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Perry County jury returns $1.4M verdict for injuries received in 2017 traffic accident

A Perry County jury returned a $1.375 million verdict for two men injured in a 2017 car accident on Highway 80. Attorneys representing Eddie Harris and DeAndre Langhorne said the two were rear ended in a work truck in Uniontown while stopped on U.S. Highway 80 to make a left-hand turn on June 8, 2017. Harris had neck surgery to repair two herniated discs. He was scheduled for a second surgery at the time of trial. Langhorne suffered injuries to his neck and back and had sought treatment for both.
PERRY COUNTY, AL
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greensborowatchman.com

Hale County Hospital’s: Hospital Corner

The beginning of August marks the start of National Immunization Awareness Month. Immunization is one of the safest ways for you to protect your health and to help protect the health of your children by ensuring they have up-todate vaccines for their age group. Vaccines can help prevent very serious diseases and are based on your age, health condition, job, lifestyle, and travel habits. Scientific advances have allowed single vaccines to protect your children from many diseases with a fewer amount of antigens. Everyday, children are exposed to thousands of germs through their interactions with the environment and babies are born with immune systems that can fight a lot of these germs! But sometimes, they may come in contact with more serious diseases that their bodies are not prepared to handle and a single vaccine early on can help protect their immune system.
HALE COUNTY, AL
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The West Alabama Watchman

Spirited assembly starts DCS school year

Students in Demopolis City Schools may return to classes Monday, but teachers have been preparing for the first day of school. That was never more evident than the assembly of all DCS employees Wednesday in the Demopolis High School auditorium. Excited educators and staff greeted each other with hugs and waves as upbeat music played in the background.
DEMOPOLIS, AL
WALA-TV FOX10

‘You made a very bad decision’ – judge sentences man for scuffle with Thomasville cops

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A federal judge on Friday sentenced a Thomasville man to more than eight years in prison for a scuffle involving two police officers last year. Derrius Donae Griffin, 30, pleaded guilty in April to two counts of assaulting, resisting or impeding federal law enforcement officers. Both of the officers from the June 19, 2021, incident were assigned to the U.S. Marshals Service Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force.
THOMASVILLE, AL
NEARBY CITIES
greensborowatchman.com

HERO properties may be sold at auction

‘Not a move of desperation,’ says listing agent—’can help maximize return’. One of the listing agents leading the sale of a dozen Greensboro properties owned by the nonprofit organization HERO says an auction may be in store for the real estate portfolio. Beau Box Commercial Realty, which...
GREENSBORO, AL
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