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Saying thanks to first responders

A freshly cooked barbecue lunch was on tap for first responders at the City of Troy on Thursday Read more

6 hours ago by Staff Reports.

Seeking balance between economy and health

Pike County recorded more than 20 new cases of COVID-19 this week, including both a resident and an employee at a local nursing home. Read more

7 days ago by Staff Reports.

TPL invites summer readers to ‘imagine your story’

The theme for the Troy Public Library’s Summer Reading program is “Imagine Your Story” and the library staff has worked hard over the past few ... Read more

7 days ago by Jaine Treadwell.

Emergency food, shelter funds available

Nearly $25,000 in federal funds is available for supplemental emergency food and shelter programs in Pike County. Read more

7 days ago by Staff Reports.

CHHS Class of 2020 honored with outdoor commencement ceremony

“This is not the graduation that we expected, but we will forever remember this,” said Charles Henderson graduate Vanessa Gomez. Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

Patriot Pals parade for Class of 2020

Pike Liberal Arts School held a parade for the K5 graduates on Wednesday evening. Seniors were also on hand to give out gifts to their ... Read more

1 week ago by Mike Hensley.

TRMC opens new wound care treatment center

Troy Regional Medical Center announced today the opening of Troy Regional Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center, an outpatient facility offering a comprehensive approach for ... Read more

1 week ago by Submitted Article.

Portion of Montgomery Street to close for maintenance

Montgomery Street west of South Three Notch Street and east of US Hwy 231 North will be closed starting Tuesday, May 26, 2020, in connection ... Read more

1 week ago by Submitted Article.

Pike County Farm City receives statewide awards

Alabama Farmers Federation Communications Director Jeff Helms was in Troy Wednesday morning to present the 2020 Best Farm City Committee Award in Division II and ... Read more

1 week ago by Jaine Treadwell.

‘More people are definitely sick’

Pike County has seen a 16.8 percent increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases during the past week. Read more

1 week ago by Staff Reports.

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