June 16, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Despite cash infusion, Thomasville hospital woes still unresolved

Despite getting a $300,000 cash infusion from Thomasville’s Healthcare Authority, the financial problems for Southwest Alabama Medical Center are far from over.  More...

Isolated but with a punch

The weathermen would correctly be describing isolated storms if they were talking about those that have hit parts of Clarke County in recent days. More...

Thomasville man charged in conjunction with underage drinking

A Thomasville man faces a charge of complicity after he was found attending a party in Jackson with seven minors consuming alcohol.  More...

Beautification award presented

The Grove Hill Development Board has presented its most recent Community Beautification Award to Dunn’s Exxon. More...

Lightning strikes courthouse again

Lightning struck the courthouse Saturday night as a storm hit Grove Hill bringing much-needed rain but also unwanted wind and lightning.  EMA Director Roy Waite told county commissioners Monday that radios in his office were knocked out as well More...

Grove Hill downtown revitalization project said to be back on

The much-debated and long-delayed downtown revitalization project for Grove Hill is apparently back on track.  The town received word last week from the Alabama Department of Transporation that the project has been approved after at least two de More...

Large turnout for Alabama Alumni meeting

A crowd of more than 100 turned out Tuesday night for the annual Clarke County University of Alabama Alumni and Friends BAMA Club meeting in Jackson.  Tom Roberts, the director of Broadcasting for the Crimson Tide Sports Network, was the guest s More...