January 19, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Georgia woman charged with marijuana trafficking in T’ville

A Georgia woman is being held on drug trafficking charges following an early Saturday morning arrest by the Thomasville Police Department.  More...

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Consolidation of three community colleges com-

Bay Minette – After 13 months of preparation, the consolidation efforts to combine Alabama Southern Community College, Faulkner State Community College and Jefferson Davis Community College have now come to fruition.  More...

Popular Grove Hill business turns 15

Dunn’s Shell celebrated 15 years in business Tuesday. More...

Breakfast speaker says must keep King’s dream alive

The overflow crowd at U and I Events for Saturday morning’s Clarke County ADC Prayer Breakfast celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. showed their dedication to keeping his dream alive.  Guest speaker Troy L. More...

‘Bone’s' and ‘Wing-It’ eating establishments close in Grove Hill

Grove Hill has lost two eating establishments. Bone’s closed at the end of the business day on Wednesday, Jan. 11. The business had opened in Grove Hill in the spring of 2014. More...

Like old times on the Tombigbee

This looks like a scene from the 1800s or early 1900s...a sternwheeler on the Tombigbee River. The “Cotton Blossom” was photographed by Coffeeville Lock and Dam Supervisor Robert Cox as it locked through headed downriver Tuesday. More...

Martin Luther King Day observances around the area

  Grove Hill The Southwest Alabama Improvement Association sponsored the annual march and program in Grove Hill Monday. The group gathered at the monument for a march through downtown followed by a program at the First Church of God No. 2. More...

Why sleep apnea is bad for your health

A poor night’s sleep can leave you feeling exhausted and cranky, but long-term sleep disruption can actually lead to serious health conditions. More...