Fall and Halloween events happening across central Ala.

The River Region has many spine-tingling and family events that are sure to make your Halloween fun!

  31st Annual Holiday Market continues Thursday

  Tickets still available for concert featuring Montgomery artist

‘Get Fit’ at family fun event in Selma

Amble through downtown Montgomery for annual Zombie Walk and Prom

  SLE Rodeo returning to Montgomery

Players, fans will be busy during Raycom Media Camellia Bowl week

Continued Coverage

Parades, tree lightings help River Region celebrate Christmas

  ASU Homecoming includes Turkey Day Classic, party on concourse, alumni gatherings

  South Alabama Airshow to be held Saturday in Andalusia

  City of Montgomery hosts Veterans Day celebration

EastChase’s parade, Christmas tree lighting set for Nov. 17

Popular Pike Road Arts and Crafts Fair set for Saturday at Marks House

Nation’s top peanut festival begins Friday in Dothan

The 75th edition of the National Peanut Festival will fill 200 acres of fairgrounds with food, entertainment, exhibits and activities celebrating the most popular nut in America.

Pike Road, Montgomery to hold ceremonies honoring veterans

The Town of Pike Road will help the River Region start honoring those who served America during the 7th Annual Pike Road Veterans Appreciation Ceremony to be held on Sunday at 2 p.m.

  Montgomery museum to host Freedom Rider, author Saturday

The Freedom Rides Museum in Montgomery will host author Eric Etheridge and Freedom Rider Catherine Burks-Brooks Saturday afternoon.

  27th annual Peanut Butter Festival in Brundidge Saturday

The town of Brundidge is gearing up for its annual peanut butter festival.

  Pike Road hosts 7th annual Plein Air Paint Out

MANE ready to “Raise the Roof” for fundraiser

Gipson’s Great Grits Cookoff, Festival to be held Saturday in Prattville

Get Fit Selma! set for Saturday at Wallace Community College

  Alabama National Fair starts early this year

  Breakfast for Babies raises record amount for March of Dimes

  Flying museum lands in Montgomery, tour a restored B-17

Your eyes wont be deceiving you this weekend if you look up and see a B-17 Bomber flying over Montgomery.

Let the legumes begin! World's Largest Peanut Boil returns

Luverne will see a lot of traction this weekend, as they do every year around this time, as people come out for the 48th annual World's Largest Peanut Boil.

  Country music star Jake Owen, others to perform in Montgomery Friday

A few country music stars will be in the Capital City Friday, performing at Riverwalk Stadium.

  People file in for Day 2 of Buckmasters Expo

Day two of the Buckmasters Expo was Saturday and the enthusiasts swarmed the Montgomery Convention Center.

Buckmasters Expo Day 1 in the books

Hundreds of vendors packed the Montgomery Convention Center and thousands of people were in attendance on Friday.

Buckmasters Expo back in Montgomery for 25th year

Montgomery will welcome the Buckmasters Expo back to town for its 25th year when it rolls into the Montgomery Convention Center on Friday.

  2nd annual made for moms expo was a success

Saturday's second annual Made for Moms expo had a little something for everyone.

2nd annual Made for Moms Expo held Saturday

The second annual Made for Moms Expo was held Saturday at the Montgomery Convention Center!

Friday Night Fights: Jousting for a good cause

Friday is the night at the Bell Road YMCA!

EatMGM to return for 10-days of deals, contests and foodie events

A 10-day celebration of Montgomery's bites, treats and meals will return for a fourth year.

  Montgomery high school hosts emergency response drill

The Montgomery City and County Emergency Management Agency held an emergency response drill at LAMP High School Thursday.

  'DQ Miracle Treat Day' to be held Thursday

Thinking about enjoying a sweet treat? Thursday you can do just that and help Children's Miracle Network Hospitals at the same time!

Events happening around River Region this weekend

Here are a few events happening around the River Region this weekend.

Rabies clinics to be held at Montgomery County schools this weekend

Over the next two Saturdays, citizens can get their pets vaccinated for rabies at 12 different schools in Montgomery County.

Prattville celebrating National Kids to Parks Day, Armed Forces Day

Saturday, May 19, the city of Prattville will celebrate National Kids to Parks Day as well as Armed Forces Day.

Seafood & Arts Festival offers live music, food and more

The festival is at the Union Station Train Shed from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Easter events happening around River Region

Here is a listing of all events going on over the next week.

4 events to look out for this weekend

This weekend is full of events.

Bark in the Park, ballet performance highlight River Region weekend

Food and fun highlight the events in the River Region this weekend, making it an exciting weekend for families.

Jam-packed Saturday highlights River Region weekend events

Keep a sharp eye out for the events going on in Montgomery and the surrounding areas this weekend.

Volunteer for Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic

From the Prattville Chamber of Commerce:  The LPGA Tour returns to Prattville's RTJ Capitol Hill Course May 2nd though the 8th, 2016.

Prattville to observe Arbor Day on Feb. 27th

The City of Prattville has announced it will observe Arbor Day on Saturday, February 27th at the Autauga County Courthouse from 9 a.m. to noon.

Retired history professor recreates life as an African American cowboy

Michael Searles, who is also known as "Cowboy Mike", will give a historical lecture at both Troy University, and its campus in Dothan, about the shared relationship and history between African Americans and the Native Americans of the Seminole tribe.

5 Points Makers Emporium Pop-up Shop features local artists

Five Points Makers Emporium, in conjunction with Foomatic and Helicity, are doing the annual Holiday Pop-Up Shop event.The shop, located in the historic Cottage Hill neighborhood, features work by more than 40 local artists.

Stealth bomber to soar high above Talladega Superspeedway

A U.S. Air Force B-2 stealth bomber will fly over NASCAR'S Talladega Superspeedway during the 500 Sunday.

Montgomery's ZooBoo offers tickets for volunteers

The Montgomery Zoo's annual ZooBoo needs you! Volunteers for the Halloween spook fest are needed.

Boys and Girls Clubs to take part in nationwide "Day for Kids" event

The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lee County will be part of a nationwide "Day for Kids" celebration on SaturdaySeptember 19 in Auburn.

Hutchinson Missionary Baptist Church to host clothing give-a-way

The Missions Ministry and Mary A. Britton Helping Hands Ministry will host a Clothing and Household Items give-a-way.

All Breeds Rescue and Adoption to host adopt-a-thon in Wiregrass

All Breeds Rescue and Adoption will host an adopt-a-thon across the Wiregrass on Saturday, September 19.

Weptumka "Colors the Town Pink" for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the city of Weptumka is supporting it in full strides with their campaign Color the Town Pink.

"The Lettermen" premieres at the Davis Theatre on April 14

The Lettermen will close Troy University's Davis Theatre season on a high note this year with their signature sound and lush romantic harmonies.

Two radio personalities make a difference on and off the air

Posted by Bryan Henry - bio | email MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -- J.T. and Leanne. Husband and wife, partners in life. "Married with microphones.. it's cloudy and 52 degrees," Leanne said on the radio

"4 Troops" Canceled

MONTGOMERY, AL., -- They are four American soldiers – three men and one woman who served on the front lines in Iraq and Afghanistan. While overseas, music played a crucial and very personal role in all of their lives. All of the songs take on a special meaning in the context that they are performed by these four combat heroes.

Tutors make a difference at Prattville Christian Academy

In a quiet classroom at Prattville Christian Academy tutors Jessica Davis and Shelby Vega are turning the page, writing a new chapter in helping students catch up with reading, math and science.

Crossover Ministry helps former convict make a difference

Physically and spiritually, Sasser felt caged in and then it happened.

22nd Annual Sickle Cell Radiothon

Another great success here in the River Region for the 22nd Annual Sickle Cell Radiothon.

'Woody' Makes A Difference

In a small cubicle at the Central Alabama Laubach Literacy Council in Montgomery Andew 'Woody' Woodcock is showing his trademark patience.

ASU symposium to feature daughter of Desmond Tutu

The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture at Alabama State University will host the fourth annual Robert and Jean Graetz...

Montgomery man's tutoring makes a difference

If there is one volunteer at the Dunbar Ramer School in south Montgomery County who is really making a difference, it would have to be Eddie Scott.

Retirement gives 91-year-old time to make a difference

At 91 years of age Roscoe Brannon is still going strong. "What energy.. what energy.. it's a normal day's work," Brannon says.

Woman makes difference with impressive display

Fifteen years ago Patricia Walker decided to take a walk through history.

Man makes a difference with colors

You could say Ken Johnson is a 'mad scientist' when it comes to prettying up the city of Prattville...

Over 300 prom dresses available for deserving students

Over 300 prom dresses were collected this year for students who may be experiencing tough times in the economy...

Symposium on the Wright Brothers and Aviation

The public is invited to engage in conversation with notable aviation and history scholars and to commemorate a century of flight in Alabama

Prattville man, New Orleans Saints star makes a difference

What a year it's been for Roman Harper. Rushing into town to spend time with family and friends and dashing from one interview to the next.

P.E. coach's unusual field trip makes a difference

They came by the dozens, 3rd and 4th graders showing up at Alabama State University for an enlightened experience...

Prattville's 5th Annual Mardi Gras Parade

PRATTVILLE, AL., -- Prattville's 5 th Annual Mardi Gras Parade will take place Saturday, February 7 th at 3pm.

Making a Difference at the Adullam House

Deep in the heart of Elmore County the Adullam House has captured the hearts of children...

Little girl's idea is making a difference

For much of January the world saw the disturbing images from Haiti, sheer brokenness from a massive earthquake. And a little bit of Alli Middlebrooks' heart broke as well.

Two Montgomery principals making a difference

David Sikes and Pat Kornegay. Two principals at two different schools, two entirely different people yet bound by a common thread...

Carver's PTSA to receive national award

Carver Senior High School's PTSA will be presented with a national award for their innovative approach

Troy students organize Haiti Relief Concert'

In light of the disastrous earthquake in the country of Haiti, Troy students, Micah Grimes and Josh Johnson

7th Annual Mentor Match Cook-Off

The WE MENTOR Program will be hosting the 7th Annual Mentor Match Cook-Off.

6th Annual Dr. MLK Cleanup Event

Britton YMCA's Youth One Montgomery and Student YMCAs will join with youth groups from Goode Street Community Center and churches in the Weed & Seed area to sponsor a cleanup

Retired teacher, wiener dog making a difference

Tucked in a corner in the library at Coosada Elementary School, Betty Pullin says something magical is happening.

EMERGE Montgomery's NYE09 celebration

Last year's NYE08 event was the talk of the town, but this year EMERGE Montgomery is taking it to the roof!

Several civil rights activist visit Montgomery

Several major civil rights activists are in Montgomery this weekend to celebrate the 54th anniversary...

Goshen girl to be honored at city's Christmas parade

The Town of Goshen plans to honor a special little girl at the city's annual Christmas Parade tonight...