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Spending a Century dispute

At the Century council meeting Jan. 13, Councilwoman Ann Brooks questioned Century Mayor Henry Hawkins about invoices totaling close to $2,000 for airline tickets he submitted for payment by the town...

 

Century mayor questions bill, Nickles clarifies

Century Town Planner Debbie Nickles was asked by Century Mayor Henry Hawkins to explain charges totaling $1,500 she had submitted to the town at Century's last council meeting on Jan. 13. “I got...

 

Century wins game; sets fish fry

The Century Heat youth basketball team is gearing up for a fish fry from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Friday, Jan. 18, at Nadine McCaw Park in Century to raise money for equipment following Tuesday's win...

 

Century offered second natural gas supply

Although no action was taken on the item, Florida Gas Utility (FGU) General Manager and CEO Tom Geoffries presented to the council an opportunity through Peninsula Pipeline Company to save money on na...

 

Century man charged in felony grand theft

A Century man who ran from authorities trying to serve a warrant for battery Dec. 26 faces felony vehicular grand theft charges after authorities discovered a trailer reported stolen Nov. 5 was...

 

Drug charge for Century man

A Century man is facing felony drug charges after deputies made contact with the him about a cracked windshield on the car he was driving and discovered his license had been suspended in 2014 and a...

 

Head-on collision injures two

A head-on collision Wednesday night in Bratt close to 8 p.m. left an Atmore man and a Brewton woman in the hospital. Justin Elliot, 19, of Atmore was traveling in a northerly direction on County Road...

 

Council members indicted

Three Century council members, Sandra McMurray Jackson, Ann Cofield Brooks and Luis Gomez, Jr., have been charged with noncriminal violations of the Florida Government in the Sunshine Law. The...

 

Jay seeking town input

The Town of Jay is hosting an Economic Development Open House on Monday, Jan. 28, at the Linda Carden Community Center. There will be three sessions scheduled, with the morning session from 7 a.m. to...

 

SAIL into Flomaton for food, fellowship

Flomaton Community Center on McCurdy Street is home to the Senior Adult Independent Living (SAIL) Program where seniors can eat a hot daily and participate in games, exercise and other activities...

 

ECAT now local in Century

Century residents will have on demand public transportation beginning Feb. 20 following a presentation by the Escambia County Transit Authority (ECAT) at Monday night's meeting. Tonya Ellis and Linda...

 

Century chamber gears up for run

Runners in and around the Century area lace up your running shoes and get ready for the first annual Century Cross Country Classic, a 5K Run, 5K Walk and Fun Run (free) fundraiser, hosted by Matt and...

 

The Life and Times Ernest Lloyd Barrow

Story and photos by Gretchen McPherson Staff Writer Chosen by the Century Chamber of Commerce as the Outstanding Citizen of the Year for 2008-2009, 90-year-old Century resident Ernest Lloyd Barrow...

 

School scores improve countywide

The State of Alabama released the its state report card results last Thursday for all school systems, and according to the Alabama State Department of Education website, Escambia County (Ala.)...

 

School board recognizes members, coaches

At the Dec. 20 meeting of the Escambia County (Ala.) Board of Education, School Superintendent John Knott gave board members an update on the W.S. Neal High School auditorium and field house...

 

Santa, bikers deliver Toyz

Although the weather was cold and rainy, the 18th Annual Toyz for Kidz Ride on Saturday, Dec. 8, brought gifts from Santa to about 65 kids from 16 local families, one that included 12 children. The...

 

Council questions food, airline bills

Century Council President Ann Brooks questioned several charges that were on the bill list to paid by the town at Monday night's meeting, included several airline ticket purchases and restaurant...

 

Atmore man collides with train

An Atmore man who failed to stop at a train crossing in Cantonment last Thursday and struck a train landed in the hospital and faces charges of failure to obey railroad crossing traffic control...

 

Jay council OKs electronic pay

Jay and area residents will have the convenience of paying their water, sewer and gas bills with an electronic check or by credit card online for a small fee, following discussion at Monday night's...

 

Body found in shallow grave in Jay

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office began a non-stop weekend search following the discovery Sunday of a shallow grave in the wooded area of 7796 Highway 4 in Jay, Fla. Authorities received...

 

The Jay Christmas Parade

Armed with umbrellas and blankets, Jay area residents came out last Saturday morning to kick off the Holiday season and get a glimpse of Santa. The cold, wind and rain did not keep the warm smiles...

 

Century's Tree Lighting Nadine McCaw Park

Century area residents gathered at Nadine McCaw Park last Friday night to kick off the Christmas season with the annual Christmas Tree Lighting. The Byrneville Elementary School Chorus sang Christmas...

 

Missing documents prompt investigation

Century Town Hall is under investigation following allegations that several documents and/or audio recordings from several council meetings were missing, according to Escambia County Sheriff's...

 

Century may receive $23K

The town of Century stands to receive as much as $23,100 after the council approved three amendments to resolutions at its Monday, Nov. 19 meeting. Three resolutions on behalf of Capital Trust...

 

One dead after prison stabbing

The Alabama Department of Corrections is investigating the fatal stabbing of an inmate at William C. Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore on Sunday, Dec. 2, according to an ADOC news release....

 

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