November 13, 2008 RSS feed / Community

Six to eight months until T'ville Big Macs are back

The Thomasville City Council had a routine meeting Monday night. More...

McLendon named branch manager, VP for First United Security Bank, Grove Hill

Kim McLendon has recently been named Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President for First United Security Bank's Grove Hill office according to Bank President/CEO Terry Phillips. More...

Census workers needed

The U.S. Census Bureau is getting ready for the 2010 Census. In spring of 2009 and early 2010 thousands of temporary jobs will be created for census workers to help gather data for the census. More...

Mother takes exception to story

The mother of a Thomasville man missing since 2003 took issue with an article in The Democrat last week about a search for the possible body of her son, Christopher Hill, in Choctaw County. More...

Card of Thanks

The family of Vera Robinson would like to thank everyone for the cards, flowers, and the food. Please keep us in your prayers. More...

Hebron home burns

The Hebron home of the late Virgie Mae and Russell Lawlis near Grove Hill burned Monday, Nov. 10 in the early morning hours. Grove Hill, Antioch and Helwestern Volunteer Fire Departments all responded. No one was living in the house at the time. More...

Burton honored on pending retirement

Norman Burton in January will retire after a long career with the Resource, Conservation and Development Councils of Alabama. He is coordinator of the Ala-Tom RC&D Council representing several Black Belt counties. More...

Accident damages historic church

A tractor-trailer rig hauling salt from Olin collided with a pickup that turned in front of it at the intersection of Highway 43 and the Toddtown Road around midday last Thursday. More...

T'ville water rates going up in January

The Thomasville Water and Sewer Board approved a three-step rate hike Monday night. More...