December 31, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Rash of vehicle break-ins over holidays in T’ville

Thomasville law enforcement officials are urging area residents to lock their cars after a rash of thefts from vehicles over the holidays.  “All of the vehicles that have been entered have been unlocked,” said Thomasville Police chi More...

Kelvin Hill no longer manager of GP’s Naheola paper mill

Kelvin Hill, manager of Georgia Pacific Corporation’s Naheola paper mill in Choctaw County has been named vice president of manufacturing for GP’s Port Hudson, La. Tissue and communication papers operations. More...

Frisco City woman targeted, taken for $600 in scam call

A Frisco City woman has been scammed out of $600. The victim received a call on her cell phone telling her that she had won a lottery or sweepstakes. The caller had enough information about the individual to make the call convincing. More...

Groundbreaking planned for new Citronelle High School

A groundbreaking for a new Citronelle High School will be held Jan. 22. The new school will be built across the street from the current one. A bid for the project was expected to be opened and awarded by the end of the year. More...

Former Hale County deputy pleas guilty to theft charges

Former Hale County Sheriff’s Deputy Darrell Lee McGuire pleaded guilty in Hale County Circuit Court to two felony counts of second degree theft by deception. More...

UA’s ‘Educated Guesses’ for 2015 happenings

For the 34th consecutive year, faculty members at The University of Alabama offer “Educated Guesses” for the new year.  Beijing, China to become first to host both Summer and Winter Games   More...

HIPPY Christmas party held at GHES

HIPPY (Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters) held a Christmas party Dec. 11 at Grove Hill Elementary School. HIPPY coordinator Jane Sellers and director James Wheeler welcomed the families to the event (left). More...

Burns the morning after Christmas

A Fulton family lost their home and all of their possessions in a mobile home fire on Friday, Dec. 26.The mobile home belonging to Charndra Morrissette was a total loss. More...

Conecuh gets cameras to help catch illegal carcass dumpers

The Conecuh County Commission is donating $1,000 to the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources for the purchase of cameras to be used to catch illegal carcass dumpers. More...

Livingston store robber chased, wrecks car, caught

An individual who robbed the Texaco station in Livingston has been arrested after a high speed chase by Livingston police officers in which the robber wrecked his car. The robber’s name was not listed. More...

World War II era munitions confiscated and detonated

World War II era grenades, mortars and other military explosives were found in a truck at a trailer park in Atmore on Dec. 20. More...

Harriet’s House, a shelter for domestic abuse victims, closes

Harriet’s House, a shelter for domestic abuse victims, located in Demopolis, closed its doors Nov. 21. More...

Some of the top stories of 2014 recalled

Following are some of the top stories of 2014 from the pages of The Clarke County Democrat. More...