July 31, 2013 RSS feed / Community

House burns in Dickinson

Fulton Fire Rescue responded July 25 to a mid-day house fire on Crestwood Drive off Brooksville Road in the Dickinson community. The fire likely began in the kitchen and spread to the attic. More...

Opening of new T’ville water plant delayed

The opening of the Thomasville city water treatment system will likely be postponed until October, Mayor Sheldon Day said at the July 22 Water Board meeting. Once started, the plant will have to be tested for 30 days. More...

New VA clinic in Monroeville

Closer healthcare services for veterans in southwest Alabama

Veterans in the area now have closer options for healthcare with the opening of a new outpatient clinic in Monroeville. More...

Power companies work together

A broken power line dropped into a pecan tree on Jackson Street in the front yard of Tommy Davis, last Thursday causing no damage to any one but giving the tree a good smoking. More...

TDS web speed not up to par, customer charges

TDS Telecom’s Internet service isn’t up to the bandwidth speed some customers have purchased, a Grove Hill businessman charged this week. More...

Applications sought for Jackson’s Citizen Police Academy program

Class will meet each Tuesday for 10 weeks

The Jackson Police Department will begin accepting applications this week on Friday, Aug. 2, for their next Citizen’s Police Academy. More...

State Sen. Keahey honored at BBQ

Alabama State Senator Marc Keahey recently spoke to a state group who has asked how best to communicate with a state senator. More...

Promoting new animal shelter

Members and supporters of the Clarke County Animal Services (CCAS) Task Force gathered July 25 at the new sign placed in front of the future county animal shelter on Highway 84 in Grove Hill. More...

School safety seminar in Thomasville Aug. 1

School security concerns have dramatically increased, as education facilities across the nation have become the targets of crime and violence. More...