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APD looking for info on car break ins

The Atmore Police Department is looking for information in regard to a string of car break ins, according to officials. Chief Chuck Brooks said in ... Read more

5 days ago by Andrew Garner.

Jay’s Fitness, a gym built to break unhealthy living

Justin Brown is trying to break a generation of unhealthy living. The Atmore native is tkaing a good step in the right direction as he ... Read more

5 days ago by Andrew Garner.

Jay’s Fitness holds ribbon cutting

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5 days ago by Andrew Garner.

First Assembly honors veterans during July 4 program

Six Atmore veterans were honored during a July 4 program on Sun., June 28. The veterans honored included Jack Wright, Marcus Stewart, Robert Craker, Chris ... Read more

5 days ago by Staff Reports.

COVID-19: 246 cases reported in

The Escambia County Healthcare Authority announced July 7 that there have been 246 confirmed COVID-19 cases reported out of its two hospitals. The latest numbers ... Read more

5 days ago by Staff Reports.

ECHA: 209 cases reported from hospitals

The Escambia County Healthcare Authority announced today there have been 209 confirmed COVID-19 cases reported out of its two hospitals. The latest numbers reported include ... Read more

1 week ago by Andrew Garner.

OWA postpones July 3-4 fireworks celebrations

OWA officials announced on via its Facebook page that the July 3-4 fireworks celebrations, as well as all live performances for the weekend, are being ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

White resigns from Atmore Citizens for Change

Loumeek White has resigned from his position within the Atmore Citizens for Change organization, according to a release. “Atmore schools is my priority,” White said. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

COVID-19: Chamber events canceled through September

Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce officials announced today the cancelation of all events planned through the end of September. According to a release, after consulting ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Andrew Garner.

ALEA encourages residents to drive sober this weekend

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Highway Patrol division is reminding residents to drive sober or get pulled over during the Fourth of July weekend. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

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