February 25, 2010 RSS feed / News

First ‘Parent University’ conducted in Jackson

Author Robert Little said a report he read once that emphasized how important reading is to the development of a child inspired him to write books for children. More...

Callier elected to Wings board

Alvin Callier, of Grove Hill, was recently elected to the board of Wings. More...

Auction raises $55,000 for Regional CAC

A benefit dinner and auction for the Regional Child Advocacy Center and its children’s shelter, “Almost Home” was held Saturday evening at the H.W. More...

Gang of Mobile-based robbers strike in Grove Hill

Two carloads of Mobile men robbed three local residents of money and cell phones at Grove Hill’s Hudson Park last Thursday night while spring ball practices were going on. More...

Qualifying dates announced for WashCo Democratic candidates

Anyone wishing to qualify as a Democratic candidate for local offices in Washington County may do so during the business hours of 8 a.m., Monday, March 1 and 5 p.m., Friday, April 2, at the Turner Law Office in Chatom. More...

Black History Month: Jacksonian has ties to Tuskegee Airman

James Robinson of Jackson has ties to one of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, thanks to the marriage of his brother, Harold Robinson into the aviator’s family. More...

Jackson moving ahead with water supply issue

The City of Jackson is moving ahead in pursuing a more permanent means of supplying water to towns located to the north during critical times. More...

New voting house to be built in Rockville community

The Clarke County Commission Tuesday agreed to execute a lease with the White Smith Land Company for a voting house to be located on their property near the Suel Road intersection with County Route 15 in Rockville. More...

Road to close as WashCo landfill progresses

County Engineer Jason Sturdivant announced Feb. More...