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Face Jugs: Collector will share history, insights

Face Jugs: Collector will share history, insights

It’s time to get face-to-face with some unusual art. The Johnson Center for the Arts will host a Face Jug Art Talk at 11 a.m. ... Read more | Add your comment

Latest news

City gets OK on downtown grant

Efforts to revitalize downtown Troy got a boost this week as the city learned it will receive a $40,000 state grant to facilitate revitalization efforts. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Painter of iconic billboards dies  | Add your comment
  2. TPD makes drug arrests  | Add your comment
  3. ‘Taming Katie’ author sets booksigning  | Add your comment

The Latest

Schools ready for Red Ribbon Week

Local schools will be sharing the message of drug awareness and prevention next week as they join in the annual Red Ribbon Week activities. Read more | Add your comment

Absentee ballots due soon

The deadline for absentee ballots in the Nov. 4 general election is quickly approaching. Read more | Add your comment

Commission approves new complex

A new 11-unit apartment complex on Highland Avenue likely will be ready for students by fall 2015. Read more | Add your comment

Lift off: Tickets aloft

Winds at five to seven miles per hour Thursday afternoon prevented the inflation of the tethered hot air balloon rides, but the spirits of the ... Read more | Add your comment

Copeland to sign novel at festival

Nicole Kilpatrick Copeland will be a featured writer in the author’s section of the Peanut Butter Festival in Brundidge on Saturday. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Fall Fun (Photos)  | Add your comment
  2. Towns urges outreach  | Add your comment
  3. State funds will benefit Goshen softball field project  | Add your comment
  4. ‘A Singing’ (Photos)  | Add your comment
  5. Crapps left mark on arts community  | Add your comment
  6. 4-H’ers excel in ‘chick chain’ competition  | Add your comment
  7. Mules take home the prize  | Add your comment
  8. Troy University Symphony Band hosts concert (GALLERY)  | Add your comment
  9. CHHS’s Dobson driven to lead and serve  | Add your comment
  10. Council considers rezoning  | Add your comment
  11. Police warn of warrant scam  | Add your comment
  12. Pilot Club raising funds  | Add your comment
  13. Peanut tales  | Add your comment
  14. Troy BOE approves capital plan  | Add your comment
  15. Pike County BOE approves hires, employee travel  | Add your comment
  16. Clear skies forecast for Thursday’s balloon launch  | Add your comment
  17. A reason to smile: Locals join Alabama Senior Hall of Fame  | Add your comment
  18. Driver flips car attempting to avoid collision  | Add your comment
  19. Peanut Butter festival begins with Brush Arbor singing  | Add your comment
  20. Bulldogs’ Day (Photo Gallery)  | Add your comment
  21. CEO: TRMC ‘ready’  | Add your comment
  22. Candidates file election reports  | Add your comment
  23. State jobless rates improve  | Add your comment
  24. PCHS honors homecoming court  | Add your comment

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Sports

Zion Chapel relishes role of spoiler at Goshen

Zion Chapel relishes role of spoiler at Goshen

In the mind of Zion Chapel head football coach Bradley Bowers, there are two kinds of people in the world: race horses and plow mules. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Trojans kick off season in style  | Add your comment
  2. Kinderick Dent returns to hometown in Troy-South Alabama matchup in Mobile  | Add your comment
  3. Troy’s Hartwell to appear on YES Network  | Add your comment
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Cops, Courts and Fire

TPD makes drug arrests

TPD makes drug arrests

The Troy Police Department made four felony drug arrests this week, one in connection to a reported robbery. Read more | Add your comment

Lifestyles

Tarentum school: Then and now

Tarentum school: Then and now

If the walls of the old Tarentum Schoolhouse could talk, oh, the tales they could tell. Read more | Add your comment

Editorials

Stand up, speak out for domestic violence victims

Ray Rice’s infamous elevator knockout punch brought national attention to the issue of domestic violence, and reminds us once again that this epidemic is one ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

Holohan: Trojans have gem in soccer team

There hasn’t been much to brag about this football season at Troy University. But what if I ... Read more | Add your comment

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 | Add your comment

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 | Add your comment