November 4, 2004 RSS feed / News

Police Chief issues rules for festival

Jackson Police Chief Charles Burge issued a statement earlier this week, prohibiting the use of skateboards, golf carts, four-wheelers, bicycles, scooters and other types of recreational vehicles in the downtown area where the annual Fall Festival wi More...

JFD elects new officers for 2005

Fire Chief Neal Bradley was in charge of the annual meeting of the Jackson Fire Department on Monday night, Nov. 1, at the Downtown Fire Station. This was officer election time. More...

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There will be plenty of activities for kids of all ages. A special area will be set up offering games and other fun things to do all for one low price. The enclosed area will be supervised so parents can shop while their kids have fun. More...

Clarke BOE members bid farewell to Malone

The South Alabamian Clarke County Board of Education members bid farewell Oct. 28 to Lynda Malone, who was attending her last meeting as a member of the board. More...

Washington County Sheriff’s Report

The following arrests were reported by the Washington County Sheriff More...

Former local horse to be in Mardi Gras

Bob Alday More...

Local residents enjoy celebrating Halloween

Ghouls, goblins and all sorts of strange creatures could be seen in many locations all across Clarke and Washington counties Friday, as area residents began their Halloween celebrations. More...

WashCo Board of Trustees elects Jessica Massey Ross as the new library director

Jessica Massey Ross has been elected by the board of trustees as director of the Washington County Library, and has already begun her new duties, said Michael Onderdonk, trustee chairman. More...

This year’s festival to be bigger than ever

The Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce attracts thousands of people to the streets of Jackson for the Fall Festival each year. They expect this year More...

Murder suspect turns himself in to Clarke Sheriff’s Dept.

The final suspect indicted by the grand jury in August for the February murder and attempted murder of two Alma men turned himself in to Clarke County Sheriff More...

Jackson Police Report

The Jackson Police Depart-ment reported the following activities for the week ending Oct. 30. More...

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Classic car buffs will have the chance to check out a wide variety of makes and models in the annual Bob Smith Memorial Antique Car Show, which will display more than 100 automobiles from various eras. More...

Jackson Fire Department reports activities for the month of October

The Jackson Fire Department responded to more than 15 calls during the month of October including a major house fire. More...

Washington County E-911 receives $75,000 grant

Washington County More...

Raising money for Lou Gehrig’s Disease victim

Sherry Huggins (left) and Barbara Thrash (right) are operating a booth at the Clarke-Washington County Fair this week to help raise money for Lou Gehrig More...

Bonner announces Helwestern VFD funding

U.S. Rep. Jo Bonner (R-Ala.) recently announced the award of funding to the Helwestern Volunteer Fire Department from the United States Department of Homeland Security and the United States Fire Administration (USFA). More...