May 10, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Jax council doesn’t like idea of giving property away

Most Jackson council members are cool to the idea of giving away city property to fast food outlets and restaurants and other retailers to get them to locate in the city. More...

JACKSON LANDMARK TO HOUSE BUSINESS

Bloomer’s will be moving soon to the historic Pugh- Espy Home across from Pic-n-Sav on College Avenue. More...

Clarke County 4-H Pig Squeal Show & Sale

Thanks to sponsors and supporters

On behalf of all the participants and parents, the Clarke County Extension office and Clarke County 4- H Clubs would like to recognize and thank all of the sponsors and supporters of this year’s 4-H Pig Squeal Show and Auction.  More...

Williamson-Tarleton to say vows June 2

Scott and Connie Williamson of Grove Hill announce the engagement of their daughter, Samantha “Kay” Williamson, to Aaron “Rayce” Tarleton, son of Bennie “Bug” and Lenette Tarleton, also of Grove Hill.  The bri More...

Congressman Byrne touts economy’s improvements during visit to Jackson

Congressman Bradley Byrne touted recent economic successes at a Small Business Workshop held in Jackson May 4 as part of National Small Business Week.  Speaking in the conference room of the Hampton Inn, Byrne said the April jobs report shows th More...

Celebrating Older Americans at Pearce Park Assembly House

Thursday, May 10 at 9 a.m. in Jackson

Each May, the Administration on Aging, part of the Administration for Community Living, leads our nation’s observance of Older Americans Month.  More...

A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL

The Clarke County High School Class of 1958 held a reunion the weekend of the Old Timers Reunion. More...

Spring Jubilee is Saturday in Jackson

The Arc of Clarke County’s Spring Jubilee will be another day filled with fun Saturday, May 12, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jackson Fairgrounds. The event was rescheduled to Saturday due to bad weather in early April. More...

Arts Center’s ‘For the Love of Art’

The Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center held a Talent Showcase as part of its annual fundraiser Saturday evening at Sage Auditorium. Several performers from around the county provided entertainment. More...

Coffeeville Head Start accepting applications

Coffeeville Head Start is now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2018- 2019 school year.  CAA of South Alabama’s Coffeeville Head Start Center provides quality child development services and family supportive services at no cost More...

Edmonds initiated into Phi Kappa Phi at UWA

Andrea Edmonds of Thomasville was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Edmonds was initiated at the University of West Alabama. More...

VETERANS POST

Wait times getting better, but ...

It wasn’t so long ago that veterans were waiting a very long time for medical appointments. More...