August 2, 2007 RSS feed / News

Buy your own part of new park

The Pine City Park Committee is selling pickets to surround the "tot lot" area of the new playground to be built in Jackson. More...

Suspect sought in drive-by shooting

A suspect in a drive-by shooting July 26 in Thomasville remains at large. Christopher Pugh, 20, who lives on Old Highway 5 in Thomasville, walked across the highway from his home to check his mailbox. More...

HealthActions physical therapy celebrates 25 years of service

HealthActions physical therapy conducted a celebration Monday, July 30, to mark 25 years of service to Jackson and the surrounding areas. More...

Harvey enjoys job as JPD investigator

Richard Harvey, who has worked as a police officer in a variety of capacities since 1995, said he beginning to settle into his most recent position as investigator for the Jackson Police Department (JPD). More...

BOE prepares for new school year

Clarke County school personnel are preparing for the opening of school. In his report to the county board of education July 25, Superintendent Gerald Stephens said that the Teacher Institute will be at 9 a.m. on Aug. More...

Preparations under way for fall Litter Awareness Week

During its July 19 meeting, the Clarke County Citizens Against Litter (CCCAL) committee began preparations for its fall Litter Awareness Week, which is set for Sept. 24-29. More...

Self-defense class for women offered by JPD

Jackson Police Officer Arvis Slack will teach a basic selfdefense course for women, free of charge, Aug. 14-16. More...

Donation to Alpha Center

Jackson Kiwanis Club President Evan Carden (left) recently presented the club's annual donation to the Alpha Pregnancy Center in Jackson. Accepting the donation is the center's director Diane Pruitt. More...

Salvation Army has served Jackson for more than a year

The Jackson Salvation Army Thrift Store recently marked its first full year of service to the community and looks forward to continuing to offer used goods at a reduced price to its customers while helping those in need. More...