June 18, 2009 RSS feed / News

Third auditor group agrees to $1 million settlement

Last week, United Security Bancshares, Inc., announced that two of its external auditors would pay $3. More...

WashCo Commission squabbles with Mobile Community Action

The Washington County Commission met in work session June 10 with budget review as their main item of business. More...

Local construction company receives 'Roof of the Year' award

Hub Construction Company, Inc. of Jackson was recently awarded the 2008 Roof of the Year for its work on Foley High School in Foley. This designation comes from American Buildings Company (ABC) in their annual Excellence in Design Awards. More...

Dealing with blossom end rot on vegetables

Over the past couple of weeks, I have received several samples of tomatoes, and watermelons that have black leathery looking areas on the end of the fruit away from the stem. The disorder is called Blossom End Rot (BER). More...

St. Stephens giving up her secrets with Expedition 31

Though once bustling with people and commerce, the combined forces of time and nature have claimed the town site of Old St. Stephens. More...

Clarification

In the issue following Memorial Day, it was stated that there was no ceremony conducted in Jackson. More...

JPD investigating more thefts

The Jackson Police Department added several more thefts to those they were already investigating. According to reports, a vehicle burglary in the parking lot of Wal-Mart was reported June 13, at 8 p.m. More...

Is archery for you?

Does the image of Robin Hood shooting an apple from someone's head intrigue you? If so, you may want to think about becoming involved in recreational archery activities. More...