July 6, 2006 RSS feed / News

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

PROJECT NO'S (EWP) 69-4101-6-14 JAC0306-06 (PORTIS) More...

Grant money already targeted for certain areas

Washington County Probate Judge and County Commission Chairman John H. More...

Blindness doesn't keep WashCo resident from seeing her way to helping others

Washington County resident Kaye Waites does not let her inability to see stop her from leading a fulfilling life helping others. More...

Fund set up for Chatom resident injured in crash

Special to The South Alabamian Bonnie Blackwell's tragic car accident on June 25 has prompted an outpouring of donations for her medical bills and more funds are being sought. More...

Motocross popular sport in WashCo

Dirt bike enthusiasts from all over the area have found a place More...

Monograms & Things offers beautiful monogramming and a great selection of gift items

Terri Haynes, owner of Monograms & Things in downtown Jackson, has served this area since 1994. More...

Bomb threat suspect released from custody

Although local lawmen quickly picked up a suspect in the courthouse bomb threat made last Wednesday, June 28, he was released when he provided a substantiated alibi of his whereabouts that day. More...

'An Evening with Maya Angelou' set for Sept 12

The Sickle Cell Disease Association Mobile Chapter will be presenting "An Evening With Maya Angelou" on Tuesday, Sept. 12 from 7-9 p.m. at the Arthur L. Outlaw Convention Center in Mobile. More...

Fiery crash near Fairford

This vehicle was wrecked by Washington County resident Pat Taylor on Monday, July 3 around 10:45 a.m. The incident occurred about two miles down Red Fox Road in Calvert. The vehicle caught fire, which spread to the woods. More...

Dry conditions contribute to area fires

Drought conditions in the southern part of the state are causing problems for area firefighters and have prompted burn warnings from the Alabama Forestry Commission. More...

Kills big coyote

Bob Alday recently killed this large coyote on his farm in Leroy which posed a threat to his livestock. Alday said that the coyote was one of the largest he has ever seen in Washington County. (Photo submitted) More...

Washington County Sheriff's Report

The Washington County Sheriff's Department reported the following arrests during the past week: More...

Grant to assist domestic violence victims displaced by Hurricane Katrina

A $50,000 grant has been awarded through the office of Gov. Bob Riley to help domestic violence victims get back on their feet after being displaced or otherwise distressed by recent disasters such as Hurricane Katrina. More...

Fidelity Exxon, full-service gas and the best breakfast in town

Fidelity Exxon, owned by John and Susan Waddill is located at 3502 N. College Ave. in Jackson. The Waddills have owned and operated the business for the past three years. They have five employees. More...