August 25, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Jackson city council under fire for conditions at city pound

A Jackson couple addressed the Jackson City Council, Tuesday, Aug. 23, concerning the conditions at the city dog pound and the treatment of some of the dogs housed there. More...

Stolen antiques recovered by Jackson police and two are charged in theft

Several antique items reported stolen Aug. 13 from a Jackson residence in the 3600 block of U.S. Highway 43 have been recovered and two Jackson men are charged with the theft following a reported confession by one of the suspects. More...

Clarke County Commission OK’s redrawn political districts; plan now goes to Justice Dept.

The Clarke County Commission adopted redrawn commission and school board districts Tuesday following a public hearing on Monday that drew no criticisms and only a modest turnout of individuals interested in the plan. More...

Fort Mims massacre reenactment set

On Aug. 30, 1813 the bloodiest massacre in American history occurred in northern Baldwin County near Monroe County at what is now called Tensaw. The Fort Mims Massacre will be reenacted Aug. More...

Thomasville council pursues SW Medical

The City of Thomasville is joining the rest of the creditors pursuing Southwest Alabama Medical Center. More...

Leroy’s Lowman Power Plant workers celebrate second year without lost-time injury

PowerSouth employees at Lowman Power Plant proved their awareness and dedication to safety by completing a second full year without a lost-time injury on July 13, which means no employee missed work due to an injury suffered on the job. More...