September 22, 2011 RSS feed / Community

COFFEEVILLE VOLUNTEERS WORK TO CAN LITTER

Above, volunteers working to raise anti-litter awareness in Coffeeville Saturday (L-R) are Carlissa Williams, Avenisha Williams, Carolyn Thigpen, Ambra Thigpen and Ashley Williams. More...

Lakeside Steel project ahead of schedule

Lakeside Steel Inc. announced Monday that construction of the company’s new $7.5 million state of the art tubing thermal and end-finishing facility in Thomasville is ahead of schedule. More...

Share sawmilling stories and tales of old Fulton at Storytelling Days Oct. 1

"Sawmill Storytelling Days at Fulton Junction" will be Saturday, Oct. 1 from 2 until 3 p.m. in conjunction with the Fire Department's singing. More...

Legislative redistricting hearing to be held in Thomasville Oct. 13

Public hearings on redistricting House and Senate districts of the Alabama Legislature are scheduled around the state. Locally, a hearing will be held Thursday, Oct. 13 at the Thomasville Civic Center from noon until 1:30 p.m.  More...

Debts continue to pile up for T’ville hospital

The financial hole for the closed Southwest Alabama Medical Center continues to get deeper.  In August, Olympus America, the IRS and the construction firm of Brassfield and Gorrie filed liens against the hospital for amounts totaling more than $ More...

JPD detective warns of thefts, scams

The Sept. 17 theft of a local woman’s purse prompted Jackson Police Acting Detective Derrick Powe to encourage citizens to lock their vehicles and secure valuables that may be left inside their automobiles.  More...

$7 billion toll road, rail line?

If it materializes, it’d be a boom for Clarke County, southwest Alabama and the entire western side of the state.  It is a $7 billion toll road and rail corridor running 300 miles from Orange Beach to just inside the Tennessee line north o More...

Child Advocacy Center’s new park

The Jack Day Memorial Park was dedicated last week at the Regional Child Advocacy Center in Grove Hill. More...

C’ville man charged with repeated CHS burglaries

Clarke County Sheriff’s Department Chief Investigator Ron Baggette was stumped by the repeated break-ins at the vocational ag building at the old Coffeeville High School over several weeks.  However, he and fellow deputies stayed on the ca More...

Alvin Callier represesnts Peer Bridger Program

The Peer Bridger Program provides consumers with a consistent, supportive relationship that follows the consumer from hospitalization to a group home and into a more active role in the community. More...