facebook

Breaking News from Thomasville

Find the latest Thomasville News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.

Sports | www.southalabamian.com | The South Alabamian

Undefeated heavyweight boxer Robert Alfonso (16-0) will spar heavyweights from Germany and France as part of Skyy South's Grand Reopening Saturday, Aug. 18th, at 1 p.m.More...

SOUTHALABAMIAN.COM - 2018-08-16 00:00:00

News | www.southalabamian.com | The South Alabamian

By Shannon CouringtonThe South Alabamian“Until today, I’d have advised you not to pay at the pump, but to go inside and pay.More...

SOUTHALABAMIAN.COM

Police reports for August 13

Duty upon striking fixtures upon a highway, fleeing/attempting to elude officer, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a pistol by a drunk/addict were reported in Auburn on Aug. 10.

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS

F.A.I.T.H. Groceries giving food to those in need

BUTLER, Ala. (WTOK) -F.A.I.T.H. Groceries in Butler is trying to make sure that nobody in Choctaw County goes hungry.“One of the ways that we work towards solving hunger in Choctaw County is we try to identify the residents that are experiencing the problems,” says Phyllis Fulcher, the compassion ca

WTOK-TV - 2018-08-15 13:46:00

Missing woman’s car found - The Atmore Advance

ECSO Chief Deputy Mike Lambert said that it’s an Escambia County case, but that Saunders was reportedly last seen in a Love’s Truck Stop in Evergreen, which is on Exit 93 on I-65.

ATMORE ADVANCE - 2018-08-15 05:04:25

When did Trump become a racist? | East Texas Review

Raynard Jackson says that Black folks like Rev. Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and Oprah Winfrey, who now want to brand Trump as a racist, didn’t seem to mind associating with the “Apprentice” star when he just owned casinos and restaurants.

EASTTEXASREVIEW.COM - 2018-08-15 14:03:37

CCS hosts college readiness event for students - The Clanton Advertiser

“A lot of our parents and students have a lot of misinformation about applying for college, financial aid, the difference between a community college and a four-year university,” career coach Kim Benson said.

CLANTON ADVERTISER - 2018-08-15 19:07:51

Local Tex-Mex restaurant to close its doors Sunday

Buy NowTuco’s restaurant, located near the intersection of Ogletree Road and Moores Mill Road in Auburn, will be closing its doors on Aug. 12 to begin renovations to later be reopened as Hamilton’s on Ogletree.Emily Enfinger/eenfinger@oanow.com

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS

Despite 'distraction,' Bellefonte project pushes forward

Still, that dark cloud is there - lingering over a project that's been in the works for almost 50 years, promising jobs and opportunity to a rural region of the state that needs it.

AL.COM - 2018-08-15 06:05:00

Bid Day Dudes: Greek male counterparts lend support, flowers to sorority pledges at Alabama

The University of Alabama's annual sorority Bid Day is an absolute spectacle that attracts a sea of onlookers, including friends, family and fraternity counterparts lending support and red roses to welcome the new pledges to the Capstone.

AL.COM - 2018-08-15 12:45:00

Charles McClelland named SWAC commissioner

The SWAC Council of Presidents made the announcement. McClelland will become the sixth SWAC Commissioner in league history since the conference began in 1920.McClelland, who has served as the vice president of Intercollegiate Athletics at Texas Southern University since April of 2008 and the athleti

AL.COM

Firefighter, small-business owner announces city council candidacy

Firefighter, small-business owner Stephen “Kyle” Moseley has announced his candidacy for Auburn City Council, Ward 2. The seat is currently held by Ron Anders, who is seeking election as mayor.

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS

Position change re-opens recruiting for 3-star Jackson-Olin senior

Shades Valley's Desmond Trotter looks to throw against the pressure of Jackson-Olin's Jammal Abrams in Birmingham, Ala., Friday, Oct. 13, 2017. (Mark Almond/preps@al.com)

AL.COM - 2018-08-14 14:59:00

Council candidates talk Ward 8 issues

Buy NowMarlene Bowman, left, and Tommy Dawson, speak during the Ward 8 forum at the Auburn Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.Emily Enfinger/eenfinger@oanow.com

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - 2018-08-15 12:15:00

Frisco City’s Hawkins loves training to be wrestler - The Atmore Advance

Ever since she was a child, Brandy Hawkins’ dream was to be a wrestler.Hawkins is a student at the Dirty 30 Southern Heat Wrestling Sportatorium in Atmore.The Frisco City resident said she grew up watching WCW’s Monday Nitro and WWE’s Monday Night RAW with her grandfather, BJ Baccus.

ATMORE ADVANCE - 2018-08-15 05:02:27

Here's how Alabama school officials are keeping students safe

The intense focus on school safety comes in the wake of the tragic Valentine's Day shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where a former student killed 17 students and staff. Weeks later, on May 18, a student killed 10 students and staff at Santa Fe High School in Texas.

AL.COM

FORSYTH SWAT STANDOFF: SWAT on scene at townhome community; 911 caller says he's being held hostage

@JasonDurdenWSBis keeping a close eye from the sky on this developing SWAT situation in Forsyth County. Law enforcement has descended on a townhome, where earlier today a man claimed he was being held hostage.pic.twitter.com/ZBSITPXBZD— Michael Seiden (@SeidenWSBTV)August 14, 2018

WSB-TV ATLANTA - 2018-08-14 19:15:24

Meet Alabama's top 50 HS athletic programs

Which Alabama high schools have the best high school athletic programs? Niche, a website that grades high schools on everything from academics to diversity, has used its datato rank the 2019 Best High Schools in Alabama for athletes.Rankings are based on several factors, including student and parent

AL.COM

A-List No. 12: Hard work pays off for Clemson LB commit Vonta Bentley

"We do a lot of community service, just trying to give back to the community," Bentley said. "This is where I'm from. It's my city. It shows I'm there for them and want to give back."

AL.COM

Police: 6-year-old hit by car in DeKalb County

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga.- A 6-year-old boy is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle in DeKalb County.Police say the driver has remained on scene after the accident.Officials have not yet released the identity of the child or the driver.This is a breaking news story. We will be updating this s

FOX5ATLANTA.COM - 2018-08-14 20:26:00