The city’s Veterans Tribute Committee has decided that, in consideration of the continued COVID-19 precautions, a parade will not take place, but committee members are moving ahead with plans for the 6 p.m. ceremony.
National prescription drug take back day is Oct. 24, so now would be a good time to clean out your medicine cabinet.It is important to avoid throwing expired, unused, or no longer needed medications in your trash can at home. They need to be disposed of properly.
A new business is coming to Dothan that specializes in pampering our furry friends. Wags n Whiskers of the Wiregrass has been a year long planning process and will open to the public on Monday, Oct. 26.
he election is 20 days away and voters are thinking of their election day plans, but for some voters it is a challenge to get to the polls.To ease that challenge, the League of Women voters of Southeast Alabama received a Lyft grant to provide free rides for voters in the city of Dothan.
Winter is on its way and our coats will be a necessity when leaving our homes, but not everyone has that option. That’s why one non-profit is partnering with a local business to help provide a coat for someone in need this season.
The Salvation Army in Dothan began their in-person Angel Tree appointments on Monday, Oct. 12. Although the process is different this year due to COVID-19, the organization is on a mission to rescue Christmas.
Individuals in Houston County are going door to door with blank applications for absentee ballots, pressing voters to sign and getting a copy of their drivers licenses. This is not the protocol. Circuit clerk Carla Woodall shares their concern.