December 8, 2016 RSS feed / Community

‘Gruesome murder’ in Washington County

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is still gathering information after an odd sequence of events over the weekend and Monday night led to capital murder charges for a McIntosh man.  Sheriff Richard Stringer said Steven Ray Parnell rem More...

MISSING TEEN SOUGHT

The Jackson Police Department is searching for information on the whereabouts of a teenage girl who was reported missing over the weekend. Reagan Alexis Nolan, 14, was reported missing by her father from the 100 block of Wiggins Road Saturday, Dec. More...

T’ville principals give updates on three city schools

Principals from all three schools in the Thomasville City Schools District gave updates Nov. 29 at the monthly meeting of the Thomasville City Board of Education.  More...

GH Council Ok’s mandated $1 hike in commercial building permit fees

State Legislature passes law to provide funds to help educate and train a better workforce of craftsmen

The Grove Hill Town Council Monday approved a $1 increase per $1,000 project value in commercial building permits to offset a new state law that will provide funds for qualified craft education programs, such as carpenters, electricians and plumbers. More...

Grove Hill Christmas Parade

Highlights from the Dec. 1 parade

CCHS majorettes were festive in their blue and white topped with a Santa hat. More...

Esham-Monahan to marry Jan. 21 in Lexington, KY

Dr. and Mrs. George Esham of Portsmouth, Ohio are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Emily Faith to Dr. More...

Fun with Santa at the Senior Center

Kids were lined up out the door and around the Gilmore Senior Center after the Grove Hill parade last Thursday to see Santa and enjoy games and other Christmas activities. More...

Economic developer touts accomplishments, looks forward to 2017

Sipping coffee at The Square Cup, one of the new small businesses in the town center of Grove Hill, Clarke County Economic Development Director Jesse Quillen said education, entrepreneurship and retail can help steer the county to greater economic su More...

AG Strange warns of holiday scams

Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange wishes Alabamians safe and happy holidays, urging them to take precautions against scams and other potential dangers. More...

STATEWIDE BURN BAN LIFTED

Rains over the weekend and a heavy downpour Monday resulted in Gov. Robert Bentley lifting the statewide ban on outdoor burning. Until last week’s rains, it had been well over two months since this area has had any significant rain. More...

Coffeeville Christmas Parade scenes

Coffeeville’s annual parade featured horses, goats and a lot of smiling faces Saturday. Rain threatened to dampen the fun but held off. More...

Briggs receives ‘White Coat’ at UK College of Dentistry

Henry Briggs III, the 2007 Clarke County High School valedictorian, has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the College of Arts and Science at the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) and a master’s degree from the University of Louisville in K More...