September 29, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Boise drill

In coordination with the Jackson Police and fire departments, Jackson Medical Center, Grove Hill Memorial Hospital, Clarke County Emergency Management Agency and AmStar and ASAP emergency medical ser More...

Women in Winter ministry to meet at T’ville church

“Women in Winter,” a ministry organized in Clarke County to unite Christian women from area churches, will have their fall meeting Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. at New Hope #1 Baptist Church in Thomasville where Dr. Lee E. More...

Tea Party congressional candidate campaigns here

Tea Party adherent Pete Riehm made a quick stop in Grove Hill Tuesday and had a cup of coffee with some of the loafers at Bertile’s as he kicked off his campaign for the Republican nomination for the First Congressional District seat. More...

Big rattlesnake

ABC Officer Tyler Norris set his sights on something beside illegal alcohol last week when he encountered and killed this big rattlesnake. More...

Getting medical test results from Veterans Affairs

When you see a doctor and he or she orders tests, you need to know what those results are. If they’re normal, you can relax. If there is a problem, you need to know that as well so there can be a follow up. More...

Jackson city council OKs nearly $7.5 million budget

The Jackson City Council, Tuesday, Sept. 28, passed a balanced budget of nearly $7.5 million for the 2011/12 fiscal year that begins Oct. 1. More...

Jackson planning Fire Prevention Week activities

Fire Prevention Week 2011 focuses on preventing home fires. The campaign also urges people to protect their homes and families with lifesaving technology and planning. More...

Jackson police investigate burglary

The Jackson Police Department is investigating a burglary reported Sept. 24 in the 400 block of Forest Avenue, in which a green Mongoose brand bicycle was reported stolen. More...

New Jackson chamber officers

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce conducted its annual meeting Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Pearce Park Assembly House. More...

Keahey appointed to Ala. Judicial System Study Commission

One of six state senators

Senator Marc Keahey, D-Grove Hill, has been appointed to the Alabama Judicial System Study Commission. More...

Baggette receives award

Chief Investigator Ron Baggette and Sheriff Ray Norris attended an awards ceremony at the United States Attorney’s Southern District Office in Mobile Sept. 23. U.S. More...

Improvements continue to be made to Jackson dog pound, mayor reports

New website will profile dogs for adoption

During his report at the Tuesday, Sept. 27 meeting of the Jackson City Council, Mayor Richard Long said the city continues to make improvements at the city’s dog pound, following complaints by local citizens of its condition. More...