2 crashes in city Monday

2 crashes in city Monday

First responders were kept busy Monday afternoon, as they were called out to two crashes that involved overturned vehicles. 1 hurt after truck skids off ... Read more

Latest news

Former TRM band director charged, confesses to sex with student

The former T.R. Miller teacher arrested Wednesday for an alleged sexual relationship with a student has allegedly confessed and is back in Brewton, and new ... Read more

  1. Man gets life in prison for rape
  2. Parish Grill brings Cajun style to city
  3. Man gets 15 years for manslaughter

The Latest

Christmas parade theme chosen; ‘Taste’ is next month

Christmas parade theme chosen; ‘Taste’ is next month

The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that the theme for the 2014 Twilight Christmas Parade will be “The Toys of Christmas.” Participants are ... Read more

Bay Minette woman killed in crash near Poarch

A Bay Minette woman was killed Thursday morning near Poarch, according to a report from the Alabama State Troopers. According to Trooper Curtis Summerville, 49-year-old ... Read more

Perdido River Farms earns state environmental award

Perdido River Farms earns state environmental award

Perdido River Farms (PRF) of Atmore was recognized as the 2014 State Environmental Stewardship Award winner by the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association (ACA) at the fall ... Read more

Rep. Byrne tours ACH

Rep. Byrne tours ACH

U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne visited Atmore on Monday, where he toured Atmore Community Hospital and met with hospital board members and employees to ask them ... Read more

County to fund shelter through Aug. 30

The claws came out in a debate Monday over whether or not the Escambia County Commission should pay the Humane Society of Escambia County to ... Read more

  1. City to observe POW/MIA Day in September
  2. Atmore’s Taco Bell now open
  3. Byrne supports U.S. airstrikes in Iraq
  4. Humane Society shelter taking steps to close
  5. Walmart open for business
  6. Walmart opens Wednesday
  7. Business of the Month named
  8. City park to get new sign
  9. Market in the Park set for Saturday
  10. FNB&T pledges $8,500 to YMCA
  11. United Bank pledges $17K to YMCA
  12. County fishing lake re-opening Friday
  13. YMCA staying open
  14. Humane Society may close shelter
  15. Walmart hosting health fair Aug. 2
  16. RSTC to offer new programs in fall
  17. Robert Faircloth passes away
  18. Gulf Winds officially donates $10K to Y effort
  19. Extra ‘Market in the Park’ is Saturday
  20. YMCA to stay open till December
  21. YMCA needs $20K to stay open till December
  22. YMCA’s future discussed at forum
  23. County jail officer arrested
  24. Walmart opening 2 weeks away

Sports

EA coach pleased by Friday night’s scrimmage effort

EA coach pleased by Friday night’s scrimmage effort

Escambia Academy coach Hugh Fountain said his team enjoyed getting the chance to face a pair of talented opponents, during Friday night’s scrimmage at Glenwood ... Read more

  1. ECHS opens at Baldwin on Friday
  2. Linam named assistant coach at Huntingdon
  3. Chiefs get prepared

Lifestyles

Christmas parade theme chosen; ‘Taste’ is next month

Christmas parade theme chosen; ‘Taste’ is next month

The Atmore Area Chamber of Commerce has announced that the theme for the 2014 Twilight Christmas Parade will be “The Toys of Christmas.” Participants are ... Read more

‘We Care’ welcomes new leader

‘We Care’ welcomes new leader

The We Care Program is pleased to announce Don Metzler as its new president, according to a press release from the non-profit prison ministry organization. ... Read more

T.R. Miller student wins 2015 DYW

T.R. Miller student wins 2015 DYW

Saturday was a night filled with beauty and poise, as 10 lovely young ladies took to the stage at Jeff Davis Community College to vie ... Read more

Editorial

Support the kids in GECA!

This week will be a special time at the Greater Escambia Council for the Arts (GECA) theater, as more than 100 citizens come together to ... Read more

Columns

Where have all those old sayings gone?

What happened to those old time sayings we heard as youngsters? Sayings like “bus left,” “slow ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

Covenant Hospice appreciates area’s support

Dear Editor, A big thank you to everyone who came out and supported our Fifth Annual Crimson Tide vs. Tiger Pride Football Fever Tailgate Party ... Read more

Schools

ECHS band camp underway

“Go play outside” has recently taken on a different meaning for about 60 Escambia County Middle School and Escambia County High School students. Those 60 ... Read more

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