes  | Add your comment
  9. CHHS Theater Department to present original play  | Add your comment
  10. ALEA closing 31 driver license offices  | Add your comment
  11. TASTE OF TROY  | Add your comment
  12. The Pike County Fair coming to Troy next weekend  | Add your comment
  13. PCS Parent Expo held Thursday  | Add your comment
  14. Tailgate on the Square event Friday night  | Add your comment
  15. Feathers are flying in the cat and dog fight  | Add your comment
  16. Tennille Church celebrates 100 years with activities, food, music from the past (photos)  | Add your comment
  17. University continues investigation  | Add your comment
  18. Lodging tax to benefit road funding  | Add your comment
  19. Wade Hall of ‘Conecuh People,’ native of Inverness dies at age 81  | Add your comment
  20. Former Probate Judge Ronnie Powell dies  | Add your comment
  21. Rainy day motor vehicle accidents  | Add your comment
  22. Troy police investigating early morning shooting  | Add your comment
  23. Students cautioned after assault  | Add your comment
  24. CHMS honors institute  | Add your comment

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JT Ball and Omari Vaughans named player of the week for their performance in last week's games. Read more | Add your comment

  1. FORGETTABLE: Turnovers and dropped passes doom Trojans in 24-18 loss to the Jaguars on Saturday  | Add your comment
  2. Termites win in tourney  | Add your comment
  3. Eagles win volleyball tournament  | Add your comment
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Police reports for Oct. 3, 2015

Arrest reports: Wednesday, Sept. 30 Hazel, William Wesley, Age 46, Route 4, Failure/Refusal to Display Insurance , Switched Tag, Driving while License Suspended, and Contempt ... Read more | Add your comment


NOT FOR COPY CATS: TES, PLAS students participate in art program

NOT FOR COPY CATS: TES, PLAS students participate in art program

Classrooms around the county were abuzz with excitement this week. Kids were walking around, talking, laughing and peeking over the shoulders of their classmates. Read more | Add your comment


Fairness at core of online tax question

A new tax invariably faces political obstacles, but why should the same be true of a tax that already exists but is not collected? Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

Competition and misbehavior

Turing Pharmaceuticals recently made headlines by raising the price of a drug called Daraprim from $13.50 ... Read more | Add your comment


Now is the time to help those who’ve lost so much

My husband and I were returning from a trip to visit his family in Montgomery on Christmas night and passed by Brantley Mobile Home Park ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

The legislature can still finish strong

The Alabama Legislature caught its share of grief after adjourning from the regular session without passing a budget. Read more | Add your comment