July 8, 2010 RSS feed / Community

Making meth riding up N. Church Street

Last Thursday, July 1, local law enforcement officers were informed of a person trying to buy pills that could be used in the manufacturing of the illegal drug methamphetamine at a Grove Hill pharmacy. More...

More favorite recipes

Chuck Wagon Macaroni By Betty J. Dorman Jackson 2 lbs. ground beef 1 small onion, chopped 1 small bell pepper, chopped 2 c. grated cheese 1 can cream style corn 1 (15 oz.) can tomato sauce 1 pkg. More...

The Stars and Stripes forever!

Virgil Broadus lined the fence along Highway 43 and the lane leading to his home in the Antioch community with the Stars and Stripes in honor of the nation’s birthday. More...

Jackson police investigate thefts

Special to The Democrat The Jackson Police Department reported several vehicle burglaries, a residential break-in and the theft of money from one residence. More...

Sales tax figures for Jackson and Thomasville detailed

The charts at right and below right show current sales tax collections and past collections for Jackson and Thomasville. Grove Hill figures were published last week. More...

A ripped rack

A would-be thief worked mighty hard to tear through the heavy metal back of this South Alabamian newsstand in front of the CVS pharmacy in Jackson when he could have gained the same entry by putting 7 More...

Coastal Gateway Alliance launches with pledges of $1.255 million

Starting with $1,255,000 of secured written pledges, the newly formed Coastal Gateway Regional Economic Development Alliance (CGEDA) held their Charter Board Meeting at BankTrust in Monroeville at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 29th. More...

Scenes from the Coffeeville Music Festival

The fourth annual Coffeeville Music Festival held on the front lawn of Dr. Edwina Hart’s home Saturday, July 3 drew a crowd of more than 300 people. More...