City of Prattville

City of Prattville Holds 3rd Annual ‘Parade of Pumpkins’

Halloween is just around the corner, but you don’t have to wait for the 31st to have some fall fun. The City of Prattville is hosting their 3rd annual ‘Parade of Pumpkins’ in the historic downtown area. From October 22 all the way to Halloween day, the public can come participate in free family-friendly pumpkin events. Some of the activities…

CACC Expands to Larger Campus, Adds More Opportunities for Students

Central Alabama Community College (CACC) will now be expanding its campus to a much larger location. Thanks to the Prattville City Council and Autauga County Commission who, combined, contributed $4 million dollars to the college for its expansion. The current campus in the Pratt Mill’s Shopping Center, and has about 200 students attending. With its expansion, the new campus will…

Brantwood Children’s Home Held Annual “Fore the Love of Our Children” Golf Tournament

Alabamians were able to give back to Alabama’s disadvantaged children Thursday afternoon. Brantwood Children’s Home held their annual “Fore the Love of our Children” golf tournament at the Robert Trent Jones golf course in Prattville. Brantwood is a home that takes in abused and foster children to take care of them and place them in new homes. Registration for the…

Ivy Classical Academy Presents Idea to the Prattville City Council for Building A Charter School in High Point

Ivy Classical Academy Presented their plans for a new charter school at the Prattville City Council meeting Tuesday. Ivy classical academy received approval to open up a charter school in Prattville, now they just need approval for the High Point location where they want the school to be built. They believe using the High Point location will help save with…

Prattville Honors Fallen War Heroes with Virtual Ceremony

Remembering our fallen heroes— The city of Prattville held its annual Memorial Day Ceremony today- but in a different way than usual, because of the coronavirus. And while the view was a bit different than normal, residents say the message remained the same. “We still get to walk around and do everything we do because of our military fought to…