GUN SAFETY: PCSO teaches women how to protect themselves from an attack

GUN SAFETY: PCSO teaches women how to protect themselves from an attack

It’s been more than two years since the Pike County Sheriff’s Office was been inundated with requests for gun safety classes. Sgt. Henry Wentland said ... Read more

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Mother of shooting victim: ‘Pray for my baby’

Jacquerean Marshall has not been conscious since he was shot on Aster Avenue Saturday night. But his mother, Nena Williams, knows he has been listening as ... Read more

  1. Arrow Disposal offers help
  2. Troy University presents honorary doctorate to Roy Drinkard
  3. Brundidge loses beloved ‘Sign Man’

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Swisher’s influence will continue to be felt by community

Sunday was a sad day in Troy as people learned of the death of Bobbie Swisher, a beloved teacher and community member. Read more

Aster Ave. shooting leaves one in critical condition

The Troy Police Department has arrested one person in connection with a Saturday night shooting. Troy Police Chief Jimmy Ennis said officers responded to an ... Read more

Troy seeks public’s help in vending machine burglaries

Troy seeks public’s help in vending machine burglaries

The Troy Police Department suspect the three people responsible for stealing money from Brundidge Piggly Wiggly drink machines may be responsible for other vending machine ... Read more

Chicken Salad Chick coming to Troy (PHOTOS)

Chicken Salad Chick coming to Troy (PHOTOS)

There will soon be a new chick in town. Auburn-based Chicken Salad Chick announced Friday its plans to open a restaurant in Troy. Construction has ... Read more

Eight-year-old donates to animals

Eight-year-old donates to animals

Jack Rainey, president of the Humane Society of Pike County, said his organization, like many others, could use more Madison Whites. The eight-year-old, Crenshaw Christian ... Read more

  1. Through the Barn Doors (PHOTO GALLERY)
  2. Troy University students walk in summer commencement (PHOTO GALLERY)
  3. Brundidge Rotary to hold large rummage sale in August
  4. Humane Society’s pet photo contest off to a great start
  5. Troy University approves shrinking budget
  6. Planning Commission approves lot adjustment
  7. Trojan football to introduce beer sales
  8. Red Door’s ‘Promises’ play has local connections
  10. Police seek public’s help
  11. Prep now for storm season
  12. Brundidge Rotary takes trip down memory lane
  13. Don Stewart begins artist’s talk series
  15. Troy City Council approves Public Works resolutions
  16. Funding efforts ‘rock on’
  17. EDUCATION: Williamson spends summer getting ahead  | 9 comments
  18. ‘Each one, reach one’ declared a success  | 1 comment
  19. UPDATE: Murder suspect caught in Troy
  20. DIG DAY: Kids learn about archaeology at program (PHOTOS)
  21. TCS board reviews uniform, bullying policies
  22. Two exhibits to end on Friday
  23. ‘Christmas in July’ event is this week
  24. Game Warden, Conservation Officer Jinright sees drop in violations

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Richard McBryde verbally commits to continue football career at Auburn More than 85 miles separate Troy from the Loveliest Village On The Plains, but Richard McBryde ... Read more

  1. Expert: McBryde will be great fit in Ellis Johnson’s defense
  2. Pints & pigskins
  3. Semi-pro football team prep for tryouts Saturday
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Fire Calls for July 29, 2014

July 18, Shift A Medical, Smart Road Medical, Hunters Mountain Parkway Medical, city jail Fire alarm, 802 N. Folmar Street Medical, R Street Medical, Gamble ... Read more


Through the Barn Doors (PHOTO GALLERY)

Through the Barn Doors (PHOTO GALLERY)

The Pennsylvania Dutch barn stands like a sentry guarding its past and preserving its future. The big, red barn on the Luverne Highway, stands proudly ... Read more


EWTN case is a fight for religious liberty

A modern-day fight for religious liberty is taking place right here in Alabama, and the outcome will shape the course of our nation for years ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Is this a human rights violation?

The United Nations last week accused the city of Detroit of violating residents’ human rights by ... Read more


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