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Varner resigns as superintendent of Brewton City Schools

It was standing room only Thursday afternoon at the Brewton City Board of Education’s special called meeting that ...

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Eagles break, set records; bring home runner-up trophy

Not since 1971 have the W.S. Neal Eagles seen a state runner-up title for the East Brewton School ...

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Judge dismisses all journalist, BOE cases

The Alabama Attorney General filed motions to dismiss the cases against two local journalists, a board of education ...

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Burnham Pizza Company opens downtown on Friday

A long-time dream will be coming true on Friday evening for Tony Burnham. Burnham Pizza Company, located on ...

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New court date set in BOE, journalists cases

Retired 19th Circuit Judge Ben Fuller set a new hearing date to address motions to dismiss in the ...

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Tornado Watch added to severe weather day Wednesday

The National Weather Service in Mobile has added a Tornado Watch for the area in connection with severe ...

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Wednesday’s severe weather timing changes for area

The National Weather Service in Mobile has continued to update information concerning a severe weather event set for ...

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Joint effort brings new internet option

Dragonfly Internet and Alabama Power have joined forces to usher high-speed Internet into Escambia County to significantly enhance ...

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County turns blue: Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month

More than 100 forensic interviews have been conducted by staff of the Escambia Regional Child Advocacy Center in ...

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Hines gets ‘key to city’ at retirement

After serving as the City of Brewton’s attorney for 19 years, Ed Hines is retiring from the position. ...

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