Die-Hard Auburn Fans Weigh in on Tiger’s Peach Bowl Appearance

Tiger fans say win or lose, they're proud of their team's successful season

1/1IMG_0301 Show Caption Hide Caption New Year’s Day is prime time for watching college football. Despite the chilly weather, some Auburn faithful ventured out to Montgomery’s Baumhower’s Restaurant to cheer on their Tigers in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. For Pike Road resident Clyde Allison watching his Auburn Tigers play in a bowl game is rewarding. “Really surprised they did so…

Montgomery Rings in the New Year

City hosts this year's Downtown Countdown at Riverwalk Stadium

1/1IMG_0300 Show Caption Hide Caption The City of Montgomery welcomed in the New Year with a bang at Riverwalk Stadium. Despite temperatures hovering in the twenties, hundreds packed the park to ring in 2018.  The band Federal Expression entertained the crowd with rock-n-roll tunes from a stage set up on the infield grass.  At the stroke of midnight, the festivities…

Whole Foods Montgomery to surprise customers with $50 gift card each day in January

  Whole Foods Market Montgomery announced the store will give away a $50 gift card and a selection “Whole Foods Diet Approved” products every day during the month of January. The Whole Foods Diet by Whole Foods Market co-founder John Mackey was released earlier this year. One customer will be selected at random each day while shopping or eating at the store….

Popular Radio Hosts Leaving MIX 103.3 Morning Show After More than a Decade

JT & Leanne have been a fixture on morning radio in the River Region since 2006

1/1JT & Leanne Show Caption Hide Caption Their voices have brought morning laughter to Montgomery for more than a decade. Radio personalities Jamie (better known as “JT”) and Leanne Thompson have hosted Mix 103.3’s “Married with Microphones” since 2006. “Nobody thought it would work, but it did,” said Leanne. The couple has managed to balance career, marriage and three kids….

Mayor Todd Strange Gives Outlook for Montgomery in 2018

Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange is outlining what sees ahead in 2018 for the City of Montgomery.  The following is his video editorial. Categories: Montgomery, News Tags: 2018, Alabama, montgomery, todd strange

Check Out Your Christmas Tree Disposal Options

Now that Christmas is over, you may be wondering what to do with your leftover live Christmas tree. There are several cities that will take your tree to recycle it. In Montgomery, you can take your tree to one of the regular trash pickup points from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, December 30 or Saturday, January 6. The…

Protecting Your Holiday Haul From Thieves

Law enforcement issues a warning to all holiday gift recipients out there: be careful what you put in your trash

The aftermath of Christmas  sits on the curbs of many homes across Montgomery. Turns out, the boxes from your pricey presents can make you a target, and your trash could become a treasure for wannabe, drive-by thieves. “You start looking at criminals, they’re looking for the opportunity,” said Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham. “When they drive by your house, they…

Montgomery Chosen for New F-35 Fighter Jet

Governor Ivey Applauds Decision to Choose 187th Fighter Wing as Home for the New F-35

MONTGOMERY – Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson announced on Thursday that the Alabama Air National Guard’s 187th Fighter Wing has been chosen as the home for the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Jet. “I am thrilled and very pleased that the 187th Fighter Wing has been chosen as the home for the new F-35 fighter jet,” Governor Ivey said. “This announcement…

Retailers, Consumers Hope to Cash-in on Final Stretch of Holiday Shopping Season

It's just a week to go until Christmas and holiday shoppers in Montgomery are hitting the stores

1/1IMG_0270 Show Caption Hide Caption It’s go time for gift-givers this holiday season. And while it’s true online shopping has hurt retail stores, malls like Mongomery’s Eastdale have invested thousands of dollars to lure shoppers back… and they say it’s working. “Up to this point, it’s been a fantastic season for us here at Eastdale,” said Eastdale Mall’s General Manager David Hagood….

Montgomery Police Investigating Murder

They say it was an incident of Domestic Violence

The Police identify the victim as a 32 year old Montgomery resident— Vantrell Flynn. He died last night at the Taylor Crossing apartment complex in the 7-thousand block of taylor road, No arrests so far. If you have information call montgomery police at 241-26-51 Categories: Montgomery Tags: Domestic Violence, montgomery, Murder