May 14, 2009 RSS feed / News

Jackson woman accused of making false robbery report

A Jackson woman is charged with felony false reporting an incident after she told police she had been robbed in the parking lot of the Pic N Sav supermarket. More...

Parade to recognize top readers

The 4th Annual Readers Are Leaders Accelerated Parade will roll through downtown Jackson Friday, May 15 at 9 a.m. Students from Joe M. More...

Rockville resident asks for help with roads

Rockville resident Johnny Burrell asked Clarke County commissioners for help with the Lady's Landing Road and one leading off of it in the Rockville area at Monday's work session. More...

Local motorcycle missionary plans annual cross-country trip

Ray Pezent of Jackson is planning his annual mission trip, bringing a message of hope to homeless across the nation. More...

WashCo Solid Waste Authority hears landfill update

At the May 11, Washington County Solid Waste Authority's meeting, Butch Lambert, director of corporate development for Advanced Disposal, (AD) gave an update on the Turkey Trot Landfill under construction in southern Washington County. More...

'Sunflower Day' proclaimed

Commissioner Herman Williams (left), District 5, reads a proclamation passed by the Washington County Commission, April 13, proclaiming the second Saturday in May "Sunflower Day" in Washington County. More...

Boating safety course offered

The Alabama Marine Police will offer a "Boating Basics" course May 30, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Jackson Police Department's training room, located in the rear of the Jackson Municipal Court building. More...

Furr named president-elect of state medical association

The Medical Association of the State of Alabama (MASA) selected Steven P. Furr, M.D., of Jackson, as its president-elect during its annual meeting, April 18 in Montgomery. Dr. Furr is a family practice physician in private practice in Jackson. More...

Jackson mother struggles with baby's illness

Valencine Davis, of Jackson, is at a crossroads, wanting to care for her 15-month-old baby who has been in a Birmingham hospital for more than a year, but afraid she will not have the means once the child comes home. More...