Hutcheson gets high recognition at Auburn

Hutcheson gets high recognition at Auburn

Christy Hutcheson, LBW Community College English faculty, received the highest recognition for the best PhD-level essay in Auburn University’s English Department, presented at a recent ... Read more

Latest news

GMS begins NEHS chapter

Greenville Middle School has established a chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) to recognize their most outstanding students. School officials were notified in ... Read more

  1. McKenzie’s Kids Fest set for May 21
  2. GHS grad to retire from Army
  3. Lightning strike temporarily closes store

The Latest

No new clues in search for teen

Authorities are still searching for a missing Highland Home teenager. Myra Alissia Freeman, 18, went missing around 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015, from ... Read more

Stephenson, Advocate presented Spirit of Greenville Award

Stephenson, Advocate presented Spirit of Greenville Award

On Thursday, the Rotary Club of Greenville presented Allen Stephenson and The Greenville Advocate with its Spirit of Greenville Award. Read more

Macon County men arrested for shoplifting, vehicle break-in

A pair of Macon County men face multiple charges after they allegedly broke into a vehicle in the Walmart parking lot after shoplifting from the ... Read more

Teens, adult arrested after brawl at park

Teens, adult arrested after brawl at park

Four teenagers and a 34-year-old Greenville woman have been arrested following a fight at a local park. Read more

Council OKs repairs to historic theater

Council OKs repairs to historic theater

Greenville’s historic Ritz Theatre is getting a new roof. On Monday, the Greenville City Council approved a $46,900 payment to Southern Roofing Company for the ... Read more

  1. Students vying for Achiever Award
  2. Local bank, students take part in annual Legislative Day
  3. Report highlights county’s economic growth
  4. Peagler recognized by ASU
  5. LBWCC Ensemble to perform April 29
  6. Raccoon becomes second case of rabies in county in 2016
  7. Matthews honored by U of A
  8. POTR draws standing-room only crowd
  9. Special Olympics postponed due to rain
  10. Bright Beginnings receives $5,000 grant
  11. Locals inducted into honor society
  12. Tuition to increase at LBW
  13. LBW nursing program switching to concept-based curriculum
  14. GHS seniors sign band scholarships with ASU
  15. Creativity on display at annual luncheon
  16. Locals taking part in art show
  17. Special Olympics set for Friday
  18. Law enforcement officials concerned with new class of felony
  19. LBWCC wins PTK awards
  20. Pets to take over park
  21. Students get ‘CERTified’ by county EMA
  22. Georgiana native to study abroad
  23. County’s jobless rate dips
  24. Krudop recognized by PTK


FDA looking to rebuild during spring training

FDA looking to rebuild during spring training

It’s business as usual on the field at Fort Dale Academy as the Eagles prepare for the impending fall with spring training. FDA head football ... Read more

  1. McKenzie keeps it simple for spring training
  2. Blacksher bounces McKenzie from playoff contention
  3. McKenzie’s Pugh signs to Huntingdon


Gorum, Smith to wed May 7

Gorum, Smith to wed May 7

Mr. and Mrs. David Gorum of Evergreen announce the engagement of their daughter, Delana Gorum, to Ryan Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Smith ... Read more

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School system becoming true bright spot in community

Butler County should be proud. On Friday, Alabama State Department of Education Superintendent Tommy Bice, along with some of his staff members, toured the Butler ... Read more

Columns & Opinions

Diaper changing gone very, very wrong

I think most folks would agree that there are just some things that mom is better ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

‘Caring’ Walmart employee comes to rescue of reader during storm

Dear Editor,   On July 23, I was in the local Walmart when it started thundering. Hoping to get back to my car before the ... Read more

Community Columnists

Accept no substitute

Have you have ever bought ''generic'' products? Many of us do. Read more