November 5, 2009 RSS feed / News

Proration cuts into ClarkeCo BOE reserves

The Clarke County Board of Education ended the fiscal year with a $1.9 million balance but had to dip into its reserves for about $1 million to fund operations because of state proration cuts. More...

The Art...NU grand opening

A grand opening and ribbon cutting was conducted, Tuesday, Nov. 3, at The Art...NU, a new business located in downtown Jackson at 114 Commerce Street. Owner of the business is Ralph Ice. More...

WashCo business briefing focuses on South Alabama industrial growth

“Industry is definitely trending into the Southern United States,” declared Scott Posey, communications director for ThyssenKrupp (TK) Steel. Posey made this statement at a business briefing, Oct. 21, at the McIntosh City Hall. More...

ClarkeCo Court cases settled without trial

A Satsuma man, who was arrested and later indicted for burglarizing three area schools, pleaded guilty to the charges in Clarke County Circuit Court last week and was sentenced to 20 years, District Attorney Spencer Walker said this week.   More...

Domestic dispute results in stabbing of Chatom man

A domestic dispute, Sunday, Nov. 1, resulted in a Chatom man being treated for a stab wound. More...

Father and son charged with drug possession

Two Mobile County men were arrested during a joint operation between the Coffeeville Police Department and Alabama State Troopers. More...

Jackson’s Annual Fall Festival is Saturday

The 27th Annual Fall Festival, sponsored by the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce, will be conducted Saturday, Nov. 7, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in Jackson, with something for everyone to enjoy.   More...

Citizens Police Academy graduates

Participants in the Jackson Police Department’s annual Citizens Police Academy program received certificates for their efforts, Nov. More...

Callier attends ADAPT national convention in Atlanta

Alvin D. Callier, of Grove Hill, recently attended the American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today ADAPT National Action convention in Atlanta, Ga. More...