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Parole hearing for Marengo County inmate set for Dec. 6
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles scheduled 90 parole hearings and 29 pardon hearings for the week of Dec. 5 – Dec. 7. Among those scheduled for parole hearings is Marengo County inmate Yahudah Israel. A parole hearing for Israel is scheduled for Dec. 6. Israel is serving time for a 2013 conviction and […] The post Parole hearing for Marengo County inmate set for Dec. 6 appeared first on The Demopolis Times.
Man arrested for November robbery outside Texas Roadhouse: Mobile Police
A Thomasville man has been arrested for his alleged involvement in an armed robbery outside of Texas Roadhouse on Nov. 18.
UPDATE: Leroy High School will have the day off for its state championship
Washington County Public School Superintendent Lisa Connell will not cancel school for the Class 1A state championship, in which Leroy High School will play, News 5 has learned.
Linden firefighter dies from ALS
MARENGO, Ala. (WSFA) - Steven Diehl from Linden died at the age of 52 after battling ALS. Firefighters are twice as likely to die from the disease that affects the nervous system, causing the loss of muscle control. Steven’s wife, Michelle, would describe her husband as brave, strong, and a...
Former Clarke County Sheriff pleads guilty to State charges
Former Clarke County Sheriff Ray Norris has plead guilty to two felony charges involving campaign finance violations and use of office for personal gain. Norris entered the plea on November 21 and was sentenced to 10 years in prison the same day. That sentence was suspended for a period of 5 years on unsupervised probation. The two charges carried a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.
Alabama High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Clarke County Today - December 5
Want to learn how to watch high school basketball games in Clarke County, Alabama today? We have what you need here. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or alma mater and tune in!. Clarke County, Alabama High School Boys Basketball Games...
Grove Hill Memorial Hospital Struggles to Remain Sole Labor and Delivery Unit in Rural Southwest Alabama
Grove Hill Memorial Hospital, the only labor and delivery unit in rural Southwest Alabama, is facing a potential closure due to lack of funding. The closure could lead to dire consequences for expectant mothers and unborn babies in the community.
Coffeeville Day Festival: A Celebration of Community and Heritage
The Annual Coffeeville Day Festival is more than just a local celebration; it's a vibrant testament to the community spirit and rich history of Coffeeville, Mississippi. As reported by The Grenada Star, this festival is deeply ingrained in the town's cultural tapestry, offering a plethora of activities including music, arts, crafts, delicious food, and a spectacular fireworks finale. Held on October 2nd, the event kicks off with a 3K race/walk for the American Cancer Society, showcasing the community's dedication to charitable causes and health awareness.
Today the gas price is close to $3.03 in Jackson as of 2023-12-03. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.243, a week ago the price is $3.253 , according to AAA.
For Families in the South Struggling to Find Gender-Affirming Care, Small Grants Make a Huge Difference
At The 19th, we’re committed to publishing journalism that you can trust throughout the critical moments that shape our democracy and our lives. Show your support during our Fall Member Drive, and your donation will be matched. Double your gift today. Jody Freeman is still trying to find gender-affirming...
Millry, Alabama: A Name Forged by Pioneers
In the verdant expanse of Washington County, Alabama, lies the town of Millry, where history whispers the names of two early settlers, John Miller and John Perry. This town, originally dubbed 'Millerville,' stands as a testament to the pioneering spirits who shaped its future. The legacy of Miller and Perry is forever woven into the fabric of Millry, a name that emerged from the abbreviation of its more cumbersome predecessor, symbolizing the unity of their contributions.
Leroy holds off Elba in battle of top teams, Bears look to defend 1A title
LEROY, Ala. (WKRG) — Top-ranked Leroy will look to defend their title next week as the Bears punched their ticket to the Class 1A championship game. No. 1 Leroy beat No. 2 Elba, 27-24, in the Class 1A semifinal game on Friday. The Bears built a 20-7 lead at home behind three touchdowns passes from […]
AHSAA Class 1A Playoffs: Elba at Leroy Preview
LEROY, Ala (WDHN) — The Elba Tigers are two wins away from claiming their fifth state championship title. The next team in their way is the undefeated Leroy Bears.
Discover Jackson: Tasting the Top 3 Must-Try Burgers
In this article, we're exploring three delectable burgers found in Jackson. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of them? If you have, we'd love to hear from you! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Thanksgiving Day wrecks claim two lives in west Alabama
(WTOK) - The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency reports two fatal crashes happened in west Alabama Nov. 23. A two-vehicle wreck around 8:15 p.m., on Hwy. 11 two miles east of Boligee, claimed the life of Debbie A. Taylor, 55, of Eutaw, Ala. ALEA said Taylor’s Camry was struck by a RAV4 driven by Trenton J. Hughes, 26, of Livingston, Ala.
Jachin, Alabama: An Emblem of Southern Heritage and History
In the verdant expanses of Choctaw County, Alabama, the small community of Jachin stands as a beacon of the past, its rich tapestry woven from the early 1800s. Jachin, with a name symbolizing establishment in biblical terms, represents the steadfastness of the American spirit. The legacy of the indigenous Choctaw and the remnants of cotton plantations offer a silent testimony to the community's origins and challenges.
First Alert: Freeze Warning in place for Choctaw County
MERIDIAN, Miss. (WTOK) -Happy Taco Tuesday! It was another cold start to the morning, but not the coldest we are expecting this week. Overnight lows are bottoming out in the upper 20s tonight bringing a Freeze Warning for Choctaw County, Ala., between 12am-7am Wednesday morning. So far, Choctaw County is the only one in our viewing area under this warning, but that could change as night falls.
This Place in Butler Offers a Taste of Authentic Southern Cuisine with Its Legendary Catfish Dinner
I went to Ezell's Fish Camp in Butler and it's famous for its delicious Southern food. The place has a cozy and rustic vibe. Customers love the cozy atmosphere and delicious seafood at this place. The catfish dinner is a popular choice on the menu. This dish is loved by regulars and highly recommended for visitors. I tried Ezell's famous catfish dinner.
Parole denied for Dumas
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles scheduled 70 parole hearings and 28 pardon hearings for the week of Nov. 14 – Nov. 16. The parole hearing for Marengo County inmate Frederick Larnell Dumas was held Nov. 14. Dumas is serving time for a 2008 conviction and is incarcerated at the Fountain Correctional Center in […] The post Parole denied for Dumas appeared first on The Demopolis Times.
Bulldogs fall to Leroy in quarterfinals
By Haley Mitchell Godwin In a Nov. 24 clash between two gridiron giants, the Brantley Bulldogs faced a tough defeat against the defending Class 1A state champions, the Leroy Bears. The Bulldogs fell short and ended their season as Leroy emerged victorious from the high-stakes AHSAA 1A quarterfinal with a score of 40-18. Head Coach […] The post Bulldogs fall to Leroy in quarterfinals appeared first on Luverne Journal.