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Century man arrested for rape

A Century man is facing felony kidnapping and sexual battery charges after he allegedly pulled a female under the age of 18, walking along Highway 29, into nearby woods to assault and rob her....

 

Jay city council approves funds

The Jay Council voted Monday, Aug. 19, to approve to cash out a Certificate of Deposit (CD) to pay for work on the Livestock Market and to award the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) waterline...

 

Century man faces 15 years

A Century man who was arrested March 28 when officers executing a search warrant found suspected methamphetamine in bags on the floor when they secured him and floating in the toilet is facing 15...

 

Town passes wastewater inspection

The Town of Jay had its first annual wastewater inspection Tuesday for this year and passed with just a few changes required from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). Supervisor...

 

Man charged with theft

An Atmore man accused of swapping 10 authentic $50 bills for 10 counterfeit $50 bills in the purchase of a car in June was arrested Aug. 20. Matthew Cody Blair, 28, 247 Williams Lane, agreed to meet...

 

Byrd is retiring after 40 years in education

There will be a new face at Pensacola State College (PSC) in Century this fall as Director Paula Byrd is retiring. Serving as director of PSC's Century campus since its opening in January 2012, Byrd...

 

Century sells Gulf Power easement

The Century Council approved a right-of-way easement to Gulf Power to run natural gas at a location on Tedder Road west of the Century Correctional Institute work camp. According to Town Manager Buz...

 

School board sets FY 19-20 budget hearings

Last Thursday, Escambia County (Ala.) Board of Education members were shown the social media connection that keeps the community in touch with what is going on in the schools and approved two agenda...

 

Plane goes down along river bank

A Pensacola man remains in the intensive care unit at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola following an airplane crash Tuesday afternoon when the plane hit two power lines crossing the Escambia River...

 

Atmore doctor arrested for domestic assault

An Atmore doctor who lives in Molino was arrested July 25 and charged with two felony counts of battery when law enforcement responded to a disturbance complaint and found a physical altercation takin...

 

Century OKs hiring of gas consultant

The Century Town Council approved Town Consultant Buzz Eddy's recommendation to pay one natural gas consultant $4,750 and the other consultant $35 an hour to assess and evaluate four gas meters at...

 

Byrne holds Town Hall in Atmore

Congressman Bradley Byrne paid a visit to Atmore Town Hall Monday to answer questions and discuss issues with area residents....

 

Jay council tables building request

The Jay Town Council tabled a request at their Monday, August 5 meeting from Josh Kennett with the King's Harvest Food Pantry for approval to place a portable building about 16 foot by 60 foot on...

 

DUI charge, no injuries result of crash

A head-on collision shortly after 11 a.m. on Old Foshee Road in Flomaton last Thursday morning, Aug. 8, left two Flomaton residents uninjured and resulted in a DUI charge for one driver. Travis Bell,...

 

Jay council hears project updates, request

Although no action was taken, the Jay Town Council heard updates at its Aug. 5 meeting on town projects from Operations Manager Eric Seib and a request to remove a tree in the Jay Business Complex. Sa...

 

Jay residence catches fire

Multiple fire departments and emergency agencies responded to a 911 call about a structure fire round 4:30 a.m. last Monday morning in Jay. According to Jay Fire Department Fire Chief Tony Simmons,...

 

JAY HIGH SCHOOL BAND CAMP 2019

The 2019-2020 Jay High School marching band kicked off practice last week. With practices in the morning and afternoon five days a week, Troy State University graduate and Band Director Connie Wilkes...

 

Stolen truck, drugs lead to arrest

A Brewton man was arrested July 27 and charged with possession of a controlled substance and dealing in stolen property after law enforcement discovered narcotics in the vehicle he occupied and a...

 

Turtle Point has new director this year

Visitors at Turtle Point Science Center in Flomaton on Highway 31 will see a new face this year as Director Sierra Stiles joins the Escambia County (Ala.) School System, filling the shoes of former...

 

Grant will remove tank

Monday night, the Century council approved Town planner Debbie Nickles' request for the Escambia County (Fla.) School System to give a right-of-way site access agreement on Hecker Road at Pensacola...

 

Jay moves projects forward

Monday night, the Jay Council heard updates on projects the town currently has and unanimously approved a legal services agreement required by the USDA, a loan to cover 10 percent of the water...

 

Pancake supper set Aug. 19

The Flomaton Lions Club will host a pancake supper from 5 to 7 p.m., Monday, August 19, at the Flomaton Community Center, located on McCurdy Street in Flomaton. Tickets are available at the door for...

 

Century transfers funds to cover gas

At an emergency meeting of the Century council Monday night, the council approved to transfer $65,000 from the water department with the authority to transfer up to $15,000 each month for August and...

 

Jay eyeing funding for water upgrades

The Jay council held a public meeting last Thursday, July 25, to in form residents of the status of a grant application with the USDA Rural Development Program and how the town is addressing the...

 

Jay school sees change

Jay Elementary School is currently undergoing renovations that include the addition of six new classrooms and the demolition of an old building that hold many fond memories for many students to make w...

 

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