April 26, 2012 RSS feed / Editorial

Gone South

A sign of civility

It is popular today in some circles to decry the decline of civility, that bond of courtesy and common decency that keeps us from going at each other’s throats. More...

Congress Reports

Two years later, recovery continues from BP oil spill

The national television news crews that once kept a vigil along our shores are long gone. So are the coast-tocoast frontpage headlines with sensational photos of oil-soaked wildlife and fouled Gulf beaches. More...

Florida and Baldwin lessons: Guns can kill

Recent shooting incidents—one in Florida and another a lot closer, in north Baldwin County—have made the news and reaffirm things we already know: (1) Guns can be deadly and (2) if you point a gun at someone and pull the trigger, someone More...

Too many holidays

A couple of weeks ago we fussed because the Town of Grove Hill took the Monday after Easter as a holiday while the rest of the town was working. More...

Inside the Statehouse

Hard to beat Gov. Bentley’s sincerity

This week marks the one year anniversary of the devastating tornados that struck the state on April 27th of last year. More...

Dollars & Cents

Best way to save money is not to spend it

Like most people, you are no doubt interested in saving money. This is especially true in the challenging economic times in which we live. But, for one reason or another, you may find it difficult to achieve your saving goals. More...

Attorney General

Support for crime victims

Theodore Roosevelt once said, “It is only through labor and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage that we move on to better things.” Anyone who has been the victim of a crime understands what this statement means—they More...