Marty Roney, MontgomeryAdvertiser

Marty Roney

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Recent:
  • MontgomeryAdvertiser
  • Govtech.com
Past:
  • The Clarion-Ledger
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • North Jersey News
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • Enquirer
  • KENS 5
  • CBS 8 San Diego
  • ksdk.com
  • KVUE News
  • WKYC Channel 3 News
  • and more…

Recent articles by Marty:

$2,000 in Polo shirts: Prattville police ID suspect, seek another in shoplifting case

The women allegeldy "staged" $2,000 worth of Polo shirts near the door of the store. → Read More

2012 Elmore killing to be spotlighted on Investigation Discovery's 'Murder Comes Home' series

Anna Cardwell was shot multiple times and found dead in the kitchen of the family home → Read More

Elmore County aims to increase lodging taxes

Lodging taxes are viewed as painless taxes by most politicians, with the logic they aren’t paid by residents. → Read More

Prattville's on the grow again as four new building projects take off

The projects under development of construction stretch from downtown to the east side. → Read More

Millbrook man facing child sex charge in Autauga

Qdarius Obrian Melton, 21, is a former Millbrook volunteer fireman. → Read More

The plot thickens: Downtown Prattville lot used for public events actually private property, but that may change

It has become Prattville’s unofficial backyard, the downtown plot off Court Street, near the mill pond dam. → Read More

Suspect in slaying of 'Big John' Williams could stay in jail until 2021 before case goes to grand jury

So it's within reason that the case may not be presented until the January 2021 grand jury session. → Read More

Prattville PD answer deer call. In the middle of town. Off one of the busiest streets.

The buck had injuries consistent with being hit by a vehicle, or possibly being shot with a bow and arrow. → Read More

Prattville plans new fire station in eastern part of city

The location reflects the city’s eastward migration. → Read More

Wetumpka Moving Forward a Year After Devastating Tornado

The facts are cold: Touchdown was at 2:52 p.m., some three miles southwest of the city, according to National Weather Service data. The path, 700 yards wide, stretched 18.1 miles, ending four miles northeast of Eclectic when the storm dissipated at 3:15 p.m. → Read More

One year later: Wetumpka looks forward after devastating tornado

A powerful EF-2 tornado, packing winds of 135 mph, struck the city on Jan. 19. 2019. → Read More

While rain is heavy across River Region, chance of flooding low, officials say

The area has received 5 to 7 inches of rain since Saturday → Read More

Prattville Junior High receives safety award

The award considers a schools safety plan and programs that are in place to ensure the safety of students and staff. → Read More

Wildlife officials in Alabama say there's no need to panic here as deer disease spreads in Mississippi

Hunting generates an annual $1.8 billion economic impact in Alabama → Read More

Get ready now: Severe storms, tornadoes possible on Saturday across River Region

Current forecast models indicate the worst of the weather is expected to be passing through the River Region between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. → Read More

Bill Tatum appointed to empty District 3 seat on Autauga Commission

The seat was open when incumbent Van Smith was elected to the state House of Representatives. → Read More

Sheriff 'Big John' Williams' son fired shots, wounding female, after father was gunned down

This is the first official confirmation of a second shooting in the incident. → Read More

New details in 'Big John' Williams shooting revealed at preliminary hearing for suspect William Chase Johnson

Beloved sheriff was shot and killed in the line of duty on the night of Nov. 23. → Read More

Milbrook police arrest man who pointed rifle at officer

The man allegedly pointed the rifle at several passing motorists → Read More

Enjoy the most special time of year

You know how at most houses Santa gets milk and cookies? At my house he got rum and Coke. Growing up my father convinced my (older) sister, Jan Gagner, and I that Santa got enough milk and cookies at other homes. To be top on his list of favorites, we needed to give the Jolly Elf his libation of choice. When you’re 12 and 6, whose to argue? Christmas is my favorite holiday. It was a big deal in… → Read More