September 20, 2018 RSS feed / News

Your Elected Officials

President Donald J. Trump, The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., Washing-ton, D.C., 20510, Ph. 202-456-1414. U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby, 304 Russell enate Office Building, Washington, D.C., 20510, Ph. 202-224-5744. E-mail: senator@ shelby.senate. More...

JPD to sponsor National Night Out and hurricane relief efforts

Jackson Police Department will participate in National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 2 from 5 to 8 p. m. National Night Out is an annual community - building campaign that promotes comradery between police departments and the communities they serve. More...

Small business endorses Beech in District 65 race

The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Alabama Political Action Committee has endorsed Representative Elaine Beech in the 65 District House race. The PAC is comprised exclusively of NFIB members.  More...

Secretary of State visits Grove Hill

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill, the state’s top election officer, was in Grove Hill Tuesday to talk with local officials about election issues, including proper absentee voting, ahead of the Nov. 6 General Election. More...

Wreck causes gas leak

A car accident on Sept. 17 caused a gas line break on Highway 43 North near Walmart in Jackson. More...

Correction

Rodney Steele, 47, was arrested and charged with first degree rape on Sept. 4. It was incorrectly reported last week that the charge was first degree escape.   More...

Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce hears Neal Wade at annual dinner

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual membership dinner on Sept. 18. Executive Director Katie Clark updated attendees on progress that has been made since last year and outlined goals for the upcoming year. More...

WashCo Museum honors past, embraces future

Alabama’s oldest county has a rich history based in farming, timber, waterways, rail and industry. Washington County was established in June 1800 in the Mississippi Territory and became the first county in what is now Alabama. More...