May 6, 2010 RSS feed / News

Lightning knocks out power in Jackson

A lightning strike during thunderstorms in the area, Monday, May 3, knocked out power for all the residents of Jackson for approximately three hours. More...

Benefit supports animal shelter

Despite a little rain, a trail ride and barbecue in Coffeeville went on as planned Saturday and riders and other attendees had a good time. The ride and other activities benefited the proposed Clarke Regional Animal Control Shelter. More...

Meth leads to charges for McIntosh resident

A small amount of what was believed to be the illegal drug methamphetamine landed a McIntosh man in jail Sunday, May 2. More...

New engineer takes over at Grove Hill DOT office

Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Director Joe McInnes recently announced the appointment of Curtis Vincent as the new division engineer of the Eighth Division headquartered in Grove Hill. More...

Eight Mile residents face drug charges in WashCo

Two Eight Mile residents were arrested by Washington County Deputy DeShon Holloway Friday, April 30, and face drug charges. More...

Edith Wilcox honored by Alabama Library Association

Edith Wilcox, who helped found the Washington County Public Library, was recently honored with an honorary membership in the Alabama Library Association. More...

Dig at Old St. Stephens town site Saturday

The monthly dig at the town site of Old St. Stephens is scheduled for this Saturday. More...

Coffeeville conducts annual spring cleanup

The Coffeeville Beautification Committee partnered with the Clarke County Citizens Against Litter and Alabama PALS (People Against a Littered State), April 4, to conduct its annual Spring Cleanup. More...