May 15, 2008 RSS feed / Community

Grove Hill burglary suspect still at large

A burglary suspect remains at large after officials with the Clarke County Sheriff's Department searched for him May 7 in Grove Hill. More...

Reception held at Black Belt Treasures

The work of Clarke County artists is on display at Black Belt Trteasures in Camden. More...

Illegal parking will be ticketed

During the May 13 meeting of the Jackson City Council, Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge reported that the fire lane at Jackson Square shopping center had been clearly marked and his department would begin ticketing those who park there illegally. More...

Bogus check cashed at store

Jackson Police are investigating the cashing of a bogus check at the Pic-N-Sav grocery store around 1:45 p.m., April 27. More...

City of Thomasville looking for cost efficiency

The City of Thomasville is looking for ways to be more efficient in city government. Mayor Sheldon Day proposed the idea Monday of having employees in the Street and Recreation Departments work 10-hour shift four days-a-week during the summer. More...

Foster wins baby contest

The Mt. Zion No. 2 Baptist Church Baby Contest winner is Princess Kaitlyn Danielle Foster, daughter of Karla Pogue and Terry Foster. Grandparents are Cecelia and Emerald Pogue, the late Joe and Lee Etta Foster. Godmother is Bettie Jean Chapman. More...

Suspects arrested in mailbox vandalism

An 18-year-old from Grove Hill and a 17-year-old juvenile were arrested May 1 for a two-week vandalism spree in Clarke County. More...

Horton celebrates 100th

Mrs. Gwendolyn Finch Horton celebrated her 100th birthday Sunday, April 20 at the Jackson Health Care Facility with 60 friends and family members, spanning five generations. She was born April 21, 1908 in Winn. More...

Members chosen for county IDB

The Clarke County Commission approved Tuesday the appointment and reappointment of members of the county Industrial Development Board. More...

Clem stresses need for career tech

"It is so ever important for our academic programs, our academic courses, to integrate career technical education," said Bethany Clem, director of Career/ Technical Education with the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. More...

Man arrested who was wanted by U.S. Marshals

A Grove Hill man wanted by U.S. Marshals on sexual assault charges was arrested early Tuesday by Jackson Police. More...

Chance Baptist Church holds Mother's Day cookout

Chance & Scyrene

The Chance Baptist Church family celeb rated Mother's Day this past Saturday by hosting a cookout for the community, especially all the mothers. More...

Period open for firefighter grant applications

U.S. Rep. Jo Bonner announced Monday the opening of the United States Department of Homeland Security's grant application period for the FY 2008 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Services (SAFER) grant program. More...

T'ville Board of Ed cuts 17 positions

Anticipating continued budget troubles from state and local sources, the Thomasville City School board eliminated 17 positions from its rolls last week. More...