FUMC hosts Grandparents Day, donates to Troy Public Library (PHOTOS)

FUMC  hosts Grandparents Day, donates to Troy Public Library (PHOTOS)

Author Jay Kesler said that people need something stable to hang on to – a culture connection, a sense of their own past, a hope ... Read more

Latest news

Two injured after accident on University Avenue

A 27-year-old international student at Troy University was arrested early Sunday morning after a two-vehicle wreck on University Avenue. Read more

  1. Ryles takes the stand: Defendant testifies in capital murder trial
  2. ‘Stand in the Gap’ comes to Pike County
  3. Pike County Education Retiree group meets, plans year

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TAC presents ‘Vivace’ on Tuesday

TAC presents ‘Vivace’ on Tuesday

The Troy Arts Council will present “Vivace” at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Claudia Crosby Theater on the campus of Troy University. Read more

Three injured in Park Street shooting

Three injured in Park Street shooting

Just before midnight Friday, Sept. 12 a shooting took place at Skyview Apartments on Park Street. Read more

New fitness studio offer private training, customized programs for healthy lifestyle

New fitness studio offer private training, customized programs for healthy lifestyle

Aspire Fitness Studio on the Square just opened its door in August, offering a variety of health and fitness programs. Read more

Serve in honor: Students volunteer time in service projects to honor those who died on 9/11 (Gallery)

Serve in honor: Students volunteer time in service projects to honor those who died on 9/11 (Gallery)

Troy University student Layton Avery said she couldn’t think of a better way to spend her Thursday afternoon than volunteering at Murphree Park. Read more

Roberts: Remembering 9/11

Roberts: Remembering 9/11

Arthur Roberts Jr. is 49 years old. He has always been a person in uniform. Read more

  1. Family members testify
  2. FNB holds blood drive
  3. Brundidge company cited by OSHA
  4. WOD for Water seeks to raise $50K this Saturday
  5. Pike County BOE offers proposed budget
  6. Local doctors urge caution: Alabama children tested for mystery illness
  7. Jurors hear testimony in Ryles trial
  8. County workers may get more annual leave
  9. Walmart Foundation grant benefits Brundidge police
  10. Female Factor celebrates ‘Sweet Home Alabama’
  11. WET PAINT (PHOTOS)
  12. Two held on meth charges
  13. City opts out of new state tax tribunal
  14. Bright Future: Goshen resident earns national Addy award
  15. Troy woman dies in crash
  16. Testimony continues in double murder case
  17. TCS reviews 2015 budget
  18. Commission backs ‘the rock’
  19. In his shop: Powell finds peace in his shop, years of pleasure in woodworking
  20. Getting ready for the game: rec league practice (PHOTO GALLERY)
  21. Tunnel trailer offers glimpse under ground
  22. Pike County Commission hears budget
  23. August finance reports released
  24. Ryles capital murder trial begins

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Sports

Troy falls 38-35 to Abilene Christian Wildcats

Troy falls 38-35 to Abilene Christian Wildcats

The Troy Trojans have struggled to find an identity within their program following a 0-2 start to the season, and after a 38-35 loss to ... Read more

  1. CHHS vs Greenville: Photo Gallery
  2. Updated: Goshen edges New Brockton, 17-14
  3. Zion Chapel snaps losing streak, beats Calhoun 49-7
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Pike County Jail log for Sept. 16, 2014

Sept. 12 IN Letoniya Cannon, 23, three counts of assault first degree, serving time, 5 p.m.   OUT None   Sept. 13 IN None   ... Read more

Lifestyles

PLAS Excel Clubs volunteer  to place crossties at museum trail

PLAS Excel Clubs volunteer to place crossties at museum trail

The Troy Master Gardeners’ project to define the nature trail at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama with crossties needs the support of the community. The ... Read more

Editorials

Rising to meet changing face of ‘labor’

When Labor Day was created more than 115 years ago, the American worker was a different creature. Read more

Columns & Opinions

When the dawn stopped cracking

Waking at the crack of dawn to the crowing of a rooster gave me a strong ... Read more

Blogs

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

Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Garbage collection service expected

This letter is in response to the article on Tuesday, July 8 about the solid waste collection system being “broken”. Since the trash pick-up became ... Read more