October 15, 2009 RSS feed / Community

Council presents Jax schools with $220,000

The Jackson City Council, Tuesday, Oct. 13, presented its annual donations, totaling $220,000, to the public schools located within the city limits.   More...

Steaks for the editor

Clarke County Cattlemen’s Association President Ray Clark surprised Democrat Editor and Publisher Jim Cox with a package of four nice ribeye steaks from Pic N Sav in Jackson last week. More...

Commissioners to consider water rate increase Oct. 27

The Clarke County Commission will consider an increase in water rates for the systems it oversees at its Oct. 27 meeting. More...

Ground broken for new Jackson senior citizen center

Ground was broken for a new Jackson senior citizen center last Thursday. The new facility will be on College Avenue just south of HealthActions. More...

HIPPY program helping bridge gaps

It was officially billed as the “Alabama Science and Technology Leadership Summit,” and among the 160 or so attendees were some of the state's leading thinkers and researchers. Folks like Dr. More...

Grove Hill Chamber of Commerce urges businesses to decorate for fall

The Grove Hill Area Chamber of Commerce and the Grove Hill Beautification Committee are encouraging all businesses to participate in the “Welcome Fall” decorating extravaganza. More...