hurricane zeta

Some Schools to Remain Closed Friday

Hurricane Zeta may be long gone from Alabama, but the aftermath is causing some school systems to close again on Friday. Autauga County Schools, Butler County Schools and Elmore County Schools will be closed. Pike Road Schools will be teaching remotely. The reason is the widespread power outages and other issues the storm caused. The schools plan to reopen Monday….

Downed Trees Leave U.S. Highway 82 Closed West of Prattville

As Hurricane Zeta moved through Alabama, it left behind many problems. In Autauga County, one of the biggest problems involved U.S. Highway 82. The highway, which is the main artery between the Montgomery-Prattville area and Tuscaloosa, had to be closed before dawn because of three large trees which covered the road. The trees contained live power lines. County leaders say…

Montgomery Community Centers Opening as Hurricane Zeta Storm Shelters

Two Montgomery community centers will serve as Safer Places/storm shelters overnight as Tropical Storm Zeta passes through central Alabama. The City of Montgomery will open Sheridan Heights Community Center (3501 Faro Drive) and the Montgomery Therapeutic Recreation Center (604 Augusta Avenue) at 9 p.m. Wednesday to the those in need of a safe place during the storm. Cots and masks…

Troy University Cancelling Classes Due to Hurricane Zeta Safety Concerns

Troy University has announced that all in-person evening classes and activities will be canceled at 5pm Wednesday. The school will remain open until 5pm. The university says this change is for the safety of students, faculty, and staff due to the forecast of Hurricane Zeta. This is for ALL Troy University campuses in Alabama. On-campus residents may shelter in place…