July 20, 2017 RSS feed / Community

HOUSE MOVE A BUST

The house that had been the office for the old Stephens pallet mill is being moved to make way for the Purple Cow convenience store that will locate on the property. The house was cut in half, with the newer part that had been added moved first. More...

DUI issued to local man on golf cart

A midnight golf cart ride ended in a DUI ticket for Jason Huckabee this past Saturday night/Sunday morning.  Grove Hill Police officer Robbie Tillman spotted Huckabee, along with some other adults and juveniles on the golf cart.  After Till More...

Corrections:

Gillmore story   A few corrections on the Jimmy Gillmore story from last week. They may be minor but we want to set the record straight on this story that drew so many comments.  More...

Reynolds-Capriglione to wed in Spain Sept. 20

Paula Reynolds of Alpharetta, Ga., formerly of Thomasville, announces the engagement of her daughter, Jessica Reynolds, to Mitchell Capriglione, son of Peter and Elaine Capriglione of Raleigh, N.C.  Miss Reynolds is also the daughter of the late More...

Alabama Pharmacy Assoc. gives student professionalism award to Chris Squires

The Alabama Pharmacy Association (APA) awarded Christopher Squires, of Grove Hill, the R. Lee Evans Student Professionalism Award on June 20, 2017 at APA’s Annual Convention held in Destin, FL at the Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort. More...

Back-to-School sales tax holiday July 21-23

With schools opening earlier and earlier, the annual statewide Back-to- School Sales Tax Holiday has been moved up as well.  This week the tax-free sale for school supplies will be Friday, July 21 through Sunday, July 23.  More...

Have open wound or sore? Stay out of the water!

Many harmful organisms lurk in lakes, rivers, along the coast, and in other bodies of water. Some bacteria may lead to destructive soft-tissue infections and other illnesses, the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) cautions. More...

TAKING DOWN, SPRUCING UP

Professional tree trimmer Johnny Pezent took down some unsightly pecan trees at the Clarke County Museum last week. The trees had been trimmed some time ago but appeared to be dead or dying and were not putting on new leaves and limbs. More...

Kania-Sawyer to marry Aug. 19 in Birmingham

Dr. and Mrs. Gary Kania of Thomasville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Beth Kania, to Hayden Sawyer son of Dr. and Mrs. David Sawyer of Pell City.  Miss Kania is the granddaughter of Mrs. More...

ART CAMP

Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center held its end of camp program Friday, July 14. More...