All out for reading: Pike and Troy Elementary Schools participate in more Read Across America activites

All out for reading: Pike and Troy Elementary Schools participate in more Read Across America activites

Just because Dr. Seuss’ birthday is over, does not mean the fun stops now. As the week continues, students in Troy City and Pike County ... Read more | Add your comment

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Free Arbor Day trees to be given

The Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for everyone to celebrate the arrival of spring by planting trees. Those who join the Arbor Day ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Students host Model United Nations Assembly  | Add your comment
  2. Ala. Hwy. 10 to be resurfaced  | Add your comment
  3. Mentor, friend leaves lasting legacy in Troy  | Add your comment

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Reading provides head start

Reading provides head start

OCAP Troy Head Start is operating at capacity and Octavia Jones, site manager, said there is little doubt that all 120 kids enjoy a good ... Read more | Add your comment

Alabama high court issues ruling on marriage debate

During Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley’s State of the State Address, the Alabama Supreme Court ordered the state’s probate judges to stop the issuance of marriage ... Read more | Add your comment

Troy Junior Women’s League hosts memorial 5K

The Troy Junior Women’s League will honor the memory of one of its own and raise funds for local scholarships through this weekend’s fourth annual ... Read more | Add your comment

TRMC welcomes new doctor

TRMC welcomes new doctor

A new face in the world of medicine has arrived in Troy. Dr. Baoquang Le, D.O. came to Troy and began working at Troy Regional ... Read more | Add your comment

Sav-A-Life to benefit from movie night

Bush Memorial Baptist Church will host a special pre-release screening of “Life Changes Everything” on March 7, with proceeds benefitting the both the local Sav-A-Life ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. County road projects not to begin until 2016  | Add your comment
  2. Troy University’s Sorority Hill under construction for new parking lots  | Add your comment
  3. One School, Two Schools; Pike Schools, Troy Schools  | Add your comment
  4. Local DAC chapter hosts state assembly  | Add your comment
  5. Dad and daughter (Photos)  | Add your comment
  6. JCA hosting scavenger hunt  | Add your comment
  7. Alumnus to deliver Troy University’s Helen Keller Lecture on March 3  | Add your comment
  8. Physicians: Dangerous scoped not used locally  | Add your comment
  9. Kappa Delta hosting Shamrock Run  | Add your comment
  10. Brundidge native painted scenes in new SpongeBob movie  | Add your comment
  11. ACCESS program meets needs of students  | Add your comment
  12. Community Center opens food pantry  | Add your comment
  13. Fantazia Fun (photos)  | Add your comment
  14. Local cast in ‘Broken Skull’  | Add your comment
  15. Plots to be combined in Forest Circle  | Add your comment
  16. Longtime jailer retires  | Add your comment
  17. Troy Police bids farewell to one of their own  | Add your comment
  18. Keeping History: Charles Henderson High hosts alumna speaker  | Add your comment
  19. Sheriff deputy outlines day-to-day activities  | Add your comment
  20. Pageant Beauties (photos)  | Add your comment
  21. Commissioners hoping to see resolution pass  | Add your comment
  22. Transitional period for education  | Add your comment
  23. Cowboy idol kicked up dust in Brundidge  | Add your comment
  24. University to receive city help  | Add your comment

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Sports

Pike softball cruises past Escambia Academy

The Pike Liberal Arts softball team only needed four innings to dispatch of Region 2 opponent Escambia Academy, 16-1, Tuesday night in Troy. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Charles Henderson sweeps double header against Enterprise, remains undefeated  | Add your comment
  2. Troy baseball falls at Alabama State  | Add your comment
  3. Pike softball blows past Northside  | Add your comment
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Cops, Courts and Fire

Police reports for March 4, 2015

Arrest Reports: Sunday, March 1 Minor Arrest for consumption of Alcohol Harris, Sequoia Terrell, Age 30, Dunbar Drive, Domestic Violence Third Degree, Interference with a ... Read more | Add your comment

Lifestyles

The Keys to Murder: Former educator writes first mystery novel

The Keys to Murder: Former educator writes first mystery novel

M. Harmon Hall. That has a familiar tone to it. Sort of like John Grisham or James Patterson or Tom Clancy. Mike Hall laughs at ... Read more | Add your comment

Editorials

It’s time to pay the piper

Any good housewife knows you can only stretch a dollar so far. And you can only live beyond your means for so long before the ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns & Opinions

Lawmakers will face fiscal woes

The first legislative session of the quadrennium convenes next week. It is no secret that the ... 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