September 21, 2017 RSS feed / Community

WHY THE LIGHTS BLINKED

Alabama Power crews were doing routine maintenance on lines and a substation at the lower end of Court Street at Highway 84 Monday and unexpected problems caused several brief blinks in electrical service throughout Grove Hill. More...

MONEY FOR SCHOOLS

State Rep. Elaine Beech, D-Chatom, recently stopped by the Clarke County Board of Education office in Grove Hill to present Superintendent of Education Larry Bagley with a check for $6,000. Bagley said the money will be used for technology programs. More...

Peterman Station Arts & Crafts Fest is Nov. 30

Peterman’s 34th Annual Peterman Station Arts and Crafts Festival will be Saturday, Nov. 18 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. More...

SENIOR NEWS LINE

National Park senior discount still a great deal

If you’d planned to pick up a couple of senior passes to the national parks as part of your autumn leaf-peeping travels, you’ll need to increase your budget. The lifetime access pass has gone from $10 to a whopping $80.  More...

CLARKE-WASHINGTON EMC CREW HELPS IN FLORIDA

Lester Brown, Jason Pipkin, Charles Brooks and Canaan Hare (from left) before they headed out to help restore power at Tri-County Electric; a Florida cooperative which was hard hit by Hurricane Irma. More...

TURN THIS WAY

An Alabama Department of Transportation crew was out Monday installing directional “Business District” signs on Highway 43 near the Cobb Street intersection, pointing motorist into the Grove Hill business district. More...

More help said needed at Grove Hill Town Hall

There was talk of hiring an additional worker for Grove Hill Town Hall at Monday’s council work session prior to the official meeting. More...

Howze family claims ownership of part of C’ville Elem. property

Property issues concerning the land where the old Coffeeville Elementary School sits was one of the bigger topics of discussion at the Clarke County Board of Education meeting last Thursday.  At question is part of the approximately 40-acre parc More...

Arnold-Roney to exchange wedding vows Oct. 21

Mr. Mike Arnold and Mrs. Gaylyn Arnold of Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bo and Theresa Roney of St. More...

Baiting deer still illegal

Contrary to what your buddies at the hunting camp have said or what you’ve read on social media, it is still illegal to bait deer in Alabama. More...