September 2, 2010 RSS feed / Community

T’ville gives $200,000 for Lakeside expenses

In a special called meeting Monday night, the City of Thomasville gave its formal approval to the project agreement with Lakeside Steel. More...

Putting the Grand Ole Opry back in business

Dumas Manufacturing of Grove Hill replaces Opry House auditorium seats after big flood

Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry is slated to reopen its renovated Opry House Sept. 28. More...

Website offers help to quit smoking

Alabamians tired of being addicted to tobacco have a new free service to help them quit. More...

Hurricane Katrina evacuees return to mark fifth anniversary

As The Democrat staff had been expecting, Elbert and Genie Vix with daughter Betty Weinberger walked into the office Friday. More...

Labor Day celebrations planned around state

Unique experiences, homecoming celebrations, home-grown food and live music highlight Labor Day weekend activities across Alabama. More...

Marengo County man arrested for enticng a child

John David Marcet of the Dixon Mills or Sweet Water area in Marengo County was arrested by the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday, Aug. More...

History comes to life at Fort Mims

The Fort Mims Reenactment was held Saturday, Aug. 28 and Sunday, Aug. 29 to commemorate the battle of Fort Mims with a re-enactment presented by the Fort Mims Restoration Association and the 6th Alabama Cavalry. More...

Curator of Demopolis historical sites speaks to Historical Society

The Clarke County Historical Society met Sunday, Aug. 29 at the Grove Hill Town Hall to hear Kirk Brooker, Operations Manager for the Marengo County Historical Society, speak about ways museums can stay vital in the 21st Century. More...