January 14, 2010 RSS feed / News

Clarke County ADC chapter to host its annual MLK Prayer Breakfast

The members of the Clarke County Chapter of the Alabama Democratic Conference will sponsor the 6th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast Saturday, Jan. 16, 8 a.m. This event will take place at the Vivian P. More...

O Negative blood supplies remain at critical levels

Officials with United Blood Services say blood supply levels remain low, due in part to the recent extreme weather conditions and lower than normal donor participation. There is special concern over inventory levels of O Negative blood types. More...

Frozen fountain

The fountain at Jackson Health Care froze solid as a result of the frigid temperatures in South Alabama, which have lasted for more than a week. While the days are slowly getting warmer, freeze warnings are still being issued each night. More...

Clarke Commisson asks to change two voting places

This is a big election year and Clarke County is already looking ahead to the June primaries and November general election. The Clarke County Commission issued a resolution Tuesday requesting permission from the U.S. More...

Resident catches WashCo burglary suspect in the act

A Malcolm man was arrested Saturday, Jan. 9, after someone witnessed him removing items from a mobile home, which did not belong to him. More...

Commission chairman wants working phone for WashCo commissioners

At the Jan. 11 Washington County Commission meeting, Probate Judge and Commission Chairman Charles Singleton did not mince words when he instructed commissioners to leave a working phone number at the county commission office. More...

Shorter to speak at ADAH about Old St. Stephens

ArchiTreats: Food for Thought begins another year of informative talks on Alabama history at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Join us at noon on Thursday, Jan. 21 as George Shorter presents “Old St. More...