Due to Alabama's COVID-19 state of emergency, all Alabama Power lake offices and recreation sites are temporarily closed. Our focus is and will always be safety first and to maintain the well-being and health of our customers, employees and communities. Go here to learn more, including how you can still request permits.
Fall and winter are the best time to repair or replace aging structures on the shoreline. Fall on the lake is synonymous with crisp morning air, the fiery color of turning leaves, football, outdoor grills and the hard work of...
For the Reeds, long time bird-watchers who live in Tallassee, the encounter was a sure sign of the resurgence of the bald eagle in Alabama. The resurgence is evident on Alabama Power lakes, where they’ve become easier to spot in recent years.
Leah Rawls Atkins, one of 20th-century Alabama’s most prominent historians, reached the pinnacle of her career six decades ago this year.
Did you know there are ways to cut energy costs while keeping your home comfortable in the summer months and year-round?
Logan Martin dam celebrates a half-century of providing reliable electricity and much more.
Simply put, personal flotation devices can save lives. Remember, a personal flotation device floats; people don’t.