Friday, August 14, 2020

Safe Drinking Water a Priority For Alabamians

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Drinking water safety is a real concern for many with questionable local water supply. A 2019 Gallup poll indicated 83 percent...

Identifying Potential Tree Hazards in Your Backyard

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. —Trees are a coveted asset in the yard—that is until the trees present a hazard. Recognizing these potential tree hazards in...

Pruning Tomatoes Can Make a Difference

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Tomatoes are a southern garden staple. Many gardeners are always looking for ways to grow a bigger, better tomato. While pruning tomatoes...

A March on Main Street: Seeking Change Through the Ballot Box

Saturday morning, June 27, a crowd gathered in the Piggly Wiggly parking lot in Brent at 11:00 a.m. as they prepared for a long...

Walking Like a CHAMPION

Calling all walking clubs and individuals that have a desire to start walking! The Walking Like a CHAMPION campaign is an ongoing statewide campaign that encourages...

Dispelling Rumors Regarding Confederate Statue Removal

A rumor recently began circulating around town, fueled by a comment on a Facebook post, that some "businessmen" around town were planning to take...

Alabama Cottage Food Law Course

The Alabama Cottage Food Law went into effect in 2014 and provides guidance and information for cottage food entrepreneurs. The law states that individuals...

Get a Grip on Summer Garden Pests

June 8, 2020 Posted by: Katie Nichols in Lawn & Garden AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—An influx of garden pests is every gardener’s worst nightmare. Some pests can...

CENSUS: Be Counted, and Help The ‘Hard To Count’ Be Counted

Every 10 years the US Census Bureau conducts a nationwide census. This census counts every person living in the United States at a particular residence. Residents...
The City of Centreville recognized Officer Crocker's years of service as he enters retirement. (L-R: Centreille Police Chief Rodney Smith, Retired Officer Clyde Crocker, Mayor Terry Morton.)

A Kerfuffle in the Council Chamber

As city councils are beginning to meet in person again, Centreville followed suit and met Tuesday, June 2nd, in the City Hall Council Chamber....

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