March 12, 2009 RSS feed / News

Missing Gosport woman found safe

A missing Gosport area woman was found about a mile from her home late Tuesday night. The distance was not far but the terrain was rough, said Clarke County Sheriff's Department Investigator Ron Baggette. More...

Grant workshop in Clarke County to be presented by ADECA and ARAC

Clarke County residents interested in resources for community and economic development or improvements in education are encouraged to attend the "Toolbox to Successful Grants" workshop on Thursday, March 19. More...

Grant will assist seniors with digital television transition

The Alabama Tombigbee Regional Commission Area Agency on Aging recently received a grant from the National Association of State Units on Aging to assist senior citizens with the digital television transition. More...

Applications being accepted for Pine City Ambassadors

For those interested in interested in becoming Pine City Ambassadors applications are available at Jackson High School, Jackson Academy, Leroy High School, the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce and at www.jacksonalabama.org. More...

State's food inspection system serves Alabamians well

Following the recent salmonella outbreak, we can be thankful we live in Alabama, where food safety regulations are especially strict. More...

Local United Way drive short of $150,000 goal

The Clarke County United Way fell victim to the tough economic times this year, falling short of its $150,000 goal by $21,000. More...

McIntosh man charged with drug possession

A McIntosh man was arrested and charged with illegal drug possession following a traffic stop by a Washington County Deputy late Saturday, March 7. More...

Jackson Police make several drug arrests

The execution of two search warrants, Tuesday, March 10, by Jackson Police resulted in several drug arrests. More...

Frankville VFD offers programs on Amber Alert and extinguishers

The Amber Alert program is being offered to all residents in the Washington County area. More...

Qualifying begins for senior legislative positions

Alabamians 60 years of age and over interested in running for a position in the Alabama Silver-Haired Legislature can begin qualifying for election now. Wednesday, April 1 is the deadline for filing for the upcoming legislative sessions. More...

Cruise-in may become monthly event in Jackson

Saturday's Cruise-in at The Burger House in Jackson was a success, according to the event's organizer Kenny Smith. A total of 15 automobile and four motorcycle owners brought their "rides" to participate in what may become a monthly event. More...