The Scottsboro City Council did not meet Monday evening, but it will hold a special called meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 5 p.m. at Scottsboro City Hall.
Edmiston and Edmiston Law Office is hosting a mock murder trail Friday, Oct. 18. The murder trial of Evonne Meeks will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Courtroom 1 at the Jackson County Courthouse.
High school freshmen from all Jackson County schools and Scottsboro High School learned about many career opportunities at the ninth annual Career Exploration Opportunities (CEO) expo Thursday.
State Sen. Steve Livingston is backing Bradley Byrne in his race for the U.S. Senate. This week, Byrne announced the launch of his Grassroots Leadership Team, becoming the first Senate candidate to release an all 67 county leadership team.
The race for the Republican nomination in the 2020 election is underway. In Jackson County, GOP voters will vote for District Judge, Circuit Judge, Revenue Commissioner, two seats on the county commission, county school superintendent and two seats on the county school board.
Jackson County Engineer Jonathan Campbell received the geotechnical report for County Road 17, and he presented findings and potential solutions to the Jackson County Commission at its work session Monday afternoon.
The Jackson County Legislative Delegation and the Jackson County Commission hosted a public meeting together Monday evening regarding the current state of the county. The two parties are still at odds over potential solutions to the county’s financial problems.
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It’s never too early to being preparing for the future. On Thursday, Oct. 9, ninth graders from every school in Jackson County will attend the Career Exploration Opportunities (CE0) Expo, held at the Jackson County Fairgrounds.
The 5th Annual Scottsboro BBQ Festival will be held on the Downtown Square on Saturday, Oct. 12. This year’s event will feature some of the original activities, but there have been several new events added in 2019.
The Jackson County Commission held a short meeting Monday afternoon. The commission approved its budget, made board appointments and finished up some old business at the meeting.
The Paint Rock Volunteer Fire Department is receiving a $39,700 and a $35,300 grant to purchase a newer fire truck and equipment.
The Jackson County Legislative Delegation will host a public meeting with the Jackson County Commission on Monday, Oct. 7 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Scottsboro High School Auditorium.
See You At The Pole is an annual student led day of prayer that gives students of all ages an opportunity to join together. They meet at their school’s flagpole and pray for their school, nation, community, and each other.
Roger Jones and Ann Cornelius were sworn in as school resource officers Wednesday morning at Scottsboro City Hall. Jones, who spent 33 years on the Scottsboro police force, will be the school resource officer at Nelson Elementary School.
History teachers from the Scottsboro City and Jackson County School Systems are collaborating with Larry Becker to provide educational information at the park.
The Jackson County Courthouse Security Committee is holding a meeting next Monday, Sept. 30 at 5 p.m. The public will not be allowed to attend the meeting.
The up and coming Bridgeport Community has landed another major community development project due to the massive momentum their economy has witnessed, in light of Google’s newly established presence.
A new business has moved into the Scottsboro Municipal Airport, and the owners are looking forward to growing and helping the area grow as well.
The TVA STEM Classroom Grant Program sponsored by the Tennessee Valley Authority and Bicentennial Volunteers Incorporated, a TVA retiree organization, is now open for applications.
The Scottsboro City Council designated Cecil Street as a truck route at a meeting in August, and residents of the street are asking the council to reconsider.
Jackson County Sentinel managing editor DeWayne Patterson has been named the newspaper’s new editor and publisher, Sentinel owner Patrick Graham announced today.
The 26th annual Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride kicks off this weekend in Bridgeport. The kickoff party in downtown Bridgeport starts at noon on Friday, Sept. 20.
The Scottsboro City Council held a dual session Monday evening. The council discussed and voted on several items including refinancing bonds, resolutions and gave an update on the recycling program.
Registration is now underway for the 26th annual Industry Appreciation Day, including a golf tournament and dinner, to be held at Goose Pond Colony Lake Course on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 12 noon.
The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics and Interdiction team assisted with the seizure of 24 pounds of methamphetamine last week that resulted in the arrest of a Scottsboro man.
The city of Scottsboro’s residential curbside recycling program will resume service beginning Monday, Sept. 9, with cardboard and plastic products. The recycling program has been suspended since Jan. 7.
Probate Judge Victor Manning said Alabama’s new marriage law, which went into effect Aug. 29, eliminates the process of obtaining a marriage license and also eliminates the requirement of a wedding ceremony.