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Artisans Market to celebrate local creations

Along with Holiday Fest on the River, the West Point Fine Arts’ Artisans Market will take place Friday through Sunday evening.  Read more

17 mins ago by Chris Heaney.

Council updates ordinance on dilapidated buildings

Buildings with fire hazards, structural defects and in general disrepair will soon be on a list of properties the city of West Point will be ... Read more

19 mins ago by Dustin Duncan.

Langdale Mill demolition carries on throughout rain

The demolition of Langdale Mill has been proceeding despite some recent rains. Read more

20 mins ago by Wayne Clark.

Police reports Nov. 14

For information and policies on publishing police reports, email news@valleytimes-news.com. Read more

1 hour ago by Daniel Evans.

Local Veterans remember fallen patriots

A steady rain on Monday morning caused the annual Veterans Day program at Veteran’s Memorial Park to be shifted indoors to the Bobby Crowder Room ... Read more

1 day ago by Wayne Clark.

Veterans Day service held to honor WWI’s 100th

Nov. 11, 2018, marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th ... Read more

1 day ago by Wayne Clark.

LaFayette man arrested for robbing Valley store

A LaFayette man was arrested Sunday morning after allegedly robbing a business in Valley, according to Valley Police Chief Tommy Weldon. Read more

1 day ago by Dustin Duncan.

Days of rain to come in the Valley

The next few days will be filled with rain, but nothing severe enough to cause concern, according to the National Weather Service in Birmingham. Read more

1 day ago by Dustin Duncan.

West Point to discuss budget, unsafe buildings and fees

A new budget, dilapidated properties and collecting fees on 911 calls will be on the West Point City Council’s plate Monday. Read more

4 days ago by Dustin Duncan.

Beulah High thanks Vets

A large group of veterans and their families were honored at a special Veterans Day program at Beulah High School on Thursday. Read more

4 days ago by Wayne Clark.

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