July 16, 2009 RSS feed / Community

Work, payment questioned on T'ville downtown revitalization project

Claiming that things in the Phase III of downtown revitalization "has been covered up," council member Charles Allen voted against a payment of more than $105,000 to Lewis Environmental, the company performing the sidewalk work along Wilson Avenue. More...

On guard in Alaska

ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska — When the son of a Grove Hill man steps outside, inhaling crisp air on a base surrounded by mountains and pristine wilderness in America's "last frontier," he is far more likely to run into a bear or moose th More...

Wood pellet plant on hold now

Clarke County's economic developer said the poor economy had stalled the new wood pellet plant to be built in Jackson but she told commissioners Tuesday that she is still hopeful that the facility will be built. More...

Church will donate to county

The Rockville Baptist Church has withdrawn its request for the county to pay for resurfacing a short stretch of a county road that is adjacent to the church and the church's parking lot. More...

Troy University honors students told

Troy University has announced its honor students for spring semester, according to Dr. Ed Roach, Senior Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost. More...

Bids to be let on new Jackson senior center

During Tuesday's Jackson City Council Meeting, Mayor Pro Tem Paul South, presiding in the absence of Mayor Richard Long, announced that bids will be advertised, beginning July 21, for the new Jackson Senior Citizen Complex. More...