March 27, 2008 RSS feed / Community

Utility truck and van stolen; truck found burned

An investigation was conducted by the Clarke County Sheriff's Office and the Grove Hill Police Department after it was reported that a utility truck was stolen from Ray Jordan's Shop on Love Road in Grove Hill. More...

LifeLine ambulance service closing, Jets will cover all of Clarke County

LifeLine Paramedics of Thomasville ceased operation as of 8 a.m. Wednesday, according to Jonah Thomas, company manager. More...

Shortest court term ever?

Clarke County jurors assembled for just a few minutes Monday before being dismissed by Presiding Circuit Judge Tom Baxter. More...

JIC seeking prompt answers

The Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission (JIC) and its attorney, Thomas Sorrells of Dothan, have served Circuit Judge Stuart DuBose with a set of interrogatories regarding his claim of diminished capacity and asked the Court of the Judiciary to requ More...

Literacy Coalition plans workshop

The Literacy Coalition of Clarke County in conjunction with the Goodwill Easter Seals of the Gulf Coast will be offering a free volunteer tutor training workshop for interested volunteers to assist with adult reading. More...

Working for tips for kids

Eddie Slayton, left photo, a board member of the Clarke County Child Advocacy Center, cleans a windshield for tips at Dunn's Exxon in Grove Hill Saturday while center director Mary English, right photo, pumps gas. More...

Clarke United Way falls short of '07 goal

For the first time in many years- possibly ever- the Clarke County United Way fell short of its goal of contributions and pledges to aid a number of social service agencies that assist area residents. More...

Student and friend participate in CCARC's Doo-Dah Parade

Kaelon Davis volunteered to walk his cousin's dog, T-Pain, in the Doo-Dah Parade during the CCARC's yearly fund raiser on March 15 in Jackson. More...

County closes out $7 million LP project

The Clarke County Commission voted Tuesday to close out the project agreement with Louisiana Pacific Corporation (LP) concerning its mill south of Thomasville. The approval is pending final review by County Attorney Bruce Wilson. More...

Burglary reported in Alma community

A burglary was reported to the Clarke County Sheriff's office on March 24 at 1285 Family Circle Road in the Alma Community. More...

'The Foreigner' at BTAPC in Gilbertown

"The Foreigner" will be presented by the Ballet and Theatre Arts Performing Companies at the Gilbertown theatre March 29- April 4. There will be no performance on Wednesday night. More...

Illegal alien arrested for identity theft

An arrest was made March 21 on a hispanic male after a joint investigation with Clarke County Sheriff's Office, the Jones County, Florida Sheriff's Office and Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office in Louisiana on a theft of identity. More...

Over 40 arrests booked through county jail past week

Over 40 arrests were booked through the Clarke County Jail over the past week. Those arrested include: Gregory Etheridge, 48, disorderly conduct, $500 bond, arrested by Thomasville Police Dept. Josh L. More...

Honored

Clarke County Superintendent of Education recently presented plaques to two local teachers for recognitions. Tara Walker, left, was named Elementary Teacher of the Year at Grove Hill Elementary School. More...

Health department moving week of April 14

The Clarke County Health Department will be moving into the new building located at 22600 Highway 84 East in Grove Hill the week of April 14-18. More...

C'ville highly represented in United Way's corporate awards division

Contributing to the Clarke County United Way in 2007 were a number of businesses and individuals. Community Leader Top Giver Awards included the top 15 highest giving organizations ranked by total contributions. More...