September 16, 2010 RSS feed / News

‘Come meet me at the Fulton Junction’

Fulton’s Small Town Celebration will be Saturday, Oct. 2, 2-5 p.m. in downtown Fulton. Included in the activities will be a variety of singing hosted by the Fulton Volunteer Fire Department and old fashion storytelling. More...

University of Mobile announces 2011 mission trip opportunities

The University of Mobile will offer 10 international mission trips to individuals, groups and students through its University Missions program during 2011. More...

Indiana company outbids locals for ClarkeCo fuel supply

An Indiana company underbid local companies to provide gasoline and diesel to Clarke County for the 2010-11 fiscal year. More...

WashCo Commission scrambles to meet FEMA deadline

For several weeks, the work crews from Districts 2, 4 and 5 have been working roads in District 1 of Washington County. The final reports with documentation of this work were supposed to be presented at the commission meeting on Sept 13. More...

Jackson recognized for 10 years supporting Ronald McDonald House

SA Editor The Ronald McDonald House of Mobile honored those in Jackson who have supported the facility for 10 years through the annual Chef Ronald’s Family Affair, Tuesday, Sept. 14, at The Fish House, owned by Penny and Larry Jones. More...

Prompt ambulance service still issue in ClarkeCo

The Clarke County E-911 continues to work on an agreement with area ambulance companies to ensure that county residents will receive prompt service when they need it. More...

Mayor Long speaks at Woman’s Club meeting

The first meeting of the Woman’s Club was Sept. 7 at the lake home of Diane McCorquodale. President Debbie Bolton presided over the meeting. Vice President Jodi Walker presented yearbooks for the 2010-2011 year. More...

Four Seasons Garden Club conducts first meeting of year

The Four Seasons Garden Club began the club year with a meeting in the conference room at the Hampton Inn. President Virginia Hughston introduced Debbie Luke the Hampton Inn manager, who gave a tour of the facility. More...

Sullivan Cabin Named to Historical Register

The Alabama Historical Commission recently named the 1874 double-pen log cabin built by Gibeon J. Sullivan to the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage. More...

Washington County developing first Advantage Site

At a special-called emergency meeting on Sept. 8, the Washington County Commission discussed the probability of the sale of 20 acres of an 80-acre Advantage Site which fronts Hwy. 43 just south of McIntosh. More...

Mighty Grow Fertilizer, Inc. up and running in Fruitdale

Ann Labell of Mighty Grow, Inc. made a presentation to the commission at their September 13 meeting. Mighty Grow, Inc. uses a process to turn chicken waste into turf fertilizer. The company is located in Fruitdale. More...