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Son charged in law office fire, attempted home fire - The Brewton Standard

On June 17, around 3 p.m., Brewton Police Chief Monte McGougin said the Brewton Fire Department and the Brewton PD responded to a structure fire at the law office of Billy Earl Cook located at 123 St. Joseph Avenue in downtown Brewton.

BREWTON STANDARD - 2018-06-22 17:16:02

Walnut Hill, Fla. woman arrested in connection to June 3 double shooting - The Atmore Advance

A Walnut Hill, Fla. woman was arrested Friday morning in connection with a June 3 double shooting in her home, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office (Fla.).Jessica N. Thomas, 30, has been charged with accessory after the fact to murder and accessory after the fact to attempted murder for

ATMORE ADVANCE - 2018-06-22 19:41:07

Covington County man found burned to death in his yard

Just before 4 a.m. Wednesday, deputies with the Covington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call on Brooklyn Road, west of Andalusia, where a burned vehicle was found with a body partially inside.

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2018-06-21 17:11:00

Man shoots at car - The Atmore Advance

Sharp of Atmore charged with 3 counts of attempted murderAn Atmore man is in jail on attempted murder charges after allegedly shooting into an occupied vehicle on June 14, according to police officials.Atmore Police Chief Chuck Brooks said in a release that Labrandon Sharp, of Atmore, turned himself


Fires damage home, law firm - The Brewton Standard

“Thankful for whoever seen and called this fire in,” said Brewton Fire Chief Jeff Salter. “Second, I’m very proud of my guys for the job they did and their quick response. Third, thank you East Brewton, McCall and Appleton for the help. If this fire would have happened at 2 a.m. there’s no doubt dow


Atmore Man Charged With Three Counts Of Attempted Murder

Labrandon Sharp, 34, was charged with three counts of attempted murder and shooting into an occupied vehicle.


People | www.southalabamian.com | The South Alabamian

The Salitpa community hosted its second “Salitpa Day” at the Old Lock One Park Saturday. A large crowd turned out for fun, fellowship and good food. At left,Alabama A & M University alumni and supporters were promoting their school.More...


Gospel sing to benefit shooting victim

The benefit show is set to begin at 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 30, at Empowerment Tabernacle, located along Peachtree Street in Atmore. Admission is free, but donations from each person who attends is encouraged and will be appreciated.


Looking Back: Summer of 1998 was an interesting time - The Atmore Advance

The summer of 1998 had some interesting things happening.Just 20 years ago was when engineers had come to Northview High School to take soil samples to check for contamination. Looking through several weeks, I can’t seem to find something telling me what happened with the samples. Did they find anyt


Was ‘beat-down’ staged?

The mother of an Escambia County High School student is seeking criminal action against several other students who allegedly launched a brutal attack against her son on May 25, the last day of the 2017-18 school term, but authorities believe the incident might have been a staged prank that backfired


Kids enjoy rootin’, tootin’ cowboy show at library

Bruce and Vernelle Brannen of Pike Road have presented their 2B Ranch Wild West Show at the local library several times in the past, but the audience’s interest in the cowboy show hasn’t seemed to wane. In fact, former competitive trick-roper Bruce Brannen all but guaranteed audience members that th


Johnson takes helm at WBZR

Larry White, one of three principals in Tri-County Broadcasting, recounted this week how the eventual hiring of Phil Johnson, a well-known personality in Atmore, to help run the station came about.


Brewton native Floyd signs with UM - The Brewton Standard

With his hard work at Coastal he now gets another opportunity to continue to play the game he loves. Floyd has signed to play baseball with the University of Mobile. “I love baseball for it has been a big part of my life as a kid, and it’s a blessing to continue to play the game, Floyd said.


STAYING IN THE HUNT - The Atmore Advance

Flomaton 10Us force winner-take-all game at district tourneyFlomaton’s 10U Cal Ripken All-Stars forced a winner-take-all game with Jay, Fla. after winning a close 10-8 contest on Monday during the District 7 tournament in Atmore.Braden Nall pitched the closing inning and got some needed insurance wi


4:45 p.m. update: Cause of fire undetermined - The Brewton Standard

Updated at 4:43 p.m.The Brewton Fire Department is unsure of the cause of a fire that began in the law offices of Billy Earl Cook Sunday afternoon and threatened adjacent buildings on the downtown boardwalk.As firefighters from both Brewton and McCall worked to contain the blaze, Belleville Avenue w


Firefighters battling boardwalk blaze - The Brewton Standard

A host of firefighters are on the scene in downtown Brewton where the law offices of Billy Earl Cook are on fire.As firefighters work to contain the blaze, Belleville Avenue is blocked from the courthouse to the Bank of Brewton.The Brewton Standardis on the scene, and will continue to update this st


Bay Minette Police seek robbery and assault suspect named Beer

Williams has active warrants for his arrest for Robbery 1st, Assault 1st, and Assault 2nd. Williams is wanted in connection with a robbery and the shooting of two individuals at a residence located on Jacobee Court in Bay Minette Al on June 15th. Williams should be considered armed and dangerous.


Two shot in Bay Minette robbery

BAY MINETTE, Ala. (WKRG) - Two people were shot during a robbery in Bay Minette on Friday, June 15, according to Bay Minette Police.


Bay Minette warns residents about rising number of wild foxes

The warning,shared on Facebook on Tuesday, follows two confirmed cases of rabid foxes in Fairhope.


Former Minnesota safety Kendarian Handy-Holly will transfer to Auburn

The Jackson, Ala., native announced his intention to transfer earlier this spring in hopes of returning closer to home. Minnesota granted Handy-Holly full release, and he decided last week his next step is to play safety for Auburn. He and his family are on Auburn’s campus Thursday watching the Tige