Lifestyles

A life well-lived

At age 100, Jerold Brantley can’t stand on the street for more than 30 minutes before he has ...

PICTURE FLIPPER

Tough finish

Coming off a heart-breaking overtime loss on the road to Patrician, Pike Liberal Arts head coach Bob Pickett ...

News

Iron Bowl: Vote with donations

The ringing of the Salvation Army’s bell is one of the first “sounds of the season.”

News

Suspect charged with robbing elderly

A Troy man was charged Wednesday with burglarizing and robbing two elderly residents in separate incidents. John D. Mendenhall, ...

Brundidge

‘It’s Thanksgiving every day’

For Larry Davis, every day is Thanksgiving. Just knowing that his son, Al, is down the road working is ...

News

Johnson Center extends hours

The Johnson Center for the Arts has extended its hours over the Thanksgiving holidays so to make viewing ...

Brundidge

Griffin gives hope through meals

Annie Ree Hall slowly opened the door of her home and a smile quickly spread across her face.

News

Adams’ angel honors EBJ

In 1980, Troy stained glass artist Charles Adams began naming his Christmas collection angels after people who are ...

Goshen

Reading contest ends with ‘pie’

Two good sports – one for Alabama and one for Auburn – got a pie in the face.

Charles Henderson High School

Tourney rout

ENTERPRISE - Despite a slow start, Charles Henderson kicked things into high gear and routed Tallassee, 88-38, in ...

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